The agreement between Global and CHU Mohammed VI in Marrakech will help enhance staff preparation and clinical offerings in regenerative medicine
MIAMI LAKES, Florida— Stem Cells Training Inc., a subsidiary of the Global Stem Cells Group (GSCG), has announced that it has signed an onsite training agreement with Centre Hospitalo-Universitaire Mohammed VI Marrakech (CHU). GSCG faculty will travel to Marrakech, Morocco to provide this invaluable two-day training to CHU’s staff on February 14 and 15, 2020.
The agreement names the GSCG as CHU’s provider of training for the facility’s regenerative medicine staff. Through the deal, the GSCG will provide preparation and education in the latest regenerative medicine techniques and stem cells protocols, focusing on those utilizing adult stem cells and birth tissue derived from stem cells. In addition to on-site training, the agreement also names the GSCG as CHU’s provider for all necessary equipment to implement regenerative medicine treatments.
The additional training and supplies offered through the agreement will allow CHU to incorporate the industry’s most effective stem cells protocols into the hospital’s treatment options.
The Centre Hospitalo-Universitaire Mohammed VI is a regional leader in quality patient care, student education, physician training, and innovative medical research. Located in Marrakech, CHU provides the bustling city with short-, medium-, and long-range care solutions. Counted among its innovative institutional projects, CHU’s Culture and Health program is committed to making the hospital a more human environment for patients seeking care.
“The agreement between the Global Stem Cells Group and the Centre Hospitalo-Universitaire Mohammed VI Marrakech is an important one for both partners,” said Benito Novas, CEO of the Global Stem Cells Group. “As a university institution, CHU is interested in leading clinical trials to prove the safety and efficacy of regenerative medicine treatment protocols—something the GSCG has a vested interest in. This agreement will allow us to train hospital staff to offer cutting-edge treatments to patients in Morocco while helping stem cells treatments gain more traction globally, making them more viable options for physicians to incorporate into their practices.”
With the newly signed agreement, the GSCG continues to advance its mission to expand its presence across the global, especially focusing on North America and the Middle East. Physicians looking to grow their practices by offering regenerative medicine treatments can benefit from the GSCG’s trainings, which are conveniently held onsite at physicians’ home facilities, no matter where they are located globally.
To learn more about the onsite training opportunities offered by the Global Stem Cells Group, visit https://www.stemcelltraining.net/onsitetraining/. To learn more about the Centre Hospitalo-Universitaire Mohammed VI Marrakech, visit www.chumarrakech.ma.