Dubai, Sep 4,2017: Gulf Medical University (GMU), Ajman had the pleasure of hosting the Consul General of India in Dubai, His Excellency Mr. Vipul, on Wednesday, 30th August 2017. The Consul General was received at the university by Mr. Thumbay Moideen, Founder, President Board of Trustees of GMU, Prof. Gita Ashok Raj, Provost of GMU and the Deans of various colleges of GMU.
H.E. Mr. Vipul was presented with the vision and mission of GMU, and he toured the educational and research facilities in the campus, including the different ongoing projects of the hospitals and medical centers within the campus. He also visited the University’s Research & Innovation Center, Thumbay Institute of Precision Medicine and Translational Research, Thumbay Institute of Population Health and the Thumbay Institute of Health Workforce Development & Leadership. The Consul General was also apprised about the efforts of Gulf Medical University to emerge as the first private Academic Health System in the region.
H.E. Mr. Vipul commended Mr. Thumbay Moideen for his efforts in establishing a world-class university delivering high-quality medical education, healthcare and research. He wished Mr. Thumbay Moideen and his team more successes in the future.
About Gulf Medical University
Owned and operated by Dubai-based diversified international business conglomerate Thumbay Group, the Gulf Medical University (GMU), Ajman was founded by the group’s Founder President Mr. Thumbay Moideen, in 1998. GMU is today a preferred-choice for medical education to students of 75 nationalities, and employs faculty and staff from over 25 countries. GMU’s courses include Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Laboratory Technologist, Anesthesia & Surgical Technologist, Imaging Technologist, Public Health and the Transnational Collaboration – ADCPS. Thumbay Group’s network of academic hospitals (Thumbay Hospital), multispecialty daycare centers (Thumbay Hospital Day Care), clinics (Thumbay Clinics), pharmacies (Thumbay Pharmacy), diagnostic labs (Thumbay Labs) etc., provide training facilities for GMU students.