Emirates Hospital acquires stake in Adeli Medical Center

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Dubai / Emirates Business

Emirates Hospital, a wholly owned subsidiary of the KBBO group, is pleased to announce the acquisition of a majority stake in Adeli Medical
Center a highly specialized center
in Central Europe for intensive
The Adeli Medical Center is a one of its kind neurorehabilitation facility with its primary focus being on paediatric patients. This international center of excellence was established 12 years ago in Central Europe, in Piestany, a 90 minute drive from Vienna, in order to fulfilll the urgent need for intensive, professional and highly specialized rehabilitation for children with acquired and congenital neurologic disorders, such as cerebral palsy, brain injuries, spina bifida and many others.
Since it was established Adeli has been providing its unique program to handicapped children from most countries of the European Union – particularly Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, United Kingdom, Czechoslovakia, Russia, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Libya and others.
The unique treatment programme fully reflects the mission of the Center: For every child
to avoid development of severe disability
to achieve a visible improvement in the child’s condition and bring the child one or more steps closer to a normal independent life.
This implies an unconventional approach of investing up to 30 man hours per week per child patient, applying the most modern procedures, for example from space neurology or underwater medicine. Staff of more than 200 highly qualified specialists consisting mostly of neurologists, physicians, GPs, rehabilitologists, physiotherapists and speech pathologists, is organized into multidisciplinary teams to provide the best care. The center cares for only 150 patients at a time with facilities for inpatient stay and outpatient visits. The approach is acknowledged and supervised by world-renowned German and Austrian neurologists; its effectiveness has been scientifically proven and published.
The Center itself is a member of Research Group of World Federation for Neurorehabilitation.
University Professor Dr Franz Gerstenbrand is the chief mentor and scientific supervisor behind the Adeli medical Center. Professor Gerstenbrand received his M.D. from University of Vienna in 1950. In 1967, he habilitated with the thesis on the “traumatic apallic syndrome” and became a University professor in 1973. In 1975, he became the head of the Department of the Neurological Hospital in Vienna and Board Chairman of the world-renowned University Neurology Clinic in Innsbruck. Professor Gerstenbrand is the author of nearly 800 publications and twelve books, he is the founding president and honorary member of the European Federation of Neurological Societies, as well as chairman and member of numerous research groups at the World Federation of Neurology and at World Federation for Neurorehabilitation.

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