Abu Dhabi Holding (ADQ) has entered into an agreement to merge a number of companies with Pure Health to create the largest healthcare service provider in the United Arab Emirates.
According to Arabiya Net, the agreement stipulates the merging of the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) and the National Health Insurance Company (Daman) within Pure Health, according to a statement issued by the company.
In addition, Tamouh Healthcare, the Yas Clinic Group, and the Abu Dhabi Stem Cell Center will join Pure Health, which provides a diverse range of services including hospital management, laboratory services, medical supplies and health information services.
The integrated health care system of Pure Health will contribute significantly to the health care sector in the United Arab Emirates, in achieving its goal of raising the levels of health services to ensure the health of citizens and residents. The network will also allow patients to benefit from a variety of medical expertise and premium healthcare services.
In this context, Mohamed Hassan Al-Suwaidi, CEO of ADQ Holding, said: By integrating a number of our portfolio companies into the new platform, Pure Health will play an essential role. In providing leading healthcare services in the country. We are working to enhance efficiency to create the largest healthcare network based on medical excellence in the UAE, through advanced services, good spending on healthcare, and raising efficiency levels in all network operations. The consolidation of the business of the most prominent medical centers and the leading health insurance company in the country will contribute to developing a scalable healthcare platform and achieving continuous growth.
Mohammed Thani Murshid Al Rumaithi, Chairman of Alpha Holdings, said: "This unique ecosystem combines technology and healthcare, creating a scalable platform for international growth." . It also cements the country's leading position and provides value to our investors. In the future, Pure Health will seek to take advantage of global expansion opportunities to diversify its portfolio and build on its success in the UAE.
Farhan Malik, Managing Director and CEO of Pure Health, said: “Pure Health will remain committed to providing transparent and accessible health services as we build the largest healthcare services platform Integrated health in the UAE. We are confident that health care is important and in need of continuous development. From this standpoint, our vision was formed about extending the life of humanity, as we seek to enhance human health and to work continuously so that the people of the country enjoy a long life and good health.
ADQ Holdings will become the largest ViPure Health shareholder, and other shareholders include Alpha Abu Dhabi Holdings Limited, Global Holdings Limited, AH Capital and Ataa Financial Investments.< /p>