Burjeel Holdings to transform Al Dhannah Hospital technology

Private healthcare provider Burjeel Holdings will manage Al Dhannah Hospital, one of the largest healthcare facilities in MENA & which is owned by ADNOC

Private healthcare service provider Burjeel Holdings, has won a contract to operate and manage Al Dhannah Hospital, one of the largest healthcare facilities in the Al Dhafra region, owned by ADNOC.


Expanding healthcare services and high quality hospital technology across MENA

Burjeel Holdings’ brands include Burjeel Hospitals, Medeor Hospitals, Lifecare Hospitals and Tajmeel. Founded in 2007, Burjeel Holdings is one of the leading private healthcare services providers in the MENA region, with 16 hospitals and 24 medical centres. The Group has comprehensive cancer care facilities across the UAE. 

Al Dhannah Hospital is one of the largest multi-specialty hospitals in the Al Dhafra region, accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI). 

Burjeel Holdings will now take on operational responsibility of Al Dhannah Hospital with a goal to advance the ability of healthcare services and deliver patient-centred outcomes.

Its advanced technology systems deliver top-quality patient care for trauma, organ transplants, women's care, paediatrics, orthopaedics and neuro healthcare.


The UAE’s most advanced complex healthcare hub

John Sunil, CEO of Burjeel Holdings, said that the Al Dhannah agreement was another clear vote of confidence in Burjeel’s ability to deliver broad and complex care in the Al Dhafra region, which is critical to the current and future growth of the UAE economy. 

“Expansion of industrial activity in Al Dhafra continues at pace and Burjeel has the capability to ensure Al Dhannah caters to patients from Al Ruwais and the Western region. Importantly, the agreement will also ensure patients can access Burjeel’s broader network, namely Burjeel Medical City – the UAE’s most advanced complex care hub - for super specialty care.”

Sunil also shared his thoughts on broader GCC regional expansion ambitions.

“We know the region and key markets within it are underserved from a beds-per-capita perspective compared to the OECD and developed markets. There is ample capacity for significant investment and growth, further fuelled by the wave of families and professionals moving to the GCC from other parts of the world. In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated the strength of leadership and the healthcare sector in the region, elevating the reputation of the UAE in particular as a global destination for treatment for the most complex health issues.”




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