Diaverum presents for the first time at Arab Health 2015 in Dubai
Putting patients in the centre - renal care provider to show science and service portfolio
Munich / Dubai, 23th January 2015 – Diaverum, one of the world’s leading renal care providers, is presenting its service portfolio at Arab Health 2015 in Dubai. The global provider cares for 25,000 patients in more than 300 kidney centres in Europe, Middle East, Latin America and Australia. The Diaverum booth is located within Swedish Pavilion in Za’abeel Hall 2.
”The Arab Health is the largest healthcare event in the region and for us a perfect opportunity to meet partners and some of the best nephrologists in the region, as Diaverum is expanding strongly in the Middle East’ said Mutasem Altiti, Director Business Development Diaverum Middle East.
Arab Health is the biggest annual healthcare industry exhibition in the Middle East. In 2015 it will host 4,000 exhibitors and 18 conferences. Arab Health will take place from 26 – 29 January 2015 at the Dubai International Exhibition and Convention Centre, United Arab Emirates.
Today, 10 per cent of the worldwide population is suffering from kidney diseases. More than three million people have kidney failure and are in need of renal replacement therapy. Diaverum is offering a holistic approach to renal care putting the patient in the centre.
On Monday, 26th January, there will be an official inauguration of the Swedish Pavilion held by H.E. Mr. Jan Thesleff, Ambassador of Sweden to UAE with invited guests from the region. Swedish Pavilion hosts 20 leading Swedish healthcare companies, with Diaverum among them.
Diaverum Middle East
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Diaverum is a global integrated renal care provider with a clear patient focus. As one of the world’s leading renal care providers we stand for excellent medical quality, renal care services and a patient-centred research. Being product-independent also gives us the flexibility to offer individual treatments for the individual needs of our patients and by coordinating our patients’ healthcare needs, we are improving their quality of life. At the same time we are creating value in the healthcare system by optimising the use of healthcare budgets — for the benefit of the patient and the society. Our experience in renal care dates back more than 20 years, when the first dialysis clinic was established, under the former name Gambro Healthcare, defining our Swedish roots. Today 8,500 employees care for more than 26,000 patients in 19 countries in Europe, Latin America, Middle East and Australia. The corporate office is located in Munich, Germany. www.diaverum.com