Aster is one of the leading healthcare service providers in the UAE and the region.
DUBAI: Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, The Department of Economic Development (DED) organised the 25th Annual Dubai Business Excellence Awards, to recognise outstanding pursuit of excellence in business practices in 2018.
Aster DM Healthcare, one of the leading healthcare service providers in the UAE and the region, picked up four recognitions of distinction at the coveted Business Excellence Awards under the healthcare category.
Dr Azad Moopen, Founder Chairman and Managing Director, Aster DM Healthcare said, “Aster and Medcare try to usher in world-class medical care to the population of UAE. We are driven by innovation for service and clinical excellence. We constantly strive to set the highest benchmarks in patient care with a motto to make quality healthcare accessible and affordable.
We are honoured that our efforts have been recognised by The Department of Economic Development in Dubai which strengthens our endeavour to continuously look for opportunities to live up to the vision of the Rulers of Dubai that there is no finishing line in the journey for excellence.”
Medcare Hospital, a premium healthcare brand under the Aster DM Healthcare umbrella, was awarded the Dubai Quality Award, while Medcare Orthopedics and Spine Hospital received the Dubai Quality Appreciation award, for demonstrating continued excellence in performance enhancement for patient care.
Aster Clinics received the Dubai Quality Appreciation Award for successful implementation of the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) model which promotes business excellence supporting delivery of quality care to patients. Aster Pharmacy has won the Dubai Service Excellence Awards under the Health & Wellness Sector.
The Dubai Business Excellence Award has been considered as one of the highest recognitions in the region for attaining business excellence. It recognizes winners under four categories: Dubai Quality Award (DQA), Dubai Human Development Award (DHDA), Dubai Service Excellence Scheme (DSES) and Emirates Business Rating Scheme.
Aster DM Healthcare Limited is one of the largest private healthcare service providers operating in multiple GCC states and is an emerging healthcare player in India. With an inherent emphasis on clinical excellence the company is one of the few entities in the world with a strong presence across primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary healthcare through its 21 hospitals, 113 clinics and 219 pharmacies.
These are manned by our 17,800+ employees from across the geographies that we are present in, delivering on a simple yet strong promise to its people: “We’ll treat you well.” We reach out to all economic segments in the GCC states through our differentiated healthcare services across the “Aster”, “Medcare” and “Access” brands.
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