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Dubai Health Authority (DHA) and the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department signed a MoU to establish a dialysis centre in Al Twar area on the sidelines of the Dubai International Government Achievement Exhibition last week. 

The centre will provide quality dialysis services to people of limited means. His Excellency Humaid Al Qutami, Chairman of the Board and Director-General of DHA, and Dr Hamad Al Shaibani, Director-General of the Dubai Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department signed the MoU in the presence of officials from Beit Al Khair Society, Dar Al Ber Society and Dubai Charity Association, who are supporting the project.
The MoU is in line with Dubai Government’s efforts to collaborate with other authorities and government entities to provide the best health, social and humanitarian services. 

Al Qutami says the authority is keen on collaborating with different entities that share the goals and vision of the Dubai Government in order to achieve customer satisfaction. 

He adds that this partnership will provide the best prevention and treatment services for kidney disease to people of limited means who need regular dialysis, with the support of the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department. 

Al Qutami expresses his appreciation to Dr Al Shaibani and thanks him for his interest and keenness to enhance the developmental efforts of the health sector in Dubai.

Dr Al Shaibani says the department is committed to its role, responsibilities and services to the community and its members, especially the patients.

He stresses that Dubai Health Authority is keen to build bridges of cooperation and strengthen its relations with all institutions to serve the Government of Dubai’s strategy, achieve its desired goals, and promote a climate of decent and safe living for all members of society.