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Prescription for change: Dr Hanan Al Kuwari

Prescription for change: Dr Hanan Al Kuwari

Dr Hanan Al Kuwari runs one of the Gulf’s largest public healthcare providers. In an exclusive interview with Arabian Business, the managing director of Hamad Medical Corporation explains how the organisation will hit its hugely ambitious targets

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Healthcare in the Gulf: No pain, no gain

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Best of 2012: Hikma Pharmaceuticals interview

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Best of 2012: Sobhi A Batterjee interview

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Hayat Sindi interview: A passion for science

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Mohammad Baloola interview: Beating the bulge

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Health matters

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