Digital Dewa, the digital arm of DEWA, said it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Burjeel Holdings, one of the UAE’s leading healthcare service providers.
The agreement, designed to facilitate access to uninsured health care, further strengthens both organizations’ commitment to improving the well-being of their employees and members.
The agreement was signed by Marwan Bin Haidar, Deputy Chairman and Group CEO of Digital Dewa, and Bruno Dsouza, Regional Chief Operating Officer (Dubai and Northern UAE) of Burjeel Holdings, in the presence of several other dignitaries and dignitaries.
The MoU covers a number of prestigious medical institutions under Burjeel Holdings, including Burjeel Hospital for Advanced Surgery in Dubai, Burjeel Specialist Hospital in Sharjah and Medeor Hospital in Dubai.
“We are delighted to enter into this transformative partnership with Burjeel Holdings, which underscores our commitment to improving access to healthcare. Through our partnership, we aim to enhance the healthcare experience for our members and provide We serve to contribute to the well-being of the community,” said Marwan Bin Haidar, Engineer, Deputy Chairman and Group Chief Executive Officer, Digital Dewa.
Under the terms of the agreement, Digital Dewa and its subsidiaries will receive a generous 35% discount on various medical services provided at Burjeel Holding’s facilities.
The discount applies to all members of Digital Dewa and its subsidiaries for inpatient and outpatient clinics, dental treatments, laboratories, ophthalmology, audiology, radiology, dermatology and maternity.
Bruno Dsouza, Burjeel Holdings Regional Chief Operating Officer (Dubai and Northern UAE), said the MoU underpins its commitment to high-quality care and reflects the group’s mission to contribute to the well-being of the communities we serve .
“We believe that our partnership with Digital Dewa will significantly enhance the healthcare experience for beneficiaries of these services,” he added.trade arab news agency