On the 30th anniversary celebration of corporation, Dr.Azad Moopen, founder, chairman and managing director of Arter DM Healthcare group have presented his recent initiative to establish two hospitals in Al Ghusais and Muhaisnah in Dubai shortly. The purpose of developing such hospitals is to provide complete health care facilities economically that would be superior for expatriates – as reported by Gulf News on Tuesday 12th December 2017.
Health Insurance is mandatory for the families living in Dubai. As per labor law, it is necessary to carry a health card that allows to enter limited number of hospitals and health care institutions under normal coverage. It was officially announced by Dubai Health Insurance law in 2013 which came in accordance from 2014. According to Dr.Azad Moopen, around 70 percent of the expats could afford only basic Health Insurance in UAE, which is bit disappointing. His objective is to deliver good and cost-effective health care facility to the insurers who are not eligible to manage paying extra money in buying different Insurance schemes. Dr.Azad came to UAE with his special skills in medicine. He started his career by developing a clinic in Bur Dubai years ago. His motive is to deliver high quality of health care service to every individual covered with basic Insurance. Today there organization has been presented in nine countries giving there employs complete benefits regarding health care. In June he had launched ‘Aster Volunteers’ program that conducted approximately 11,000 surgeries with no charges all around the world in their hospitals and entered a sum of 2000 volunteers that conducted various blood donation operation and educated a huge ratio of people supporting in basic life which was one of their great achievements.
Thus, his effort and enthusiasm towards Health care is quite appreciate able and up to the mark for the residents of UAE.