To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Shiekh Zayed, leading global healthcare provider NMC Healthcare will provide for free cutting-edge medical treatment to 100 child refugees worldwide suffering serious heart conditions.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates-Sunday, May 6th 2018 [ AETOS Wire ]
Leading global healthcare provider NMC Healthcare today revealed a commitment to treat 100 child refugees with heart conditions globally. The children will receive treatment in NMC’s wide network of industry-leading medical facilities around the world.
NMC Healthcare made the pledge as part of the 100-year anniversary of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan; Shiekh Zayed, the founding father of the United Arab Emirates. Sheikh Zayed was renowned for his passion for ensuring the health and wellbeing of people worldwide.
Executive Vice Chairman, NMC Health Plc, Khalifa Butti Bin Omeir said that the treatment the children will receive is a continuation of the legacy created by Sheikh Zayed.
“Our late father of the Nation, Sheikh Zayed was driven by a belief that all people should enjoy the utmost health and wellbeing,” said Mr.Bin Butti.
“NMC Healthcare is proud to help continue our father’s vision by offering our advanced medical services to child refugees around the world. We look forward to providing each child who receives treatment with a lifetime of health, wellbeing and happiness, as this would have undoubtably been the desire of our late father.” He added.
The children will receive the much-needed treatment for a variety of serious heart conditions across the countries.
The year 2018 has been dedicated as the 'Year of Zayed' in the UAE to commemorate the 100th birthday of the region’s late founding father Sheikh Zayed, who laid the foundations for a strong state that has earned global reputation, in particular in the healthcare, technology, education and finance sectors.
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