AMI Healthcare Group and GAD International company have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to manage hospitals in the Middle East.
Under the terms of the MoU, the companies will establish a strategic partnership to operate and manage hospitals as well as healthcare facilities principally in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the State of Kuwait, the Kingdom of Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.
Throughout the Middle East, AMI and GAD will work to address the increasing need for quality management services and healthcare delivery.
They will mainly focus on turn-key management of small, medium, and large capacity hospitals.
AMI and GAD will leverage their collective experience and resources to offer a comprehensive list of services.
With this, the companies will be able to deliver better outcomes for patients and achieve profitable operations.
AMI Healthcare Group president and CEO Joachim Kriegel said: “We at AMI believe that our many years of global healthcare management experience, our resources, and our international base of subject matter experts, gives us the ability to tailor our service delivery to the customs and cultures of the international locations in which we work, and will provide the quality and outcomes that we aim and expect to deliver.
“Our new partnership with GAD International brings together like-minded companies that seek to achieve and maintain excellence in service delivery.”
By combining its expertise in healthcare and healthcare management, GAD plans to create a long-term strategic partnership with AMI to offer better services in the GCC region.
GAD International founder and CEO Dr Ghannam Al-Dossari said: “With a shared commitment to transforming healthcare and providing seamless access to ‘state-of-the art hospitals’ and healthcare facilities that will include special services and ambulatory care, we at GAD-International are thrilled to have entered into a memorandum of understanding with AMI.”