Dr. Mohamed Nanji’s Surgical Centres Inc receives major contract from Alberta Health Services

Calgary Eye Surgery Facility Set for Explosive Growth

CALGARY, April 6 /CNW/ – Following a recent decision by Alberta Health Services to award 70 per cent of Calgary’s non-hospital ophthalmologic surgical services to Surgical Centres Inc. (SCI), the respected facility has already begun its expansion plans. SCI will now offer surgical procedures to patients of 19 local ophthalmologists, up from nine surgeons previously. To accommodate the increase in annual procedures from 2,500 to more than 6,000, SCI currently has five operating theatres available, with a plan to open a newly consolidated state-of-the-art multi-theatre facility within a few weeks.

“We are very proud to be given this recognition and are extremely well positioned to meet the needs of Calgarians requiring eye surgery,” said Dr. Mohamed Nanji, SCI Medical Director. “The good news is that this consolidation of services will allow more people to get procedures they need, while also reducing wait times.”

Dr. G.M. Nanji, President and CEO

Dr. Mohamed Nanji is a founding partner, and current President and CEO of Surgical Centres Inc. (SCI), a private healthcare company that has been committed to providing excellence in day care surgery, medical diagnostics, and research initiatives in four locations across western Canada since 1988.

The growth experienced over the past 20 plus years by SCI, can be attributed to Dr.Nanji’s vision and his commitment to building relationships with investors, talented staff, physicians and surgeon, and partners in the healthcare industry throughout BC and AB.

Prior to building SCI, Dr Nanji attended the University of Nairobi (Kenya) where he earned his medical degree in 1985. He then started his Anesthesia residency in Syracuse, New York and completed his residency after moving to Calgary. He also has his American Boards in Anesthesiology and is a Member of the Institute of Corporate Directors of Canada.

In addition to operating a full practice of Anesthesia in Calgary, and leading the way for Surgical Centres Inc., Dr. Nanji is the Assistant Clinical Professor of Anesthesia with the University of Calgary.

Today, Dr Nanji and his wife, Shenaaz, a children’s author, are empty nesters living in Calgary.

http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/archive/April2010/06/c7858.html
http://www.surgicalcentres.com/team.html

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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