Clemenceau Medical Center (CMC)
In early 2002, Johns Hopkins Medicine International began a relationship with Plaza Real Estate Company, S.A.L. (PREC) to help them create a center of excellence to serve the healthcare needs of the people of Lebanon and the surrounding region. After nearly four years, the Clemenceau Medical Center in Beirut, Lebanon, officially opened its doors on February 2006 during a during a formal ceremony attended by the Prime Minister of Lebanon and other dignitaries.
Clemenceau Medical Center (CMC) is a state-of-the-art, multi-specialty medical center and the first such facility in the Middle East to be affiliated with Johns Hopkins Medicine International (JHM International). Some of the features at CMC include: nine operating rooms, same-day surgery unit, a state-of-the-art diagnostic and imaging center.
The JHM International and CMC affiliation involves collaborations in the areas of clinical program development, patient safety and quality of care management services, educational programs for physicians, nurses and technical staff and human resource development.
To date, Johns Hopkins Medicine International has provided the following services and programs to Clemenceau Medical Cent