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CMC’s innovation in healthcare design, operation and management recognized at Hospital Build Awards 2009 in Dubai

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Beirut , Lebanon - June 22, 2009:

Beirut-based Clemenceau Medical Center (CMC) was announced winner of the “Best Sustainable Hospital Design” and “Best Facilities Management Services Strategy” awards at the Hospital Build Awards 2009, held in Dubai on June 15th to recognize outstanding healthcare facilities in the Middle East.

“It is a great honor to be recognized by regional and international leaders in the healthcare sector,” commented Dr. Mounes Kalaawi, CEO of Clemenceau Medical Center. “We won awards for two out of five nominations for excellence in different categories; an achievement that we will honor by continuing to innovate our facility and services to meet and exceed the highest international quality standards.”

For its first award, CMC demonstrated an outstanding commitment to sustainability in terms of its design, development and construction and for the second, CMC’s recognized excellence in the provision of facilities management strategy that meets the need of clinical teams and improves patient safety.

Notably, CMC was the only healthcare facility to receive two awards at the ceremony. The Center also received three certificates of achievement in the Best Hospital Design, Best Interior Design, and Best Healthcare Management Service Strategy categories.

The Hospital Build Awards identify excellence in the design, operation and management of healthcare facilities in the Middle East. The event acts as a platform for organizations to showcase their achievements, and be recognized by healthcare professionals both regionally and globally for contributions to the Healthcare industry.

CMC works in affiliation with the prominent John Hopkins Medicine International, and is accredited by Joint Commission International, USA.

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