News UAE provides free heart surgeries for low-income patients

UAE provides free heart surgeries for low-income patients

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The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) has recently performed 20 free successful heart surgeries to 20 low-income patients. 

The initiative, ‘Just for You’, is represented by the Al Qassimi Hospital’s Cardiac Centre. 

“MOHAP continues its support for needy and low-income patients, as part of its charitable and community initiatives. It also doesn’t hesitate to take part in such initiatives that establish a culture of giving and support patients with low-income,” Dr. Arif Al Nooryani, CE) of Al Qassimi Hospital, said. 

“At a later stage and according to a specific program, more heart operations will be performed for other cases in cooperation with a number of charities, in line with MoHAP’s strategy to enhance health in the UAE and provide comprehensive and distinctive services in a sustainable healthy environment that establishes the culture of giving adopted by the state Emirates since its inception,” he added.

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