The pioneering cardiac surgeon explains why continuing his surgical practice will be critical to his role as Cleveland Clinic’s first President of International Operations.
What began in a military hospital during World War I has led generations of caregivers to provide innovative medical care in our community and around the world.
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi’s Oncology Institute, which will occupy a new state-of-the-art cancer center currently construction, aims to transform cancer care in the Middle East, using Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center as its model.
Consult QD catches up with Matthew Kroh, MD, Chairman of the Digestive Disease Institute at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, who talks about the significantly expanded size and scope of this Center of Excellence and the new programs and services that are addressing the Middle East’s medical needs.
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In October, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi became the first hospital in the United Arab Emirates – and the youngest hospital ever – to achieve Magnet® designation.
Sue A. Behrens, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, NEA-BC, was instrumental in planning and opening Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. Now she brings the same passion to her new role there as chief nursing officer.
Living related donor liver transplants are now among the range of treatments available at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. Antonio Pinna, MD, explains this first case.
Reports of quadruple valve replacements are exceedingly rare. Here are details on the world’s latest successful case, performed in a 22-year-old with acute infective endocarditis.
Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute Chairman Conor Delaney, MD, PhD, explains why Cleveland Clinic is committed to providing digestive disease services in Abu Dhabi in our “Short Answer” series.
Dr. Tommy Mihaljevic encourages mentees to seize tough opportunities when offered.