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  • - Limiting the number of people within our facilities to ensure physical distancing can be maintained.
  • - Restricting access to patients with scheduled appointments only.
  • - Restricting accompanying adults to only one person.
  • - In the case of children under 12, allowing access only to those with a scheduled medical appointment.

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Khaleej Al Arabi Branch, Abu Dhabi

800 42532 (ICLDC)
F: +971 2 404 0900

PO Box 48338
Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street
Beside Zayed Military Hospital
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Zayed Sports City Branch, Abu Dhabi

T: 800 42532 (ICLDC)
F: +971 2 404 0900

PO Box 48338
Zayed Sports City
Between entry gates 1 & 6
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Al Ain Branch, Al Ain

T:800 42532 (ICLDC)
F: +971 3 746 4900

PO Box 222464
Beside Tawam Hospital
Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

ICLDC Hosts Interactive Courses For Junior Doctors

Abu Dhabi, UAE March 2013: The Arabian Gulf’s young doctors can now study in Abu Dhabi for the sought-after Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians (MRCP).

MRCP Part 1 and Part 2 will take place from May 9-11 at the Imperial College London Diabetes Centre (ICLDC), the state-of-the art diabetes treatment centre in Abu Dhabi.

Recent MRCP courses held at the UAE capital’s ICLDC, in partnership with UK’s Hammersmith Medicine, have won positive delegate feedback for high quality content and instruction. ICLDC has a purpose-designed lecture theatre, interaction areas and offers easy access to a number of hotels and airport.

According to the course leader, Imperial College London’s Professor Karim Meeran the vigorous programmes provide outstanding preparation and are an ideal stepping stone for the MRCP examination.

“Passing the MRCP is a tough proposition for young doctors yet it’s compulsory if they have aspirations to become a specialist. These courses are designed to ease the pressure and ensure candidates have the best possible chance.

“We have considered the sort of questions that will come up and we coach doctors in a way that will make them better prepared to pass with flying colours.”

Professor Meeran added that due to the region’s growing demand for doctors, it makes sense to hold the courses in the UAE. Recent courses have had an international flavour with participants from Canada and the UK, as well as from the region with the likes of Oman, Qatar and Kuwait represented.

Due to growing demand, the training course has been expanded and is set to be held at ICLDC three times this year.

“Both the MRCP 1 and 2 programme are continuously reviewed by the Health Authority Abu Dhabi and accredited for 21.5 and 22 CME hours respectively,” added Professor Meeran.

Registration can be made online at or at or Tel: + 971 2 404 0870

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