A Unique Seminar on Medical Insurance to be organized by
GMC Hospital on 14th July 2007
Ajman, Jul 10: Conference Secretariat at Gulf Medical College, Ajman in association with GMC Hospital, Ajman will organize a Seminar on Medical Insurance for All – Importance and Impact in the UAE, on Saturday, the 14th of July 2007 at Gulf Medical College Ajman. Over 125 doctors and representatives from various insurance companies from all over UAE are expected to attend the seminar.
This unique seminar will highlight on various policy matters and implementation of medical and health insurance in the UAE. Experts from the Ministry of Health, UAE, Abu Dhabi Health Authority, DAMAN insurance and GMC Hospital will deliver talks at the seminar.
The following topics will be covered at the seminar:
Policies and Planning for Implementation of Health Insurance in the UAE
Mr. Abdulla Al Ahmadi Financial Controller - Ministry of Health – UAE
Impact of Medical Insurance on the Economy and Healthcare Industry
Mr. Marwan Al Naboulsi, Abu Dhabi Health Authority
Implementation of Health Insurance – Advantages and pitfalls
Dr. Mohamed Ezzat Agamy Director – Network – DAMAN
Advantage of having patients with Health Insurance
Dr. Bharathi Mohan – Chief of Staff, GMCHRC
Gulf Medical College is recognized and approved as an institution for higher education by the Ministry of Education, UAE. GMC is listed in World Directory of Medical Schools by WHO and also listed in IMED under the auspices of FAIMER. GMC is offering M.B.B.S degree programs with a capacity for 60 students & B.P.T Programs with a capacity for 25 students with limited seats for both boys and girls of all nationalities.
It has an international faculty and a student cohort from 39 nations. Training at the college is on par with any of the best and well-established medical colleges in the world. The teaching faculty at GMC consists of highly qualified and well-experienced professors who are dedicated and fully committed to provide the students with good training in the medical field to make them competent doctors.