Mediclinic Middle East inks strategic deal with dnata Travel Management

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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UAE’s leading private healthcare provider Mediclinic Middle East has partnered with dnata Travel Management, a division of the dnata Travel Group, to provide seamless travel service options for all international travelers seeking medical treatment in the Emirates.

Mediclinic Middle East is part of Mediclinic International, a private hospital group with three operating platforms in Southern Africa (South Africa and Namibia), Switzerland, and the UAE. Mediclinic Middle East operates seven hospitals and more than 20 clinics in the Emirates.

According to the company, the agreement includes travel management services for Mediclinic Middle East employees, who can benefit from the unique products and services offered by dnata Travel Management.

Ahmed Ali
Ahmed Ali
Executive Director
Mediclinic Middle East

“With a broad range of preventative and therapeutic healthcare services provided at JCI-accredited facilities by internationally qualified and experienced doctors, Mediclinic Middle East is committed to supporting the UAE Government’s focus on increasing healthcare tourism into the UAE.  This partnership with dnata ensures that patients can expect a complete world-class service, not only for their medical treatment but for their entire travel planning.”

Mr. Savio Vaz, Vice President – Government & Corporate Travel at dnata Travel Group said, “We are delighted to be partnering with Mediclinic Middle East to assist their international patients and employees with their travel arrangements, by providing a true one-stop travel solution to complement Mediclinic’s service offering.”

“With dnata Travel Management and Mediclinic both being trusted brands in the market, it made perfect sense for us to expand on our existing partnership to drive additional value for both organizations and our customers,” Mr. Vaz added.

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