KMH and S.S. Lootah International sign Memorandum of Understanding
MISSISSAUGA, ON, Jan. 29 /CNW/ - KMH Cardiology and Diagnostic Centres
and S.S. Lootah International announce the official signing of the Memorandum
of Understanding between the two companies for establishing and operating
healthcare facilities in Dubai and the United Arab Emirates.
"At KMH we are dedicated to reducing the high incidence of death and
disability through ongoing research, reduction in wait times and prompt access
to physicians, diagnostic and treatment services," said Neena Kanwar,
President and CEO of KMH.
"We are delighted to have reached mutual understanding with S.S. Lootah
International to partner in healthcare facilities in Dubai and throughout the
United Arab Emirates. KMH brings a dedicated medical staff, sophisticated
e-health initiatives, including a paper-less environment, state-of-the-art
facilities and equipment, which makes us well-suited to meet the changing
needs of the GCC region," said Vijay Kanwar, President and CFO of KMH.
S.S. Lootah Group has a long and well established presence in the UAE and
regional markets in a number of sectors including construction, real estate
developments, education, IT services and financial services.
KMH is an integral part of the world's best managed public healthcare
system, where dedicated healthcare professionals, backed by the Ministry of
Health and Long Term Care provide cutting-edge services to the people of
Ontario. KMH has evolved into North America's largest provider of nuclear
cardiology services. KMH has administered more than 600,000 diagnostic tests
and now serves more than 75,000 patients annually at clinics throughout
The KMH advantage means that patients are offered state-of-the-art
diagnostic services including cardiology and nuclear cardiology, nuclear
medicine, and MRI's within a completely paperless environment. KMH's E-health
initiatives ensure secure online e-reporting services and access to patient
health records to physicians and patients. Reports are generated in
"real-time" using multiple electronic channels to furnish physicians with
required reports. The wireless environment ensures more time is spent with
patients providing them with quality care.
The population of the UAE and surrounding Gulf Region is growing
steadily. In 2007, the population of the GCC stood at 39.2 million people.
"With a booming economy, growing population and higher life expectancy,
there is an increased demand for high quality, innovative healthcare. KMH has
the technical and managerial expertise to set up healthcare facilities," says
Eng. Yahya Lootah, Vice-Chairman of SS Lootah International.
For further information:
For further information: KMH Cardiology & Diagnostic Centres,
firstname.lastname@example.org; S.S. Lootah International, email@example.com