Dubai | An NRI founded healthcare facility has inaugurated a 100-bed hospital in Dubai to meet the growing demands of super-speciality care by providing holistic treatment to the residents in the Gulf emirate. The new branch of Aster DM Healthcare was inaugurated by UAE Minister of Health Abdul Rahman Mohammed Al Owais at Mankhool-Bur locality here.
The hospital will cater to the growing demands for super- speciality care by providing holistic treatment to the residents, the healthcare’s founder Azad Moopen, a native of Kerala and Delhi University alumnus said yesterday. With nearly three decades in the healthcare sector, the Dubai-based group operates over 239 health facilities across the Middle East and India.
We developed the Hospital guided by the need for superior medical service offerings and beds to improve patient experience. As a healthcare network, we significantly contribute to the UAE medical sector by means of the three different brands we are proud of- Medicare, Aster and Access.
These facilities offer primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary care meeting the requirement of people from a cross section of the society, Moopen, Chairman and Managing Director of the healthcare said. The Hospital also has a speciality mother and neonatal care unit to provide tertiary level care during pregnancy and to premature babies, especially critically-ill neonates, Alisha Moopen, Director of Aster DM Healthcare said.
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