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Senior Glasgow doctor wins international award

07 Mar 2018

Dr Hany Eteiba, College Vice President (Medical), has been awarded the International Lifetime Achievement Award at the 45th Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Society of Cardiology

Dr Hany Eteiba, the Vice President (Medical) of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow has been awarded the International Lifetime Achievement Award at the 45th Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Society of Cardiology: CardioEgypt 2018 in Cairo, Egypt last week (1st March 2018).

Dr Eteiba is Director of the division of Regional and National Medicine , Associate Medical Director at the Golden Jubilee Hospital, a Consultant Interventional Cardiologist at Glasgow Royal Infirmary and senior clinical senior lecturer at the University of Glasgow’s Cardiology Department.

Speaking after receiving the award, Dr Eteiba said:

“I have spent more than 20 years working with healthcare professionals from across the globe on behalf of Scottish patients, so it’s an honour and a privilege to be presented with this prestigious award. This was totally unexpected and is hugely appreciated

“While I’m proud to now call Scotland home, I’m deeply touched and delighted to be recognised by my fellow Egyptian cardiologists in this way.”

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