Day Al-Ittihad – Health and Olympic Games – Partnership – Quality – Medical



Rashid Al Qubaisi and Rashid Abdullah at the signing of the agreement (from the source)

Rashid Al Qubaisi and Rashid Abdullah at the signing of the agreement (from the source)

Ati Dhabi (Al Ittihad)

The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) has signed with the Supreme Committee a Special Olympics host agreement in Abu Dhabi 2019 to provide high-quality health care to participants of the world's largest humanitarian project. Medical and technical staff, including medical specialists and consultants, nurses, physiotherapists, nutritionists, headquarters and command center officers and ambulatory fleets, with their crews equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment and distributed throughout the event.
The agreement was signed by Rashid Al Qubaisi, Executive Vice President of Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) and Rashed Abdullah, Abu Dhabi 2019 Special Olympics Business Abu Dhabi (AAP), which included areas of cooperation between the two parties and a coordination mechanism during the event.
Rashid Al Qubaisi stressed the commitment of the company to provide high-quality health care in line with the highest international standards for patients with medical facilities throughout the Abu Dhabi emirate.
He expressed his pride that SEHA is a partner of the most important global humanitarian event of Special Olympics.
"The healthcare provider will provide specialist healthcare professionals who will provide health care to participants in this global event for people with mental disabilities who need special attention." SEHA has the ability to provide all the requirements and requirements of medical, technical and administrative staff, This category ».
Dr. Marwan Al Kaabi, director of the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA), said that the company, with all its administrative, health and technical staff, will be at the highest level of readiness to provide excellent health care for this world-renowned event.
"The MOU and Abu Dhabi Health Services will step up efforts to provide the best health services to all athletes participating in the Special Olympics world games," said Rashid Abdullah. "This agreement is the result of cooperation between the two parties and their commitment to mobilize everyone. Delivering innovative and high-quality services to Special Olympic Games participants Rashed Abdullah explained that the partnership will have a significant positive impact on the provision of differentiated health care and healthcare system improvement for the country's stakeholders the end of the special Olympics.
The services to be provided by the company under the contract include all competitions, ceremonies and closing ceremonies, non-sponsorship events and subsequent events organized by the local Organizing Committee for Special Olympics.

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