Egypt, GE sign partnership agreement to boost healthcare

18 Mar 2015

(MENAFN) the Ministry of Health (MoH) and GE Healthcare signed a partnership agreement to boost Egypt’s healthcare technology management system, with plans to establish a Biomed Center of Excellence, Saudi Gazette reported.

Through the agreement, the Egyptian government focuses on increasing access to quality and affordable healthcare for all citizens in an effort, supported by the World Health Organization (WHO) and set to enhance biomedical services across the country.

The agreement builds on the USD100 million investment commitments GE announced this past month at the Africa Health Summit in London to developing healthcare education and training in the emerging markets.

“We are confident in the competencies that GE can bring, and also help convene, in support of our comprehensive health technology management program,” the Egyptian Minister of Health said in a statement.

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