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Establishing an Anatomic Pathology Laboratory at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi.

- The Department of Anatomic Pathology is a division of the Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Institute at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. The hospital offers the same model of care as its US-based counterpart the Cleveland Clinic, established in 1921 in Cleveland, Ohio. Pathology services at Cleveland Clinic are internationally acclaimed: the endeavor for Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi was to create a parallel facility, with the same standards in a greenfield start-up environment.


Charles E. Locke Jr. (1895-1929): the founder of neurosurgery at the Cleveland Clinic.

The Cleveland Clinic was established in 1921 under the direction of 4 experienced and iconic physicians: George Crile, Frank Bunts, William Lower, and John Phillips. The Clinic initially employed a staff of only 6 surgeons, 4 internists, 1 radiologist, and 1 biophysicist, but Crile was quick to realize the need for broadening its scope of practice. He asked his close friend, Harvey Cushing, for assistance in finding a suitable candidate to establish a department of neurosurgery at the Cleveland Clinic. With...

Establishing a Clinical Laboratory in a Tertiary/Quaternary Care Greenfield Hospital in the Middle East: Recounting the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi Experience.

- This review chronicles the establishment of a clinical laboratory in Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, a greenfield tertiary/quaternary care hospital in the United Arab Emirates. It discusses the challenges faced, solutions sought, and lessons learned and shares insights and pitfalls that may be encountered in such an undertaking.


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