Make-A-Wish® United Arab Emirates SIGNS A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANING WITH MEDICLINIC MIDDLE EAST

Make-A-Wish® United Arab Emirates SIGNS A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANING WITH MEDICLINIC MIDDLE EAST
Make-A-Wish® United Arab Emirates SIGNS A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANING WITH MEDICLINIC MIDDLE EAST
Make-A-Wish® United Arab Emirates SIGNS A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANING WITH MEDICLINIC MIDDLE EAST
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Abu Dhabi, UAE: Make-A-Wish® United Arab Emirates signed a memorandum of understanding with Mediclinic Middle East,a private healthcare provider which is part of Mediclinic International, in an effort to help grant further wishes of children with critical illnesses.

The MOU was signed by Hani Al Zubaidi, Chief Executive Officer of Make-A-Wish® United Arab Emirates and on behalf of Mediclinic Middle East by David Hadley, Chief Executive Officer of Mediclinic Middle East.

The terms of the MOU state that Mediclinic Middle East, will cooperate with Make-A-Wish® in the wish granting process of eligible children based on a specific list of conditions. In addition, Mediclinic will support the foundation by raising awareness of this importantcause on its website and other media channels “social Media “.

Hani Al-Zubaidi, CEO of Make-A-Wish® United Arab Emirates said: “We are delighted to be cooperating with Mediclinic Middle East, a company that is synonymous with quality healthcare to the community. This collaboration will pave the way for us to access a larger number of children with critical illnesses to help grant their wishes, which in turn will help bring a smile to their faces.”

David Hadley, Chief Executive Officer of Mediclinic Middle East said: “We are proud of this partnership that will open a new window of opportunity for us to contribute to the noble missions of the Foundation. We are steadfast in our commitment towards corporate social responsibility and to support the communities in which we operate. We look forward to a fruitful collaboration with Make-A-Wish® United Arab Emirates and to connect children with critical illnesses being treated at our facilities with the Foundation.”