Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC) subsidiary du has signed a new partnership agreement with Fakeeh University Hospital, under which the latter will serve as the exclusive healthcare provider for all du employees and members.
During the signing, Dr. Fatih Mehmet Gul, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Fakeeh University Hospital, said: “This is an exciting moment for us as we further establish ourselves as a leading center of medical excellence and patient-centric care in the country. In becoming the exclusive healthcare provider for all du employees and members, we extend our 43-year legacy with the aim of continuously building strong and lasting relationships within the communities we serve.”
He added, “We have embraced innovation, which combined with our expertise has allowed us to ensure that medical excellence is at the heart of everything we do. Our team of doctors are driven by their passion to deliver positive patient outcomes, and through our integrated healthcare model using smart technologies, we reaffirm our commitment to making a positive contribution to the development of the healthcare sector in the UAE.
The agreement confirms the major UAE telco provider’s long-term commitment to ensuring its people’s health, safety, and happiness. They will implement and maintain internal sustainability initiatives that support staff well-being as a key organizational objective in collaboration with Fakeeh.
Dr. Mansoor Anwar Habib, Senior Director of Sustainability and Well-Being at du, and Dr. Fatih Mehmet Gul, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Fakeeh University Hospital, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to formalize the two parties’ new cooperation.
Du workers and teams have quick access to world-class healthcare services and benefits. Customized health and wellness packages, priority medical treatment on the grounds of Fakeeh University Hospital, 24/7 teleconsultation and urgent care, seasonal and preventive vaccinations, COVID-19 immunizations, PCR services, and home-based healthcare services are among them. Health awareness events, remote patient monitoring for chronic conditions, and financial reductions with chosen medical cards are among the additional incentives offered under the new MoU.