The EUS mission is to strengthen and promote the practice of urology medicine to improve the quality of life of the people of the UAE; support the promotion of healthcare awareness; foster maintaining high standards of care in urological medicine by facilitating access to the latest innovations and quality scientific and medical education to meet the needs of its members. EUS continuously aims to collect, collate and disseminate knowledge and innovations concerning the educational, research and service provision aspects of the urology practice by encouraging and supporting the development of academic organisations of urologist physicians and representing the UAE before regional and international organisations and at meetings and forums concerned with health and medical care.
Established in 2007, New Medical Centre Specialty Hospital Al Ain is a multi-specialty hospital providing quality and trusted healthcare services to the people of Al Ain and the surrounding areas. The hospital is affiliated with all major national as well as international insurance companies and enjoys direct billing facilities with the insurance companies and third party administrators (TPA).
AAU is a non-profit organization with a mission to connect all Arab national societies to provide their members a high standard level of education, research and clinical practice. AAU is represents a strong gathering of professionals and aims to provide the highest level of health care in Urology and assists Urologists in the region with keeping astride with updated and current knowledge and practices. The AAU also strives to seek out and develop on innovation and to improve the standard of activities and methodology in the region.
The Endourological Society is a non-profit organization founded in 1983 by a group of international urologists. The society was established in an effort to facilitate scientific dialogue among endourologists worldwide in the form of annual meetings, circulation of scientific literature, and surgical skill training courses/hands on laboratory sessions. The Endourological Society was founded after three successful annual meetings held in London (1983), Germany (1984), and USA (1985). The Society was officially instituted on May 1, 1984 and incorporated on April 18, 1985. Since then the society has sponsored annual meetings held at different sites of the world.
EAU Section of Uro-Technology (ESUT) deals with novel technological developments in the field of urology and their application in the clinical practice. Our main objective is to provide a collaborative and stimulating all-European platform for specialists engaged in the field of endourology. Originally established in 1999, the ESUT was the first section and full member of the EAU. Over the years, the ESUT has grown into a dynamic network of professionals who develop and support a wide range of programmes – independently as well as in collaboration with other EAU Sections, ESU and EUSP.