Delve into a comprehensive collection of media articles from around the world, shedding light on the remarkable journey of Sir Professor Magdi Yacoub, the groundbreaking achievements of the Aswan Heart Centre, and the pioneering Global Heart Centre’s mission to revolutionize cardiovascular care. Explore these insightful articles to gain a deeper understanding of our commitment to transforming the landscape of heart health globally.

There is nothing more heartbreaking than seeing a loved one suffer. Unfortunately, each year, thousands of patients have to travel long distances all across Egypt to get proper treatment, leaving their lives and loved ones behind.
The foundation holds workshops in a number of subspecialties of heart diseases and surgeries, with a focus on complex interventions and surgeries.
Construction has begun on a new heart hospital in Egypt by Foster + Partners. Named the Magdi Yacoub Global Heart Centre, the project is designed to help speed up the healing process by offering patients a cool and lush landscape to recover in.
Under-consturction Magdi Yacoub Global Heart Centre in Cairo will be an advanced healthcare facility that will triple the number of outpatients that the organization can serve.
NGO dedicated to offering free-of-charge medical services to the Egyptian people chooses premise-based advanced comms platform to underpin each layer of communication at new facility
Aswan Heart Center was established in 2009 through the Magdi Yacoub Foundation, after 11 years of engagement with Egyptian children through Abul Riche Children’s hospital in Cairo.
Construction has begun on the Magdi Yacoub Global Heart Centre Cairo, the newest outpost of the Aswan Heart Centre founded by Egyptian surgeon Sir Magdi Yacoub, with the project being designed by Foster + Partners.
Leading Egyptian Heart Surgeon Magdi Yacoub announced, in a press conference on Friday, a new campaign to raise awareness about Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) that cause death to about 17.5 million people worldwide each year.
Renowned Egyptian heart surgeon Professor Magdi Yacoub has announced he will perform surgeries for Arab children free of charge in Oman, state-owned Al-Ahram reported.
The surgeon who operated on the world’s longest-surviving heart transplant patient has said surviving “in excess of 30 years” was “remarkable”.