AHG inks training deal with RAK varsity
Ras Al Khaimah, May 6, 2013
Arabian Healthcare Group (AHG), a global healthcare management firm, has signed an agreement with the American University of Ras Al Khaimah (Aurak) to train the university’s biotechnology students.
Through its laboratories division Star Metropolis, Arabian Healthcare Group will offer the students an opportunity to work and get trained at the Labs.
Star Metropolis is set to position itself as the most efficient and cost effective referral laboratory service in the region, with a chain of highly sophisticated and clinically superior referral labs located across UAE, it aims at providing most reliable and accurate laboratory services coupled with latest technology and knowledge including logistics management.
The facility provides comprehensive clinical laboratory services with the right infrastructure and backed by state of the art referral lab with the most modern lab equipments manned by a qualified and experienced technical team.
The referral laboratory offers specialized tests covering a wide spectrum of medical specialties, ranging from oncology to genetics, immunoassays to molecular biology. STAR Metropolis after establishing itself in UAE is poised to spread its services and activities to other GCC and rest of the Arabia.
Prof Alakim, Aurak’s vice chancellor explained the importance of this agreement as it provides the opportunity for students to train in well-equipped and well-developed laboratories in a distinguished environment and professional career supervisors.
Such agreement will enable students to get a great beneficial deal at their area of interest, he said.
Prof Alakim also explained the importance of such constructive cooperation with strategic partners that lays beneath tightening relationships and contributing to providing good knowledge and experience. – TradeArabia News Service
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