Nasser Al Huqbani delivers the ambulance to Khalifa Hassan Al Darrai in Dubai
As a token of appreciation for the tireless service rendered by the Dubai Corporation for Ambulances (DCAS), Dr Sulaiman Al Habib Medical Group handed over the keys of a First Reporter Ambulance to the organisation. Mr. Nasser Al Huqbani President and CEO of Dr Sulaiman Al Habib Medical Group delivered the ambulance to Mr. Khalifa Hassan Abdul Karim Al Darrai, Executive Director of DCAS.
The DCAS has been particularly proactive during the pandemic, with a dedicated team of their paramedic staff working round-the-clock transporting patients to public and private hospitals.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Al Huqbani praised the stellar role of DCAS in delivering ambulance services with a high level of professionalism and quality care.
Mr. Al Darrai said he was honoured to receive this token of appreciation and praised Dr Sulaiman Al Habib Medical group and was happy to foster strategic alliances with a hospital that provided the highest standards of care, when receiving sick cases from paramedics. All of these contributed generously to achieving the humanitarian mission of the Corporation.
In line with its commitment towards ensuring the health, safety, and happiness of its employees, the DCAS signed a new strategic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Dr. Sulaiman Al Habib Medical Group. The move looks towards providing the best medical, diagnostic and therapeutic services and the highest level of healthcare to DCAS employees.
The ceremony was held at the DCAS premises and attended by representatives from both facilities.
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