Here at the German Heart Centre, we strive for excellence. Each member of our team is hand-picked based on several merits, trustworthiness, and commitment for top-quality cardiovascular care.
Ever since joining us in 2015, Professor Dr. Uwe Klima has proven to be a valuable member of the German Heart Centre. As a leading cardiac-thoracic and vascular surgeon in Dubai, he delivers the highest quality of heart care consultation and invasive surgery.
In 2017, Professor Dr. Uwe Klima was appointed as the Managing Chairman and Medical Director of the German Heart Centre. Since then, he has continued to collect honorary achievements. Due to his commitment towards his field of work and extensive experience, Professor Dr. Uwe Klima was also appointed as the Doctor of Trust for the Austrian Embassy in the UAE in 2019. In 2021, he was also appointed as the Doctor of Trust for the Swiss Embassy in the UAE.
What qualifications and achievements has Professor Dr. Uwe Klima garnered in order to receive this honorary position? Let us take a brief look at his medical history, qualifications, and achievements.
Professor Dr. Uwe Klima was born on July 1, 1964, in Vienna, Austria. He holds a medical degree from the University of Vienna, and a PhD from the Hannover Medical School, Germany.
In addition to this, he has held the position of a resident and fellow in some of the world’s most prestigious hospitals and clinics including the Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Max Kade Foundation, and the Hannover Medical School in Germany.
His major area of research includes stem cells and tissue engineering, valve repair, cardio protection, heart failure and valve surgery implantation techniques. Thanks to his diverse upbringing and education, he is fluent in both English and German.
As the number one cardiac-thoracic and vascular surgeons in Dubai, Professor Dr. Uwe Klima performs advanced surgical procedures at affiliated hospitals in Dubai and provides valuable second opinions for patients considering invasive surgery.
Since 2015, Professor Dr. Uwe Klima has been an integral part of the German Heart Centre’s team of certified cardiologists in Dubai. In 2017, he was appointed as the Managing Chairman and Medical Director of GHC. Today, he continues to provide our patients with top-notch cardiovascular care, consultation, and invasive cardiac-thoracic and vascular surgery.
Professor Dr. Uwe Klima is renowned around the world as a leading cardiac-thoracic and vascular surgeon. He has studied and worked in countries including United States, Austria, Germany, and the UAE.
Throughout his career, he has attended to thousands of patients, providing world-class cardiovascular care. In addition to this, he has an amazing track record for performing invasive heart surgery, with impeccable success rates.
People from all around the world trust Professor Dr. Uwe Klima as their certified cardiologist in Dubai. In fact, he is considered a life savior by many.
With an impressive history and dedication towards the field of cardiology, it is no wonder that Professor Dr. Uwe Klima has been given the title of Doctor of Trust in the Swiss and Austrian Embassy. Congratulations, Professor Dr. Uwe Klima.
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