EME Outlook - - Health Care -

Sin­ceits in­cep­tion, Emi­tac Health­care So­lu­tions (EHS) has been MENA re­gion’s pre­ferred health­care so­lu­tions in­te­gra­tor; de­voted and ded­i­cated to de­liv­er­ing ex­cel­lent ser­vice and en­sur­ing the high­est stan­dards of qual­ity health­care for its cus­tomers. With more than 40 years in the in­dus­try, EHS has grown its ser­vice of­fer­ings, de­ploy­ing in­no­va­tive clin­i­cal and IT so­lu­tions to a var­ied clien­tele, from lead­ing govern­ment and semi- govern­ment hos­pi­tals to pri­vate and mil­i­tary hos­pi­tals through­out the re­gion. This is com­ple­mented by EHS’S ex­pan­sive mar­ket knowl­edge and part­ner­ships with the world’s lead­ing health­care and tech­nol­ogy providers as they con­tinue to de­liver ex­cep­tional ser­vices. EHS con­tin­ues to com­mit to achiev­ing sus­tain­able re­sults for its cus­tomers. Com­bined with pro­fes­sional in­tegrity, this has al­lowed the busi­ness to de­velop a unique cul­ture of prac­tice through work­force em­pow­er­ment, process im­prove­ment, and tech­nol­ogy op­ti­mi­sa­tion, of­fer­ing cus­tomers re­li­able and cost-ef­fec­tive so­lu­tions.

Based on an open ten­der con­ducted by The Sheikh Khal­ifa bin Zayed Foun­da­tion, EHS was se­lected from a pool of eleven com­pa­nies for its first project in Jor­dan – King Hus­sain Can­cer Cen­tre (KHCC), which has es­tab­lished it­self as the MENA re­gion’s lead­ing can­cer cen­tre. Its world-class tech­nol­ogy pro­vides com­pre­hen­sive can­cer care that caters to the needs of adults and younger pa­tients. The Sheikh Khal­ifa bin Zayed Foun­da­tion an­nounced that it would donate equip­ment for the ex­pan­sion of KHCC and chose EHS for the project. “We were de­ter­mined to re­ceive this op­por­tu­nity and were se­lected due to our pre­vi­ous project man­age­ment ex­pe­ri­ence, out­stand­ing tech­ni­cal and com­mer­cial back­ground, and fi­nan­cial sta­bil­ity,” ex­plained Sai­fudin Mo­hamed, Vice Pres­i­dent of Sales and Mar­ket­ing at EHS.

The scope of the project was to sup­ply and in­stall the lat­est spe­cialised med­i­cal equip­ment in the hos­pi­tal’s new build­ing, which is de­signed to ac­com­mo­date and treat up to 7,000 can­cer pa­tients. EHS em­barked on the two-year project with its team of highly ex­pe­ri­enced pro­fes­sion­als, who cov­ered the en­tire project’s life­cy­cle; from com­mis­sion­ing to hand-over. The team worked with tech­nol­ogy lead­ers, Phillips, Elekta, and Ma­quet, to pro­vide the lat­est equip­ment across dif­fer­ent di­vi­sions, in­clud­ing ra­di­ol­ogy, on­col­ogy, pe­di­atrics and op­er­at­ing the­atres. Be­ing ex­perts in project man­age­ment, EHS of­fered flex­i­ble ser­vices and de­liv­ered the very best health­care equip­ment, ad­vanced al­ter­na­tive so­lu­tions, as well as train­ing for the hos­pi­tal’s staff.

While the scale of the project pre­sented EHS with a set of chal­lenges, the team thrived un­der pres­sure to suc­cess­fully re­solve any com­plex­i­ties. Soud Essa, Head of Projects at EHS, re­flected on the ex­pe­ri­ence: “Our team was com­mended for our strong tech­ni­cal back­ground, or­gan­ised team­work, thor­ough un­der­stand­ing of our client’s re­quire­ments and our abil­ity to ful­fill them in a set time frame. We see a bright fu­ture for EHS in Jor­dan with emerg­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties in mil­i­tary hos­pi­tals and the pri­vate sec­tor.”

EHS’S CEO, Wafic Faraj, shared his sen­ti­ments to­wards the part­ner­ship, high­light­ing that KHCC was in­deed a mile­stone for the busi­ness: “It was a priv­i­lege to part­ner up with a tal­ented mix of pro­fes­sional cus­tomers for a no­ble cause, ded­i­cated to serv­ing and treat­ing such a huge client base. KHCC will al­ways be a prom­i­nent ref­er­ence site for EHS.”

Sai­fudin Mo­hamed VP - Sales and Mar­ket­ing

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