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Officials at the signing ceremony

Dubai to set up new dialysis centre for poor

DUBAI, April 17, 2018

The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) and Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a dialysis centre, worth Dh30 million ($8.16 million), in Al Twar area, in Dubai, UAE.

This is in line with Dubai government’s efforts to collaborate with other authorities and government entities to provide the best health, social and humanitarian services, said Humaid Al Qutami, chairman of the board and director general of DHA after signing the deal with Dr Hamad Al Shibani, director general of the Dubai Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department.

Al Qutami pointed out that DHA was keen on collaborating with different entities that shared the goals of the Dubai government and vision in order to achieve customer satisfaction.

"This partnership would provide the best prevention and treatment services for kidney disease to people with limited means who need regular dialysis, with the support of the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department," he added.

On the deal, Dr Al Shaibani, said his department was committed to the responsibilities and services to the community and its members, especially the patients.

He pointed out that the department was keen to build bridges of co-operation and strengthen its relations with all institutions to achieve the Dubai government'sd desired goals, and promote a climate of decent and safe living for all members of society.-TradeArabia News Service

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