Kazakhstan’s National Centre for Neurosurgery, founded in 2008, has become a leading clinic in Central Asia. The clinic received JCI accreditation in 2013 and now performs a minimum of 2,500 neurosurgeries a year, up from 250 its first year, according to Serik Akshulakov, the center’s board chairman.
Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has introduced a medication-dispensing robot to Rashid Hospital, with plans to bring similar robots to its Dubai, Latifa and Hatta Hospitals. The portable smart pharmacy stores up to 35,000 medicines and can dispense 12 medications a minute, reducing both wait times and human error.
The Georgian healthcare company Aversi will build an advanced oncology center and an outpatient clinic with financing from the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The facilities will give Georgians new state-of-the-art options for in-country care.