Dr. Thumbay Moideen | Gulf Business

Dr. Thumbay Moideen

Dr. Thumbay Moideen

With a renewed focus on healthcare workers during this pandemic, Moideen can claim credit for training scores of medical staff over the last two decades. In 1999, he set up the Gulf Medical College in Ajman, the first expat to set up a higher education institute in the emirate. The group’s business has diversified into academic hospitals, clinics, pharmacies and medical tourism among others, and employs over 5,000 people. Last year, the group inaugurated
the Thumbay University Hospital in Ajman – the largest private academic hospital in the Middle
East – built at a cost of over Dhs1bn, which can treat over 20,000 patients daily. By 2022, the group intends to increase its hospital network to 15, with around 1,000 beds in the UAE, 1,500 beds in India, another 1,000 beds in the Gulf and Africa, and a medical school in Ghana.

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