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Dr. Abdulrab Husain Saleh Alafeefi

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After completing learning to read the Noble Qur’an by a jurist, he joined regular schools, where he accepted the second grade of primary school at Khalid bin Al-Walid School in Qatar - Doha after he came to it from the Emirates in 1958 AD where he finished elementary, middle and high school in Doha - Qatar, then joined the College of Human Medicine at the University of Damascus 1967 AD. In 1973 he obtained a bachelor’s degree in human medicine and began to practice as a junior doctor, then a general practitioner doctor, and in 1979 he was sent to specialize in paediatrics, where he enrolled in a number of courses in Britain in Exeter, Birmingham, Edinburgh, then Glasgow, and completed the speciality program at the University of Jordan Hospital in Amman. Jordan, where he obtained a master's degree and then a doctorate (Arab Board) in paediatrics in 1987 and 1989, respectively. In 1995 he was sent again to the United Kingdom to specialize in Birmingham Children's Hospital in the field of gastrointestinal diseases under the supervision of Professor "Ian Booth". After his return to Abu Dhabi, he joined Al-Jazeera Hospital - Department of Children and worked as a paediatrician and gastroenterologist and was able to establish the Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Unit For children at Al Jazeera Hospital in Abu Dhabi. He stayed at Al-Jazeera Hospital until 2005 and progressed in the career ladder to the level of a pediatric consultant. In 2005, after the closure of Al-Jazeera Hospital, he moved to Al-Mafraq Hospital - Abu Dhabi, where he worked as a consultant paediatrician and gastroenterologist in the morning and evening at Al-Noor Hospital in the private sector. In 2008 AD, in addition to his work as a consultant child and digestive system, he was assigned the position of head of the paediatrics department, and as a result, he stopped working in Mafraq Hospital only without continuing to work in the private sector, and he remained in this position until the time for retirement in 2010 AD. It was then that the idea of ​​working in the private sector emerged again and joined as a paediatrician and gastroenterologist at Gulf Diagnostic Hospital in Abu Dhabi. In 2011, a dialogue was opened with Professor "Dino Hadashiko", consultant liver diseases - children at Kings College Hospital in London, when he met him in Sorrento, Italy during the 44th European Conference on Pediatric Gastroenterology, and the topic of the dialogue was the possibility of entering in partnership with Kings College Hospital in London to open A comprehensive medical centre in Abu Dhabi. Professor Dino liked the idea and asked me to submit a preliminary study in writing. The professor delivered it to Mr Chaper Brian, who in turn presented it to the hospital’s committee of directors and the project was approved. The agreement was to establish a medical centre that includes women's specialities Childbirth, pediatric specialization, fetal medicine, family medicine, adult internal medicine, diseases of the digestive system, liver, and nutrition problems in children and adults, and the establishment of an endoscopy unit for children and adults has been approved in no way less than it is in London, and the right to the centre is an advanced laboratory and radiology services. The partnership, at the rates permitted by UAE law, was 51% for a national partner and 49% for Kings Hospital. In October of 2014 AD, construction works of the centre in the bright towers in Khalidiya area in Abu Dhabi were completed under the name of Kings College Hospital clinics (one-day surgery centre) and eight distinguished consultants in different specialities were selected by Kings Hospital in London and sent to work in Kings Clinics. In Abu Dhabi. The founder took over his position as technical director of the centre in April 2014, in addition to his work as a consultant child and gastroenterology, and the situation continued until February of 2016 when the ownership of the centre was transferred by purchasing a new company formed from three huge investment companies, namely Ashmore, Dubai Industrial Investment Company and a group. The bird and the project expanded from twenty million dirhams to seven hundred and fifty million dirhams due to the approval of new investors to establish three other centres in Dubai in addition to a hospital with a capacity of one hundred beds. The founder took advantage of the well-known scientific capabilities of Kings College Hospital in organizing an international conference in Abu Dhabi under the name of the First Abu Dhabi International Conference in Fetal and Pediatric Medicine, Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, during the period between February 26-28, 2015 AD, where it co-chaired the conference with Professor Anil Dewan. It was truly a distinguished conference that won unparalleled admiration by the medical sector in Abu Dhabi, and the Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Foundation fully supported the conference in financial terms. In addition to the above, the founder was honored to work as a medical consultant for the Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Foundation for more than twenty years, between 1994 AD and 2014 AD, during which the Foundation was able to implement the orders of Sheikh Zayed, may God bless him, to deliver his good in the health field to his beneficiaries around the globe So, the comprehensive vaccination program for children in Mauritania was adopted, the program for vaccinating all Palestinian children from birth to the age of three years against pneumococcal diseases for a period of three consecutive years, the restoration of the Dar al-Salam Hospital in Tanzania called "Monika Mozah", and the establishment of Sheikh Zayed Hospital to save the eyesight in the Gambia, And the establishment of Zayed Maternity and Childhood Hospital in Sanaa, Yemen, and Sheikh Zayed Hospital in Kabul - Afghanistan, and support for the Children's Oncology Hospital in Cairo, Egypt, then maintenance and renewal of the equipment of Sheikh Zayed Hospital in Lahore - Pakistan, and last but not least, the follow-up of the Sheikh Zayed Center for Liver Research at Kings College Hospital in London, which was established In 1979 AD, with a generous donation, may God reward him. During his work with the Ministry of Health and then the Abu Dhabi Health Authority, he was able to establish a pediatric gastroenterology unit and a cystic fibrosis disease unit at Al-Jazeera Hospital, and with the generous support of the Sheikh Zayed Foundation, the computer and internet service were introduced into the Al-Jazeera Hospital library for the first time. During his previous tenure, he chaired several committees, such as a committee for interviewing consultants and child specialists who want to work in the UAE, and the medical committee for determining disability rates, the right to retirement and sick leave, and Residency program for the Arab Board in the field of paediatrics, the year of an internship program for new graduates, and the leadership of the medical Hajj mission to the UAE from 1990 AD until 1994 AD, and during this period he was also a member and rapporteur of the Committee for the Evaluation of Higher Medical Certificates at the level of the Emirates. In addition to all of the above, he enjoyed membership in several committees at the level of Mafraq Hospital, such as the Committee of Heads of Departments, the Certification and Powers Committee, the Emergency Committee, the Disease and Mortality Assessment Committee, the Physicians' Evaluation Terminology Reformulation Committee, and the Continuing Medical Education Committee. During his work in the last period, he was able to attend more than 23 international conferences, the last of which was the 49th European Conference that was held in Athens from 25 to 28 February 2016, which was in diseases of the digestive system, liver and nutrition in children. Currently, he heads the Nabd Health Investment Company, and he is in the process of establishing a medical centre for various specialities in Shakhbout City - Abu Dhabi under the name of Newcastle Medical Center, which will provide its services in a manner that is no less than any level in any developed country, as all its doctors will be brought from London with distinguished expertise. After completing learning to read the Noble Qur’an by a jurist, he joined regular schools, where he accepted the second grade of primary school at Khalid bin Al-Walid School in Qatar - Doha after he came to it from the Emirates in 1958 AD where he finished elementary, middle and high school in Doha - Qatar, then joined the College of Human Medicine at the University of Damascus 1967 AD. In 1973 he obtained a bachelor’s degree in human medicine and began to practice as a junior doctor, then a general practitioner doctor, and in 1979 he was sent to specialize in paediatrics, where he enrolled in a number of courses in Britain in Exeter, Birmingham, Edinburgh, then Glasgow, and completed the speciality program at the University of Jordan Hospital in Amman. Jordan, where he obtained a master's degree and then a doctorate (Arab Board) in paediatrics in 1987 and 1989, respectively. In 1995 he was sent again to the United Kingdom to specialize in Birmingham Children's Hospital in the field of gastrointestinal diseases under the supervision of Professor "Ian Booth". After his return to Abu Dhabi, he joined Al-Jazeera Hospital - Department of Children and worked as a paediatrician and gastroenterologist and was able to establish the Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Unit For children at Al Jazeera Hospital in Abu Dhabi. He stayed at Al-Jazeera Hospital until 2005 and progressed in the career ladder to the level of a pediatric consultant. In 2005, after the closure of Al-Jazeera Hospital, he moved to Al-Mafraq Hospital - Abu Dhabi, where he worked as a consultant paediatrician and gastroenterologist in the morning and evening at Al-Noor Hospital in the private sector. In 2008 AD, in addition to his work as a consultant child and digestive system, he was assigned the position of head of the paediatrics department, and as a result, he stopped working in Mafraq Hospital only without continuing to work in the private sector, and he remained in this position until the time for retirement in 2010 AD. It was then that the idea of ​​working in the private sector emerged again and joined as a paediatrician and gastroenterologist at Gulf Diagnostic Hospital in Abu Dhabi. In 2011, a dialogue was opened with Professor "Dino Hadashiko", consultant liver diseases - children at Kings College Hospital in London, when he met him in Sorrento, Italy during the 44th European Conference on Pediatric Gastroenterology, and the topic of the dialogue was the possibility of entering in partnership with Kings College Hospital in London to open A comprehensive medical centre in Abu Dhabi. Professor Dino liked the idea and asked me to submit a preliminary study in writing. The professor delivered it to Mr Chaper Brian, who in turn presented it to the hospital’s committee of directors and the project was approved. The agreement was to establish a medical centre that includes women's specialities Childbirth, pediatric specialization, fetal medicine, family medicine, adult internal medicine, diseases of the digestive system, liver, and nutrition problems in children and adults, and the establishment of an endoscopy unit for children and adults has been approved in no way less than it is in London, and the right to the centre is an advanced laboratory and radiology services. The partnership, at the rates permitted by UAE law, was 51% for a national partner and 49% for Kings Hospital. In October of 2014 AD, construction works of the centre in the bright towers in Khalidiya area in Abu Dhabi were completed under the name of Kings College Hospital clinics (one-day surgery centre) and eight distinguished consultants in different specialities were selected by Kings Hospital in London and sent to work in Kings Clinics. In Abu Dhabi. The founder took over his position as technical director of the centre in April 2014, in addition to his work as a consultant child and gastroenterology, and the situation continued until February of 2016 when the ownership of the centre was transferred by purchasing a new company formed from three huge investment companies, namely Ashmore, Dubai Industrial Investment Company and a group. The bird and the project expanded from twenty million dirhams to seven hundred and fifty million dirhams due to the approval of new investors to establish three other centres in Dubai in addition to a hospital with a capacity of one hundred beds. The founder took advantage of the well-known scientific capabilities of Kings College Hospital in organizing an international conference in Abu Dhabi under the name of the First Abu Dhabi International Conference in Fetal and Pediatric Medicine, Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, during the period between February 26-28, 2015 AD, where it co-chaired the conference with Professor Anil Dewan. It was truly a distinguished conference that won unparalleled admiration by the medical sector in Abu Dhabi, and the Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Foundation fully supported the conference in financial terms. In addition to the above, the founder was honoured to work as a medical consultant for the Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Foundation for more than twenty years, between 1994 AD and 2014 AD, during which the Foundation was able to implement the orders of Sheikh Zayed, may God bless him, to deliver his good in the health field to his beneficiaries around the globe Then, a comprehensive vaccination program for children was adopted in Mauritania, and a program for the vaccination of all Palestinian children was adopted From birth until the age of three years against pneumococcal diseases and for a period of three consecutive years, the restoration of Dar Al Salam Hospital in Tanzania called "Monika Mozah", the establishment of Sheikh Zayed Hospital to save the eyesight in the Gambia, the establishment of Zayed Maternity and Childhood Hospital in Sana'a, Yemen, and Sheikh Zayed Hospital in Kabul - Afghanistan, supporting the Children's Oncology Hospital in Cairo, Egypt, then maintaining and renewing the equipment of Sheikh Zayed Hospital in Lahore - Pakistan, and last but not least, following up on the Sheikh Zayed Center for Liver Research at Kings College Hospital in London, which was established in 1979 with a generous donation from him, may God reward him. During his work with the Ministry of Health and then the Abu Dhabi Health Authority, he was able to establish a pediatric gastroenterology unit and a cystic fibrosis disease unit at Al-Jazeera Hospital, and with the generous support of the Sheikh Zayed Foundation, the computer and internet service were introduced into the Al-Jazeera Hospital library for the first time. During his previous tenure he chaired many committees such as a committee for interviewing consultants and child specialists who want to work in the UAE, the medical committee for determining disability rates, the right to retirement and sick leave, the residency program for the Arab Board in the field of paediatrics, the Internship Year program for new graduates, and the leadership of the medical Hajj mission to the country The Emirates from 1990 to 1994, and during this period he was also a member and rapporteur of the Higher Medical Certificates Evaluation Committee at the level of the Emirates. In addition to all of the above, he enjoyed membership in several committees at the level of Mafraq Hospital, such as the Committee of Heads of Departments, the Certification and Powers Committee, the Emergency Committee, the Disease and Mortality Assessment Committee, the Physicians' Evaluation Terminology Reformulation Committee, and the Continuing Medical Education Committee. During his work in the last period, he was able to attend more than 23 international conferences, the last of which was the 49th European Conference that was held in Athens from 25 to 28 February 2016, which was in diseases of the digestive system, liver and nutrition in children. Currently, he heads the Nabd Health Investment Company, and he is in the process of establishing a medical centre for various specialities in Shakhbout City - Abu Dhabi under the name of Newcastle Medical Center, which will provide its services in a manner that is no less than any level in any developed country, as all its doctors will be brought from London with distinguished expertise.