Middle East

Zulekha Hospital awarded with Absher Card Contract


Media Release

Abu Dhabi, Oct 1: Zulekha Hospitals was awarded the Absher contract for its sustainable efforts to promote benefits to the UAE nationals. This memorandum was signed in the presence of Mubarak Saeed Al Dhaheri, The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Labor, Abu Dhabi;  Ahmed Mohammed Al Humairi, secretary general of the Ministry of Presidential Affairs at the Emirates Palace Hotel Abu Dhabi and Mr. Taher Shams – president of Zulekha Hospitals.
 
While signing the contract Taher Shams, president of Zulekha Hospitals  said he was delighted to sign the Memorandum in Abu Dhabi  at the Ministry of Labour , welcomed all the members of the Absher Card for availing their services at Zulekha Hospitals and urged UAE nationals’ to register for the Absher cards to avail the privileges of the card. 

About Absher Card

Absher Card is one of the several initiatives brought about by The President, His Highness Shaikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, launched in January this year with the Ministry of Labour.

 As many as 2,200 Emirati men and women working in the private sector are availing of the numerous services and special discounts on offer after being registered with an Absher card.

About Zulekha Hospitals

Zulekha Hospitals is one of the foremost brands providing the highest quality healthcare in the UAE. Zulekha Hospitals were accorded accreditation for their high quality healthcare services from Joint Commission International (JCI), USA. The Hospitals is also the proud recipient of Dubai Quality Award 2011.For more information log on to

www.zulekhahospitals.com

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