Dubai achieves another milestone in healthcare with the launch of state-of-the-art cosmetic surgery

NMC Healthcare has launched its new CosmeSurge Hospital in Jumeirah. The facility, completed in December 2019, specialises in providing cosmetic surgeries, and is located near the iconic Burj Al Arab. This will be the 17th branch of the CosmeSurge brand of facilities.

The launch coincides with all the significant measures currently undertaken by Dubai towards bringing life back to normalcy, including the issuance of tourist visas which came into effect today.

The event attended by Michael Davis, NMC Health's CEO, along with Saeeda Jaffar, Managing Director of Alvarez & Marsal Middle East Limited; Clancey Po, NMC Health's Director of Corporate Operations Strategy; Dr Zuhair Al Fardan, Emirates Plastic Surgery Society president, and Caroline Stanbury, influencer and reality TV star.

Speaking on the occasion, Davis said, "CosmeSurge takes pride in delivering the greatest level of clinical care through our experienced team of specialist consultants, doctors, nurses, and technicians. CosmeSurge adopts the highest international standards for quality, safety, and privacy in carrying out cosmetic surgery and aesthetics procedures and we will be particularly diligent in ensuring patient safety as we begin to treat patients in our post-Covid environment. Patients will no longer be required to travel to the West for state-of-the-art treatment, as we bring the expertise of Beverly Hills to our patients here in Dubai."

The Dh65 million hospital will cater to the increasing demand of cosmetic surgeries among residents and shall bolster medical tourism across the region, thus enhancing the image of Jumeirah Dubai as the hub of wellness tourism.

Dr Marwan al Mulla, CEO of Health Regulation Sector said, "With a strong emphasis on world class healthcare and medical expertise, Dubai attracts health tourism from around the world. Courtesy its well-regulated environment, the emirate also boasts of talented professionals from across the globe and continues to support investments in the healthcare industry that showcase the strength and ability of Dubai to provide the best treatment facilities for its residents and visitors."

The sprawling equipment-heavy facility in Dubai is aesthetically built, consisting of eight in-patient rooms, two of which are designated VIP suites.

The specialist in-patient procedures provided include cosmetic/plastic surgery and aesthetic medicine including; reconstructive surgery, cosmetic gynaecology, liposuction, breast augmentation, tummy tuck and nose reshaping. The hospital will also offer the latest in obesity treatment and management including weight loss surgery, nutritional management, and full body lift procedures.

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