Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, Crown Prince of Dubai, recently visited hospitals in Dubai as well as the World Police Summit. During his visit to the Dubai Health Authority Headquarters, he launched a national campaign to raise awareness about the Emirati Genome Programme, which aims to improve healthcare services, develop treatment and prevention plans, and enhance the well-being of society through the adoption of the latest innovations. The Crown Prince also visited Mirdif Hospital and Barraquer Eye Hospital to learn about the services provided to patients in partnership between the public and private sectors, with the aim of establishing Dubai as a leading center for healthcare.
In addition to his hospital visits, Sheikh Hamdan also attended the World Police Summit at the World Trade Centre Dubai, which was attended by 51 police chiefs from around the world, representing 50 countries. The summit aimed to present pioneering experiences in the field of police work, explore the future of security services, and affirm commitment to supporting global efforts to combat crime and enhance security and community stability. Overall, Sheikh Hamdan’s visits and participation in these events demonstrate Dubai’s commitment to improving healthcare and security services for its citizens and visitors.