Saudi German Hospital signs up Turkish doctors
Dubai, January 29, 2013
Saudi German Hospital in Dubai said it has signed up Turkish celebrity doctors, Dr Ozlem Bicer & Dr. Sinan İbiş to provide insights on modern aesthetic procedures at the hospital.
The underlining goal of the agreements, an initiative of Yilmaz Arslan, the Governor of Batman, Turkey, is to enhance relations between the UAE and Turkey with regards to the exchange of medical expertise.
Known for unparalleled healthcare standards and state-of-the-art facilities, Dr Bicer is a specialist in medical aesthetic practice, specifically in hair transplantation, botox, fillers and cosmetic surgery, while Dr İbiş is acclaimed as one of Turkey’s leading experts in non-surgical aesthetics.
The specialised services of the two doctors will, in due course, be made available at Saudi German Hospital in Dubai, said a statement from the hospital located in new Dubai.
On the sidelines of the agreement signing ceremony that took place at the Saudi German Hospital, Dr. İbiş and Dr. Bicer provided a comprehensive overview of their respective areas of expertise and specialisation.
A graduate of Ankara School of Medicine, Dr İbiş was a pioneer of skin care awareness and services in Turkey in the early 1980s. He serves as the CEO of ‘Flavius’ Anti-Aging Clinics and his patients from around the globe seek his advice for acne, scar, wrinkle, stretch mark and hair loss treatments.
His high-profile clients include bureaucrats, artists and entrepreneurs. He is also known for hosting the TV program, ‘Beautiful Life’ on Turkish television.
A graduate of Trakya University Medical School, Dr Bicer is an expert in hair transplantation and treatments. 'Dr. Oz', as she is known, is specialized in botox, fillers and cosmetic surgery and believes that the role of physician is not only to cure illness, but also to enlighten society.
A certified doctor at the Acibadem Hospitals Group in Turkey, Dr. Oz has also worked in Clinic of Plastic Surgery Lancomed and Marmara Cosmetic Surgery Clinic and started Dr. Ozlem's Clinic in 2004.
Welcoming the duo, Dr Reem Osman, the CEO of Saudi German Hospital, said, “We are confident that the visit of this high level delegation of Turkish experts in their respective fields will further enhance the extensive expertise of Saudi German Hospital in Dubai, particularly in the area of aesthetic medicine."
"Moreover, this is in line with our strategy of attracting the top medical talent from around the world and to make their services easily accessible to the people of the UAE," she added.-TradeArabia News Service
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