Shaeer family is a group of distinguished Egyptian physicians, working in the field of health care, particularly infertility, impotence and other reproductive and sexual disorders of the male an female. Comprising several professors at Cairo University, Egypt, the family is considered as an authority in the field, delivering medical education and research in the field, with over 40 international publications and several textbook chaters:
The group holds several hospitals operating in the fields of Andrology and Gynecology and has recently expanded operation to the construction of a 12600 m2 general hospital in one of the most important locations in Egypt; the Sixth of October City.
The first of our establishments; Kamal Shaeer Hospital, is one of the most distinguished IVF/Male health centers worldwide. It was established in 1996 and completely renovated in 2000 then again in 2016, and located in a central and busy area of the capital; Dokki district; Giza. It has been recognized by the European Academy of Andrology as the only accredited training center in the Middle East:
The establishment holds three state of the art operating theaters and an up to date IVF laboratory, among other laboratory and imaging services:
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The second of our establishments is Kamal Shaeer Hospital – Luxor, a facility focused on medical tourism, located at one of Egypt’s most fabulous and most sought touristic sites; the Southern city of Luxor, a walking distance from the World's most magnificent monuments and scenes. It offers the same line of services as its predecessor and at the same level of excellence and quality.
The group’s latest projects is the largest. Al Kamal Hospital - October is located in the heart of 6th of October city, Giza, Egypt, a satellite town and part of the urban area of Cairo, Egypt, 32 km (20 miles) outside the city connected to the city by a high quality high way, with an underground metro under construction. It has a population ranging between some 185,000 in the city to an estimated 500,000 inhabitants in the wider area. The main theme of the city is luxurious settlements and wide roads. It hosts seven private universities and elite hospitals. The 
Al Kamal Hospital is constructed on a land area of 5,626 m2, and a construction area of 12,600 m2 (including the parking area), divided into three floors, a basement and roof utilities. The hospital is almost fully constructed. Designed by a reputable specialist in hospital design, it is constructed in three concentric cylinders, with the facilities requiring highest sterilization grade on the inside and out patient clinics and in-patient rooms on the outside. In the design, a bunker for radiotherapy and related facilities is included, as well as a large lecture room. It is intended to be an all-specialty hospital, with emphasis on oncology, ICU and infertility services, to serve the high demand in Egypt.
The hospital is planned to be a multi-disciplinary facility offering the full range of medical services, medical and surgical. The hospital is currently fully constructed, pending equipping and operation.

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