SAUDI GERMAN HOSPITAL - AJMAN
Saudi German Hospitals Group, Sharjah & Ajman to provide free surgeries to the needy & poor in UAE
This is the right time to provide this healthcare service for the people who are not able to afford the service’, said Dr. Reem Osman – Group CEO – Saudi German Hospitals Group UAE
Saudi German hospital Group, Sharjah and Ajman offers to provide free surgeries for the people who cannot afford the health care services in the UAE. ‘The group believes that access to quality healthcare is the birth right of every citizen in the world and Ramadan is the time of caring and sharing. This is the right time to provide this healthcare service for the people who are not able to afford the service’, said Dr. Reem Osman – Group CEO – Saudi German Hospitals Group UAE
The free surgeries will be done at Saudi German Hospital – Sharjah and Saudi German Hospital – Ajman. Both hospitals will provide free medical assistance, surgery and post- surgical care to the people who are in need.
Dr. Reem Osman also said, ‘This is one of the many humanitarian initiatives undertaken by Saudi German Hospitals Group – UAE. This initiative provides the underprivileged people an opportunity to lead a quality and healthy life for their family and society. SGH Sharjah and SGH Ajman will cover the complete costs of care provided’.
Dr. Reem Osman added that, these initiatives undertaken by the SGH Group are aligned with the vision and invitation of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE and Ruler of Abu Dhabi and Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum – Prime Minister and Vice President of the UAE & Ruler of Dubai to support the people and society who are really in need.
SGH Sharjah and SGH Ajman facilities provide state of the art facilities to the residents of northern emirates while addressing the gap in medical and surgical needs in the emirates.With hospitals in Dubai, Sharjah and now Ajman, Saudi German Hospitals – UAE, is one of the largest private hospitals group in United Arab Emirates by number of hospital beds and number of operating hospitals.