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Three Dubai health centres to reopen in Q1 2018

Dubai Health Authority's centres will reopen following the completion of their respective expansion programmes, a senior official confirmed

Three Dubai Health Authority facilities will reopen in 2018 [representational image].
Three Dubai Health Authority facilities will reopen in 2018 [representational image].

Three centres of Dubai Health Authority (DHA) are due to reopen next year following the completion of their respective expansion programmes, a senior official confirmed.

Dr Manal Taryam, CEO of DHA's primary health care (PHC) team, said the authority's Umm Suqeim, Al Qusais, and Abu Hail centres will reopen in Q1 2018.

READ: Does the GCC have what it takes to become a global healthcare hub?

Taryam's remarks were made during a session held to discuss the growth of PHC facilities in Dubai, WAM reported. 

Healthcare is currently among the GCC's busiest construction markets.

BNC Network estimates that more than 700 healthcare construction projects, with an estimated combined value of $65bn, are currently active in the region.

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