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Group Chief Executive Officer, American Hospital Dubai
Beshara is a leader backed by vast experience in the legal industry. With a master’s degree in International Law, Beshara’s career spans over a decade with tenures as a legal counsel, chairman, and most recently, Group CEO of Mohammad & Obaid AlMulla Group of Companies. His experience covers a spectrum of fields, comprising finance, aviation, and corporate, with responsibilities that include advising CEOs and counseling on airline matters, major JV projects, and uninsured litigations.
Ranked among Forbes’ Top CEOs of the Middle East 2021, included among the top CEOs of the region by the UK-based CEO Today magazine, Beshara is a member of Legal 500 the Middle East 2016-2017. Beshara is leading the change across the group’s diverse functions, guiding its vision, developing and spearheading internal audit and corporate compliance programs, and participating in the formulation of general management policy as a member of the executive management team.
As Group CEO, he now oversees the full portfolio of Mohammad & Obaid Al Mulla Group.
Tell us about your organization and its journey.
American Hospital Dubai was established in 1996 by the Mohamed & Obaid AlMulla Group to fulfil the group's aim of bringing American-standard excellence in healthcare to the UAE and the region. It is the flagship healthcare brand of the Mohamed & Obaid AlMulla Group. It is acknowledged as a premier healthcare institution, offering world-class and evidence-based primary, secondary and selected tertiary medical services.
American Hospital Dubai is defined by cutting-edge technology and innovations. All its physicians are American Board Certified or equivalent, delivering treatment and care in more than 40 medical and surgical specialities.
Our mission is to improve people's lives with the best quality healthcare through leadership in progressive medicine, with a vision to nurture healthier communities through research and innovation.
Since its inception, American Hospital Dubai has blazed a trail due to its commitment to excellence in healthcare, placing us in the vanguard of pioneering healthcare institutions in the region.
How has the organization evolved to address the challenges of an ever-changing healthcare sector? Please list some accomplishments.
Healthcare is undergoing a rapid transformation, and American Hospital Dubai stayed ahead of the curve even before the pandemic struck.
Our partnerships with international names such as Mayo Clinic, Livio AB of Norway, Siemens Healthineers, RSS and UK-based CMR Surgical help us advance in treatments and education to deliver the best research-backed treatments. Legacy-building only gains value when it continues to have patients at its core; American Hospital Dubai chooses transformation keeping this in mind.
Give us an insight into your portfolio and solutions targeted at the Middle East.
Healthcare has acquired many dimensions that must cater to various issues to create a more significant positive shift in health outcomes to meet national targets.
Some key areas in focus:
American Hospital Dubai contributes to capacity building through research and training programs in collaboration with academia (universities, research institutions, and intern programs) to benefit the national and GCC levels. Research shows that the GCC is slightly lagging in the domain of knowledge acquisition and needs to continue to develop this area.
Our education arm, the American Hospital Academic Institute (AHAI), aims to train more than 400 professionals in the healthcare sector to develop medical staff in the UAE and the region. Our partnership with Robotic Surgical Systems (RSS) and UK-based CMR Surgicals is the region's first robotic surgery training hub and educational academy.
We are also an active player in the PPP arena, lending innovation to healthcare for a wider field of application, thus benefitting the region and globally.
What will you be showcasing at Arab Health 2023?
American Hospital Dubai has foundationally been about delivering the most satisfying patient experience, and everything we do pivots on it. Our breakthroughs across the healthcare spectrum are due to this commitment. We will give visitors insights into how we reach this goal year after year through innovation, application, and advanced processes.
We will showcase our expertise in crucial disease fields, complex surgeries, and disease management. Visitors will get a close look at our Robotic Centre of Excellence, a regional leader in minimally invasive surgeries, which has performed over 1,000 surgeries since its launch in 2020. We will also showcase our commitment to innovation through AI-led data analytics that improves care outcomes.
Our Centres of Excellence in Cancer, Diabetes, Cardiology, Orthopedics, etc., are leaders in delivering the latest treatment methodologies, and Arab Health 2023 victors will learn why these are the region's cutting-edge hubs in transformative healthcare.
In addition to the above, what opportunities are you looking forward to at the upcoming event?
I look forward to a symbiotic experience at Arab Health 2023, where American Hospital Dubai shows the world how it continues to raise the bar in patient-focused care and learn how global healthcare entities are charting their path to a more transformative model.
Every edition of Arab Health is a new door opening to opportunities, and the event is a powerful platform for knowledge transfer and exchanging ideas. It is a great occasion to witness new technologies, products, and developments and rub shoulders with international stakeholders in the healthcare industry.
Anything else you would like to add?
Healthcare is undergoing a redefinition due to a host of factors, not the least of which is the pandemic. Still, its central purpose remains the same: honoring a patient's ancient faith in the power of healing with new solutions. Today's healthcare must prepare for disruption and innovation to fulfil this purpose. We must work towards humanity's healthier future through timeless values such as compassion, a pioneering spirit and ethical care in tandem with the new merits of technology.
Our collective wellness depends on the state of our healthcare, and our responsibility is to keep this relationship thriving and strong.