Vice President Faisal Naseem has this evening met with top officials of India-based CARE Hospitals, as part of his ongoing visit to India. The meeting was attended by Dr Raajiv Singhal, the Group CEO of CARE Hospitals; Rajeev Bal, the General Manager - International Marketing of Quality Care India; Abdulla Ameen, Maldives’ Minister of Health; and, Aishath Mohamed Didi, the Ambassador of Maldives to India.
Discussions at the meeting were focused on avenues of cooperation to further improve healthcare services provided across the Maldives. During the talks, officials of CARE Hospital expressed their interest in assisting in fulfilling the Administration’s vision of ensuring enhanced healthcare services for all—especially the Administration’s bid to establish five tertiary hospitals across the country.
CARE Hospitals is a multi-speciality healthcare service provider based in India, operating in four countries in Asia and Africa—with 26 hospitals, 18 clinics and 40 diagnostic centres.