Visiting overseas doctors can now practice part-time in Dubai Healthcare City
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Visiting overseas doctors can now practice part-time in Dubai Healthcare City

Visiting overseas doctors can now practice part-time in Dubai Healthcare City

Visiting doctors will benefit from full-service set-up including visa processing and licensing services

C37 Dubai Healthcare City

The Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) free zone has launched C37 – a private medical workspace zone designed for visiting overseas doctors and UAE-based physicians too who are seeking to establish an independent, part-time practice within Dubai.

Access to C37 is via membership. Physicians who sign up can avail front-desk booking services, as well as operational support including onsite management guidance, strategic consulting, accounting, banking, legal, and marketing services.

Members can secure their workspace on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis and reduce overheads by accessing flexible medical staffing and equipment solutions. They pay only for the staff they need and can scale staff according to their needs and patient demand.

It will provide customised state-of-the-art medical co-working spaces and services. Visiting doctors will benefit from full-service set-up, including visa processing and licensing and can avail of special discounts on travel and accommodation, as well as network and collaborate with over 160-plus clinics and hospitals within the DHCC ecosystem, reported state-run Dubai Media Office.

Similarly, UAE-based doctors can launch their own independent workspace with operational set-up and management taken care of by C37 itself.

C37 was launched on the sidelines of the Arab Health and is a first-of-its-kind initiative in the GCC.

“C37 also seeks to achieve the sustainability of medical tourism by attracting the finest doctors from around the world to provide health care services to individuals from the country and the region from Dubai,” said Jamal Abdulsalam, CEO of Dubai Healthcare City Authority.

“C37 provides a 360-degree approach to clinical operations so that doctors can focus on their core services and provide optimum quality care. The initiative also serves as a platform for knowledge and expertise exchange with medical peers and future doctors coming together to form a like-minded, next-generation community that can thrive through networking and referral opportunities,” added Abdulsalam.

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