UAE’s Zulekha Healthcare enters into partnership with Axios International

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Officials from Zulekha Healthcare and Axios International.

UAE-based Zulekha Healthcare Group has partnered with Axios International, a pioneering healthcare access company, to improve patient access to healthcare across the Greater Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region.

Zulekha Hospital facilities, including all hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies, will work with Axios to facilitate access to medical treatments for eligible patients while also addressing potential unmet needs around diagnosis, disease education, and treatment.

Zulekha Healthcare Group is a Superbrand among the forerunners in UAE healthcare. The Group includes two multidisciplinary hospitals in Dubai and Sharjah, as well as UAE medical centers and pharmacies providing specialized services and treatments in over 30 disciplines.

Taher Shams
Taher Shams
Managing Director
Zulekha Healthcare Group

“We have been supporting patients with additional waivers when we see the need to do so and work with charities across UAE to provide quality treatment at affordable prices to residents of UAE. We admire the huge network of Axios across the globe with their support programs and are proud of our association with them. We wish the team the very best in their noble work that is making a difference in the lives of people worldwide.”

Mr. Anas Nofal, Senior Director of Greater MENA at Axios International, stated that, “We continue to see hospitals and pharmaceutical companies come forward to do their part for the community and appreciate the support being offered to patients from Zulekha Hospital in Dubai and Sharjah.”

“Our multiple support programs make sure that every patient’s case is considered unique. That is why our staff works directly with patients to develop a comprehensive, personalized plan to help address their unmet needs and ensure their care and treatment journey is as smooth as possible,” Mr. Nofal added.

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