“On the occasion of India’s 75th anniversary of Independence. I would like to wish Indians across the world,” says Chairman Dr K.P Hussain.
“During 59 years of my life, I have witnessed the diversity of our culture, people and of our nation. Indians are united, showing respect not only to one another, but also to the whole world. India and its people have never failed in this respect.” says Dr Hussain.
“As a child, I used to eagerly read the newspaper to learn about the rapid changes taking place in this great nation, wondering if India could position itself as a leading country in the 21st century.
“I want to pay my respect to the country that has trained us, taught us, equipped us and guided us to success. The Indian external affairs department has been instrumental in the nation’s success, establishing meaningful relations with countries around the world. India has established close relationships with the UAE and many Indians call the UAE home. The UAE-India relations allow us to live comfortably in this country, with reforms such as the launch of the Golden Visa scheme making it easier for Indians in the UAE to live and do business,” Dr Hussain says.
“While transitioning from a medical practitioner to an entrepreneur years ago, I wanted to explore ways to benefit both the nations. Subsequently, I came up with the concept of ‘Healthcare for all’, where a small premium could be used to cover all members of the society. With the help of the visionary rulers and key authorities of the UAE, I began to work towards achieving my vision of establishing a framework where healthcare is accessible to all.
“In the past few decades, UAE’s medical sector has witnessed tremendous growth. Many global names are now present in the UAE, driving the success of local brands as well. The UAE is on its way to becoming a global destination for medical tourism. We wish to bring patients from across the world to the UAE and further our campaign of providing healthcare to all. We are also looking at expanding our operations to underdeveloped nations,” Dr Hussain adds.