American Hospital Dubai opens three medical tourism offices in Nigeria endorsed by Dubai Health Authority as part of 30-office expansion in Africa and Eastern Europe
RivExcel , a leading player in global business solutions, has officially entered into a transformative strategic partnership with American Hospital Dubai, solidifying a commitment to enhance healthcare accessibility across Sub Saharan Africa.
American Hospital Dubai confirmed this while announcing the opening of its three medical tourism representative offices in Nigeria in 2024 as part of an expansion plan of 30 offices across crucial African and Eastern European locations. The initiative supports the UAE’s efforts to be the global medical tourism hub.
The partnership, marked by a historic signing ceremony on January 31, 2024, in Dubai, had in attendance amongst others, Mr Buti Al Mulla, Chairman of the Boards of Directors of Mohamed & Obaid AlMulla Group, Sherif Beshara, Group CEO of Mohamed & Obaid AlMulla Group and American Hospital Dubai, Dr Marwan AlMulla, CEO of Health Regulation Sector at Dubai Health Authority (DHA). Tonye Princewill, Executive Chairman of RivExel and Tayyibat Mohammed, Nigerian Consul General in Dubai. This signifies a pivotal moment in healthcare diplomacy.
RivExcel will leverage its extensive network throughout Africa to establish and manage Representative Offices, starting with the inaugural office in Lagos, Nigeria. This strategic move aims to bring world-class healthcare services closer to the African population.
The Representative Office in Lagos will serve as a hub for disseminating American Hospital Dubai’s renowned healthcare services, fostering a stronger connection between the hospital and the diverse communities in Sub Saharan Africa. The collaboration is set to revolutionize the healthcare landscape by providing cutting- edge medical solutions and expertise to a broader audience.
In the coming months, RivExcel plans to replicate this success with the establishment of another Representative Office in Abuja, solidifying the commitment to reach various regions within Africa. This expansion will facilitate greater access to premium healthcare services, reflecting both organizations’ dedication to enhancing global health outcomes.