Viva extends support to Kuwait health sector
Kuwait, June 12, 2013
Over 200 new medical chairs were supplied by Viva, a telecommunication operator in Kuwait, to the Amiri Hospital recently.
This initiative follows Viva's mission to lend a helping hand to Kuwait's health sector and assist in the development of its facilities, through equipping them with the required devices to offer a more comprehensive service to the patients, said a statement.
Amiri Hospital manager Dr Afrah Al Saraf expressed her appreciation for the support to Salman Al Badran, CEO of Viva, during a visit to the Viva headquarters.
Al Badran said: “Viva is committed to making contributions that will help develop the performance of the medical facilities in Kuwait. Such contributions go a long way, and ensure that patients are attended to and are offered devices that provide comfort. Viva will continue to find different ways to help enhance the overall health services in Kuwait and work towards a more prosperous one."
Viva recently donated 265 wheelchairs to different health faciites in Kuwait that were in need of it, through collaboration with the Ministry of Health. The company will continue to make valuable contributions that will help develop and better the health services offered to the communities, he added. - TradeArabia News Service
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