Dr. Hasnain Motiwala (right) along with a top cleric of Bohra community poses for a photograph.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
A 34-year-old Homeopath pediatrician from India, first from the Dawoodi Bohra community, became the latest receiver of the UAE Golden Visa.
Dr Hasnain Motiwala has been successfully practicing in the UAE for the past seven years.
He is currently practicing at Al Diyafa Modern Medical Centre and Aqua clinic in Dubai.
“This is truly a moment of pride for my family and for my community in the UAE. I would sincerely like to thank the UAE government and the leadership for this recognition and for giving me this honour,” said Dr. Motiwala.
Motiwala is all praises for the UAE healthcare sector and the developments made, says the industry is evolving at a fast pace and as a medical professional he feels fortunate to have the privilege to practice in a country as diverse and dynamic as the UAE.
He is proud of the fact he has had the good fortune of calling the UAE his home for many years.
Motiwala hopes to inspire budding medical students to pursue Homeopathy and continue setting higher benchmarks in this field.
Dr Motiwala has completed his graduation from the renowned Motiwala Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital in India.
Moreover, his success in the management of pediatric cases lured him to pursue his Post Graduation in Pediatrics from the reputed Maharashtra University of Health Sciences in Mumbai.
Motiwala has helped and treated many patients both young and old from skin disorders like Eczema and Psoriasis, and chronic diseases like Diabetes, among others.
On an average he receives around 15-20 patients per day, mostly through referrals.
The service under which an entry permit is issued for a period of 6 months, which can be also extended for a similar period to facilitate the completion of procedures for obtaining a golden residency.
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