Ajman: Krishna Palemar Visits Gulf Medical University and GMC Hospital

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Ajman, Dec 20: Honorable Minister of Port, Ecology & Environment, Govt.of Karnataka India Minister J Krishna Palemar visited Gulf Medical University on the 20th of December 2008; he was taken around a tour of Gulf Medical University and GMC Hospital by Mr. Thumbay Moideen, President of Gulf Medical University, Ajman. He appreciated and praised the activities and facilities of the University. President Mr. Thumbay Moideen presented a memento to the Honorable Minister as a token of appreciation.

He appreciated the facilities provided to the students & patients and was happy to invite Mr.Thumbay Moideen to build/manage such facilities in Karnataka India and also congratulated him on completion of 10yrs and his achievement for successfully having established such a high quality medical institution and is in par with international standards of medical education.

GMC Hospital & Research Centre part of Gulf Medical University brings together highly skilled professionals and the latest advancements in medical technology. GMC Hospital, Ajman is a 250 bedded first private teaching hospital in the region with ultra modern facilities.


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