Foundation for Health Services have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to improve the quality of health services in their hospitals. The development of health, nursing, and administrative cadres, pollution treatment services, complex procedures that cannot be carried out in Iraq at the moment, and doctor exchange visits were all covered in the memorandum.
“The signing of the MoU with the (India Aster Health Services) Foundation comes within the plan of the IRCS to develop the standard of health services that are provided to Iraqi citizens in the IRCS’s hospitals, and the MoU has actually offered mutual visits between IRCS’s Hospitals doctors and the Aster Foundation to provide health services in the IRCS’s hospitals and conduct surgical operations,” said Dr. Hilal Al-Saffar, the head of the IRCS’s scientific committee, as well as sending doctors, nurses, health care workers, and administrative people to India (Benclosu) hospitals in the UAE and India for training.
He added, “We want to earn training certificates in specific disciplines, such as fractures, neurology, plastic surgery, and oncology,” he stated. The MoU, on the other hand, is in accordance with our goal of making our hospitals world-class in terms of providing health services that are appropriate for Iraq’s challenges. “
Meanwhile, Dr. Ravshan Panklu (an Aster Hospitals Foundation doctor) explained: “Aster Foundation is one of India’s most modern medical institutions, working to provide health services in the region, and it owns more than (40) hospitals around the world, including those in (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, Qatar, Southeast Asia, and Africa).
In addition, “the Aster Foundation will provide help in the domain of health care and its development in Iraq,” he continued, “as well as provide the required training for doctors and expand their surgical talents.” He adds that “contemporary medical equipment will be provided in the IRCS’s hospitals, as well as improved facilities for doctor growth.”