GE Healthcare, AHS sign MoU with Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University

adult career clipboard 1919236GE Healthcare partners together with its partner Advanced Health Solutions (AHS) have signed a memorandum of understanding with Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University (PSAU) in Saudi Arabia

The aim is to drive localised research and to empower Saudi students with advanced healthcare advisory and consultancy development

As per the agreement, GE, AHS and PSAU will work on extensive research on diverse aspects of healthcare in the kingdom, while also cooperating in the field of healthcare consultancy and operational services with healthcare advisory and consultancy workshops to be held for the PSAU students.

Mobarek Ben Obaid Al Harbi, president of the institute of research and consulting services at PSAU, said, “The agreement highlights the goals of Saudi Vision 2030 and the National Healthcare Transformation Plan to promote public private partnerships as well as to strengthen academic-industry linkages.”

“As a centre of excellence for education, we are committed to nurturing a generation of future professionals and experts, who will contribute to the development of the kingdom. GE Healthcare’s proven strengths in advisory and consultancy will serve as an ideal fit to drive localised research and to upskills the talents of our students,” he added.

Daoud Shinwari, commercial general manager, GE Healthcare Saudi Arabia, commented, “PSAU has established its reputation in education excellence and community engagement, contributing significantly to developing an extensive talent pool of Saudi professionals. Through our partnership, we aim to collaborate on in-depth research into healthcare-specific challenges in the kingdom that will help enhance their overall efficiency.”

Karim Benhameurlaine, managing principal, GE Healthcare Partners EGM, stated, “We work with healthcare clients on strategic relationships, clinical command centres and consulting solutions that have provided us with unique insights on real-world healthcare sector challenges.:

“Through our partnership with PSAU, we aim to deliver consultancy and advisory programs that will enable Saudi talent to address these as well as contribute to achieving the transformational goals for the healthcare sector outlined in Saudi Vision 2030,” he concluded.

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