Aster DM Healthcare looking for opportunities


The article says that Aster, the UAE homegrown entity which began as a small clinic in Bur Dubai 31 years ago, will remain committed to its maxim of providing quality, accessible and affordable healthcare to all classes in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait, India and the Philippines.

Guest-of-honour at the hospital inauguration was Dubai Health Authority director general Humaid Al Qutami.

Al Qutami said: "Increase in demand for quality health services due to Dubai’s rapid urban development, rise in demand for in-patient services and influx of medical tourists has necessitated the continued need to support and encourage the development of world-class healthcare delivery system."

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