Growth and innovation in the healthcare sector & the importance of mental health.
The BeNeLux Business Council has the pleasure to invite you on Wed Nov 10th at 17:30 (UAE) to this Webinar lead by Mediclinic experts.
Join us for a presentation by Mediclinic Chief Operating Officer, Mr Joe Hazel, who will discuss the group’s current healthcare operations and its ambitions around innovation and expansion in Abu Dhabi and the region more broadly. Other topics will include an outlook on the impact of the pandemic on the healthcare sector, including medical tourism in the UAE.
Mr. Hazel’s business-focused presentation will be followed by an overview of key trends in mental health and wellbeing by Dr. Asma ben Houidi, Specialist Psychiatrist at Mediclinic Al Noor Hospital. The pandemic has drawn increased levels of attention to this important area by healthcare providers and governments alike.
Over the span of his 30 year career, Mr. Hazel filled various senior leadership positions across various geographical areas ranging from Africa, Europe, the UK and, most recently, the UAE. He joined Mediclinic Middle East in 2016 as Hospital Director at Mediclinic Airport Road Hospital, in February 2021 he was appointed COO for Mediclinic in Abu Dhabi. Before joining Mediclinic, he took on various senior leadership roles, mainly in the healthcare sector and today he looks forward to contributing to Abu Dhabi’s dynamic healthcare industry.
Dr Asma Ben Houidi, is a board qualified psychiatrist who graduated from the prestigious Faculty of Medicine in Tunis and trained in France. She has extensive international medical experience in the diagnosis and management of psychiatric disorders. Dr Asma has a patient centred approach, combining psychopharmacology, psychotherapies and social interventions. To achieve the best outcome in treatment, she provides effective care for her patients based on the best worldwide evidence-based guidelines. Dr. Asma has been active in many medical societies and volunteers in numerous events aimed at raising awareness about mental health in the region.