Continued Success for PTP in the Middle East

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10th October 2018

K2 are delighted to welcome further hospitals within UAE to our ever expanding family as Patricia Kennedy and Tracey Rawnsley, Directors of T2 Experts Health Information Management LLC and sole exclusive agents for K2 in the Middle East, announce the go live of the Perinatal Training Programme at the prestigious Sheikh Khalifa General Hospital (SKGH) in Umm Al Quwain. 

Opening in December 2012 under the patronage of the HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President of UAE, and the Ministry of Presidential Affairs, this 195 bed hospital houses state-of-the-art facilities offering patients outstanding levels of nursing and care to provide the best possible service. Fully accredited by the Joint Committee International, with the gold seal standard, patients and their families are assured of best practices in safety and quality health management at SKGH.  It is within this setting of exceptional standards that K2 are thrilled that the PTP has been chosen to support their clinicians and help maintain the highest levels of skill and care. 

Offering an award winning teaching resource that sees continual update and development to ensure the very latest in perinatal education and recommendations, the PTP offers comprehensive online learning and assessment in Fetal Monitoring and Maternity Crisis Management. This unparalleled e-learning tool, used by over 200,000 users worldwide, will provide essential support to SKGH clinicians and further their mission to develop and implement successful strategic initiatives to help provide accessible, effective and quality care to the Umm Al Quwain community. 

K2 are delighted to welcome Sheikh Khalifa General Hospital and look forward to working with them as we support their work and dedication to excellence in maternity healthcare. 

If you are based in the Middle East and are interested in our Perinatal Training Programme, contact our exclusive sales agents, T2.

To read the press release from SKGH, please click here.

 

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