Nova gets license for visa check-ups
Dubai, February 12, 2013
Nova Medical Centre has been granted permission to conduct medical check-ups for people seeking visa extension or for obtaining family residence permits.
S Soni, chairman and CEO of Nova Middle East, said: “Our endeavor at Nova is to constantly expand our healthcare facilities and services in Muscat and Oman as a whole. Obtaining the license to conduct visa medical check-ups is a huge achievement for us.”
“We see it as a recognition and reward of our efforts to provide cutting-edge technology, ethical practices, a caring environment and medical expertise under one roof. In a short span of time, Nova medical centre has established its credibility in the country.”
“Due to technical and administrative ability, Nova has been chosen to manage this task, till now mainly under the administration of government hospitals,” said Dr KM Harikrishnan, general manager in charge of Nova Operations. “At Nova, we seek to provide a professional, clean and responsible environment, which is crucial to conduct such tests for scores of people who are coming to the Sultanate for work.”
“Our clinical laboratory and sophisticated diagnostic equipments are our assets. Speed and accuracy - the most important qualities to conduct visa medical check-ups - are Nova’s strengths. At Nova we can have all blood results turned around within a few hours. Also, our visa medical services offer a bespoke and specialist service to clients recruiting personnel overseas whether for business, work or visit.”
Nova Medical Centre is a joint venture between the Omzest Group and Nova Specialty Surgery India. Nova Medical Centre Muscat brings cutting-edge technology, well experienced physicians, and excellent facilities under one roof.
Multi-specialties at the Nova Medical Centre include general and laparoscopic surgery, internal medicine, pediatrics, gynaecology, obstetrics, gastroenterology, dermatology, cardiology and ENT. – TradeArabia News Service
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