The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) signed three Memorandums of Understanding (MoU) with Prime Hospital, ProVita International Medical Center and International Modern Hospital on Tuesday.
The three MoU’s are part of the authority’s strategy to partner with the private sector to provide the public with the best medical services possible.
His Excellency Humaid Al Qatami, Chairman of the Board and Director General of the DHA signed the MoU with Dr Kishan Pakkal, CEO of International Modern Hospital, Dr Jamil Ahmad Managing Director of Prime Healthcare Group and Michael Davis, Chief Executive Officer ProVita International Medical Center.
Al Qatami said that providing the best care for the public is a joint responsibility for both the public and private sector, which is why the authority strives to partner with the private sector to better serve patients effectively and efficiently, while maintain high quality standards.
The MoU aims to facilitate the transfer of patients who need long term care and depend of ventilators—between the DHA and the hospitals and medical centers who signed the MoU.
The hospital officials said they are looking forward to collaborating with the DHA believing that together they can provide quality health services that can achieve a happier and healthier society.
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