Khatib & Alami teams up with m4h to support healthcare sector
The consulting firm signs MoU with management4health (m4h) to deliver healthcare solutions for its clients
Construction and engineering consulting firm, Khatib & Alami, has entered into a partnership with German-based management4health (m4h) to assist its private and public sector clients through the impact of COVID-19.
Focusing on hospitals with research centres, wellness clinics and health tourism, the alliance aims to help its clients prepare for the “new normal” through the development of robust, efficient and adaptive healthcare systems and services.
The companies’ combined approach aims to offer support for every stage of the pandemic response, including tracking its spread within communities; the development of healthcare strategies; digital solutions; the design, procurement and project management of hospitals and specialist facilities; and assisting clients to secure funding from development institutions and other commercial financing firms and banks.
Commenting on the m4h alliance, Khatib & Alami’s chairman and CEO, Dr Najib Khatib, believes the combined offering of the strategic alliance provides an “unprecedented breadth and depth of healthcare expertise” to clients in the Middle East and Africa.
“Our alliance with m4h brings together a wealth of knowledge and experience, including world-class digital solutions which give organisations and communities much needed confidence that their healthcare systems are in the appropriate state of readiness to minimise the risk and potential impact of any further outbreaks,” said Khatib.
The managing director and partner of m4h, Stefano Ferrari, also said it is “essential” that organisations are fully prepared for the challenges of safeguarding the health of their employees, their clients and communities.
“Through our alliance with Khatib & Alami, we bring an opportunity to harness our vast expertise where the combined effort will help clients emerge from this crisis stronger, more resilient, and ready for the future.”