The UAE-based VPS Healthcare has launched  Burjeel Holdings to consolidate its healthcare offerings in the UAE, Oman, and across the GCC.

 Building on VPS Healthcare’s legacy of offering a continuum of care throughout its network of hospitals, specialised clinics, and allied services, this intermediary holding company was launched on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos.

VPS Healthcare chairman and managing director Dr. Shamsheer Vayalil said: “Burjeel Holdings enables us to consolidate our healthcare offerings under one platform to create an integrated ecosystem, which will continue our vision to offer end-to-end health solutions under a single window.

“As we embark on our expansion journey, the platform will provide the foundation to scale up operations in new geographies in the GCC and beyond. It will also enable us to take strategic corporate actions needed to drive our future growth.

“We are proud to launch this exciting next phase of growth on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos as a representation of our vision to explore, expand, and grow our capabilities.”

Burjeel Holdings will run around 60 assets across a variety of brands, including Burjeel Hospitals, Medeor Hospital, LLH Hospital, Lifecare Hospital, and Tajmeel.

In the UAE, Burjeel Medical City is claimed to be the largest privately-owned hospital.

It is also claimed to be the only ESMO-accredited centre.

Besides having ‘world-class’ centres’, Burjeel Holdings consolidates diagnostic network and cancer centre in the UAE.