Top hospital donates supplies to Dubai society
Dubai, February 9, 2012
Canadian Specialist Hospital (CSH), one of the largest private hospitals in Dubai, has donated over 1,000 medical items to Dubai Women Association for its nursery’s clinic.
The hospital contributed towards the initiation and development of the Association’s new clinic at their children’s nursery at the Al Khawaneej branch. The items included various medical necessities required by a clinic, as well as medical guidance and expertise from the hospital staff.
Fatma Ahmed Al Abdulla, manager of Dubai Women’s Association’s Khawaneej Branch said, “We are extremely grateful to the management and staff of Canadian Specialist Hospital for this generous gesture.”
“Their contribution is precious to our organization, children and families of the nursery. The entire set up of the hospital was supported by the hospital’s guidance and will set out a long way for all of us.”
Dr Hayder Al Zubaidy, CEO of CSH said, “We are pleased to contribute to an organization that works with women and children. At CSH, we always stand for going beyond routine and traditional medical services, and I would like to thank my team for implementing this so well.” – TradeArabia News Service
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