19th November 2017 - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: Abu Dhabi Airports has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Healthpoint, part of Mubadala's network of healthcare providers, as its preferred healthcare partner. Healthpoint will provide premium medical services to Abu Dhabi Airports' staff and their families, and facilitate cooperation between both parties on other areas of potential collaboration.
The MOU was signed by Abdul Majeed Al Khoori, Acting Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi Airports, and Dr. Mai Al Jaber, Deputy Medical Director at Healthpoint, at Abu Dhabi Airports' headquarters.
As part of the new MOU, Healthpoint will be providing its multi-specialty services to Abu Dhabi Airports' employees, ensuring staff and their families receive the high-quality care and service they need in Abu Dhabi.
Abdul Majeed Al Khoori commented: “We are very happy to be collaborating with a leading healthcare provider to extend its world-class services to our employees. As Abu Dhabi marches towards excellence it is important that organizations within different industries cooperate to support each other's sustainable growth. It is through collaborations like this we will achieve the highest in performance standards across all our national economic sectors. We look forward to expanding our joint efforts with Healthpoint and other leading entities in Abu Dhabi.”
Dr. Mai Al Jaber, from Healthpoint, commented: “We are proud that Abu Dhabi Airports has chosen Healthpoint as its partner to help protect its most precious asset, its employees. This partnership represents another step forward in supporting the national vision to serve our local communities by providing world class healthcare right here in the UAE; reducing the need for patients to travel abroad for treatment.”
Dr. Mai added: “We look forward to working closely with Abu Dhabi Airports to provide access to the very best medical care for its employees and their families, and to develop practical guidance and workshops to help them to lead happier, more active and healthier lives.”