GE Healthcare showcases turnkey expertise
Dubai, June 4, 2012
GE Healthcare is highlighting the expertise of its Hospital & Healthcare Solutions (HHS) business in undertaking hospital infrastructure projects at a major show in Dubai.
The company is taking part in the Hospital Build & Infrastructure Middle East 2012 exhibition, which opened at the Dubai International Convention Center today. The expo will run till June 6.
With a dedicated operations team, GE’s HHS is involved in several prestigious hospital developments across the Middle East region and worldwide including the provision of clinical departmental solutions to full turnkey delivery solutions in partnership with designers, packagers, EPC contractors and investors on behalf of public and private sector customers, said a statement.
The focus of GE’s HHS business is on design, project management and technology support for hospitals.
At this year’s Hospital Build & Infrastructure, GE Healthcare’s HHS team will interact with visiting architects, investors, contractors, project managers and other stakeholders at the company’s stand (RG10), sharing the competencies of HHS in hospital infrastructure development in the region. GE’s HHS team comprises dedicated professionals with global and regional hospital delivery expertise and experience.
Frederic Camboulives, general manager, Middle East, Africa, Turkey, Central Asia & Russia of HHS, said: “Hospital Build & Infrastructure is a key congress for us. The Middle East is witnessing significant investments in building its healthcare infrastructure to meet the growing demand for advanced medical care. With lifestyle diseases on the rise and healthcare bills increasing, the creation of modern, resource-efficient hospitals and healthcare centers is critical. HHS brings strong domain knowledge and expertise of the hospital infrastructure requirements of the region combined with its local presence of a strong team of professionals. For new or renovated healthcare facilities, HHS offers turnkey solutions with appropriate partners to meet their requirements.”
Camboulives added: “Today, the region is witnessing a shift in market dynamics as public and private sector customers strive to achieve a sustainable model of care developed in the shortest possible time. To achieve this, we see more customers procure healthcare infrastructure via integrated turnkey delivery solutions. Our structured HHS service offering addresses those needs comprehensively.”
Several departmental turnkey solutions are offered by GE Healthcare’s HHS business including Advisory Services that cover design & technology advisory, healthcare planning and simulation tools which assist customers and healthcare designers alike to solve today’s healthcare design problems and deliver more efficient departmental designs to help them define their project technology needs.
Turnkey Medical Equipment Delivery solutions of HHS draw on GE’s comprehensive portfolio of healthcare technologies, sourcing capabilities and packaging partners, covering the full life cycle of the equipping phase of the project from technology design and equipment planning through to execution and handover.
PPP and Technology Partnerships assure customers a structured performance based technology service for their radiology department and diagnostic needs over a fixed term. HHS also offers customized and competitively structured Financing Solutions leveraging GE Capital Market Corporate’s global reach to fund projects.
The Middle East is one of the key markets for GE, and GE Healthcare’s technologies, solutions and services help address pressing concerns of the region such as obesity, diabetes and breast cancer – health trends on the rise in the region. –TradeArabia News Service
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