Al Badie Group Extends Support To Aspen Medical for The Launching Of Trauma Surgery Facility

by Evan Nasseri Seo Expert


Abu Dhabi, Dubai (June 18, 2018) – At times of hardships like war situations, medical help is something that becomes important. Understanding this, the international healthcare service provider Aspen Medical Launched a project in Iraq. Aspen Medical pays attention to assisting remote and rural communities in responding to critical and emergency situations. The objective of the project is to extend medical help to Iraqis at difficult times.

With this objective, Aspen Medical thought about extending Trauma Centers. The centers were not born easily. The reason is the intricacy associated with the situation in Iraq. They found that a lot of planning had to be done. At this planning period, Aspen Medical along with their sister concern Abu Dhabi Uniteam successfully brought together the efforts of Iraqi officials, civilians and NGOs and even corporations in Arabic nations to secure everything they required to bring the project to reality.

A major shareholder at the Abu Dhabi Uniteam and the CEO and VP of Al Badie Group, Mr. Khaled Al Badie expressed that “The Corporate World has a duty toward its beneficiaries that goes well beyond business and trade”. By uttering these words, he also expressed that the Al Badie Group’s support to the Aspen Medical is just a minor contribution to restore faith in humanity. The first fruit of this mission was extended on the 24th of March 2017 in the form of a 48-bed trauma field hospital in Upper Athuba, Mosul, Iraq. Thereafter a second center was also established.

About Al Badie Group:
Al Badie Group believes that some contributions are to be made on humanitarian grounds as well apart from the contribution to the business world.

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