Abdali Hospital’s founder receives the prestigious international Atlantic Council’s Business Leadership Award
Abdali Hospital’s founder and vice chairman, Mr. Ahmad Abu Ghazaleh, received the first-ever Atlantic Council’s Rafik Hariri Center Business Entrepreneurship Award for the Middle East. This is a prestigious award, in recognition of Mr. Abu Ghazaleh’s contribution to entrepreneurship in Jordan and the region, and his specific role in leading Abdali Hospital.
During the ceremony, Mr. Ahmad was recognized alongside three other impactful figures from the MENA region, including Sir Magdi Yacoub who received the Social Impact Award and Ms. Fatma Said, who received the Artistic Excellence Award. The late Dame Zaha Hadid was recognized with a special tribute for her pioneering architectural work.
Mr. Abu Ghazaleh said “I am honored to receive this award, which is a testimony to the work of our team, driven by our purpose to serve our patients to the best of our capability. I thank the continuous support of our funders and partners. I am proud and grateful for this recognition extensive to our entire community”.
The distinguished awards ceremony took place at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, in the presence of international political, business, and social leaders with an interest in the Middle East.
The Atlantic Council’s Rafik Hariri Center’s mission is to understand trends and educate the transatlantic community about the changes underway, offer policy recommendations, and sponsor impactful programs that can help unlock the human and economic potential of the region.
Abdali Hospital is a 200-bed multi-specialty hospital, with the mission to provide best-practice patient-centered care and to promote research and education in MENA. We provide healthcare in over 20 specialties with a high degree of sub specialization and standard of quality. We are digitally enabled through the Kube, our proprietary EMR.