GCC’s Avivo targets medical travellers with complex care needs


The healthcare services provider is looking for mergers, acquisitions and new partnerships.

The group is redefining itself with a new business model and moving towards super speciality healthcare for future growth,’ said Dilshaad Ali, chief executive of Avivo Group. ‘We believe that although general healthcare remains relatively attractive for some in the industry, we reviewed our business strategies and have decided to focus our resources on bridging the gap in complexity management.’

Ali explained that most of the group’s general healthcare assets will be transformed into specialty clinics, ‘We will also relook at the existing specialities that do not fulfil the current demographic needs,’ he added.

Avivo has begun strategic initiatives to work with super specialty providers in the healthcare sector from around the world and said that it is already in discussions with several global providers.

Avivo Group currently offers a range of both general and specialised healthcare services across a number of its facilities including two hospitals, 20 clinics, 11 dental centres, six pharmacies, six distribution centres and two diagnostic facilities.



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