Montefiore inks deal with United Arab Emirates

New York City-based Montefiore Health System has signed an agreement to offer complex medical care to patients from the United Arab Emirates.

Montefiore joins a group of several other leading U.S. hospitals that have signed agreements with the UAE health department to bridge the specialized care gap.

Under the agreement, Montefiore will provide people from Dubai and Abu Dahbi with specialized medical care, such as cardiac surgery and neurology services. In addition, Montefore plans to collaborate with UAE providers to share medical expertise. 

The agreement adds to a partnership with the UAE that gives Emirati patients care through Montefiore. 

"We have had a clear vision for our international program," said Peter Semczuk, DDS, senior vice president and executive director of Montefiore "This agreement with UAE allows us to share our expertise globally."

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