Gulf-based industrialist awarded honorary doctorate



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Published — Thursday 15 November 2012

Last update 15 November 2012 6:52 am

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JEDDAH: A Gulf-based Indian industrialist specializing in the health care field was awarded an honorary doctorate by the Open International University for Complementary Medicines in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
K.T. Rabiullah, chairman of the Al-Shifa Al-Jazeerah Medical Group, was recognized for his dedicated service in the field of health care and humanitarianism. The award will be officially presented to Rabiullah at the World Congress of Integrated Medicine in the Sri Lankan capital on Nov. 23.
K.T. Rabiullah has been striving to make the medical treatment affordable to expatriate workers and Saudi citizens for many years. The medical group hospitals are spread over the entire Gulf region including Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait and Oman.

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