Research, Development, and Training Initiatives
Burjeel Holdings possesses world-class innovation and research capabilities and has a proven track record of innovating in areas where needs are currently unmet in its markets – including Bone Marrow Transplant, Fetal Medicine, Nuclear Medicine, Organ Transplant, Palliative Care, and Stem Cell Therapy.
Burjeel operates world-class centers of excellence and has the ambition to be the world leader in cancer genomics research, aiming to translate that research into clinical tests and personalized medicine.
Burjeel Medical City, under Burjeel Holdings, was the most published center in hematology and oncology in the UAE in 2021, contributing to 26 cancer research publications. The establishment of a Biotech Research Lab is also underway.
The clinical team is supported by a senior management team with over 180 years of combined experience in the sector and a combined 70 years of experience at Burjeel Holdings. Many team members have driven the company’s growth over the past decade.
The Burjeel Holdings Academic Medicine and Training Initiative
Burjeel Holdings is invested in developing the leadership qualities of team members, from our first-time managers to top-level executives. Over the years, Burjeel Holdings has spearheaded numerous education and training initiatives toward this end.
Burjeel Holdings is committed to the future of healthcare and patient well-being in the UAE and Oman and is actively attracting and training clinical specialists from across the globe. It is also looking to establish a premier medical education institution in Abu Dhabi to support this vision. This facility will build capacity and capability in the sector and help train the medical professionals of tomorrow.
Integrated MRI in operating Room
This Operating Room is built with intra operative MRI for neurosurgery to provide précised guidance to remove tumours and other abnormalities.
One-OR Strength Factors
Integrated MRI in Operating Room
This Operating Room is built with intraoperative MRI for neurosurgery to provide precise guidance to remove tumours and other abnormalities.
Frozen Section Lab
The principal use of the frozen section procedure is the examination of tissue while surgery is taking place and is used most often for oncological surgery.
Dedicated Cardiac Theatre
The dedicated theatre is well spacious and nearest to ICU care to minimize the transfer duration during pre and post-surgery.
Bi-plane Cath Lab
Bi-plane Cath Lab systems acquire 3D images much faster than Single-plane Cath Labs because bi-plane systems capture image data from detectors on two axes instead of one.
G-Arm & O-Arm
The O-arm system is an intraoperative 2D/3D imaging system that is designed to meet the workflow demands of the surgical environment. It can be used in a variety of procedures including spine, cranial, and orthopedics.
An integration system is inbuilt laparoscopic tower with centralized control of medical devices from the sterile or non-sterile area of the operating room. The system has audio and video management in 4K UHD quality and has a high resolution stream inside and outside the hospital environment.
Most theatres are equipped with high resolution 4K UHD laparoscopic tower with smoke evacuation system allowing the surgeon to focus on surgical field and provide utmost care to patient.
It’s a purpose-built theatre for organ transplant, where donor & recipient can be placed in adjacent theatres allowing better coordination and the best outcome.
KINEVO 900 is a state-of-the-art technology in neuro surgery. This intraoperative microscope has a robotic visualization system integrated with 4k technology and is simple to use. The microscope has four active fluorescence filters for best visualization.
Tivato700 is the latest technology in ENT and plastic-related surgeries. This microscope has advanced visualization modalities with 4K clarity.
OPMI LUMER 700 Opthal Microscope is a precision tool to carry out the most intricate surgeries with the versatility to tackle the most demanding techniques in modern eye surgery.