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Serco's Saudi unit will make wide-ranging changes to 12 FM service lines that will help DSFH cut costs and improve efficiency.
Following the signing ceremony, Serco and DSFH will begin delivery of the designs, which are expected to enhance the end-to-end patient experience and deliver cost savings and efficiencies behind the scenes.
Hosted under the patronage and presence of Shaikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the ceremony was attended by Essa Al Haj Al Maidoor, Director-General, Dubai Health Authority; Dr Mohammed Al Zarooni, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, DSOA; Dr Mazen Fakeeh, President and Chairman of the Board of Directors at DSFH; and Emad Adnan Madani, KSA Consul-General in Dubai, as well as officials from both the public and private sectors.
The scope of services that will be delivered to DSFH includes, facilities operation and maintenance, portering and housekeeping.
In a statement, Serco said it will work in close collaboration with DSFH management and staff to bring "its knowledge of international best practice in service and solution design in healthcare facilities management to develop bespoke and high quality facilities services" at the Jeddah Hospital.
The DSFH will step up the capacity of the Dubai hospital with an additional 150 beds in the second phase.
Vice-chairman and CEO of Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), Dr Mohammed Al Zarooni and the president and chairman of DSFH signed an agreement at the DSOA headquarters for the project, which is scheduled to reach full completion by 2019.
The centre is based on Saudi Arabia's Dr Soliman Fakeeh Hospital (DSFH) and will include the region's first ever smart hospital as well as a medical university project.
Saudi Arabia's premier healthcare concept Dr Soliman Fakeeh Hospital (DSFH) is set to build a massive hospital and medical university project in Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), the integrated free zone technology park in the UAE.
Meanwhile, Dr Soliman Fakeeh Hospital (DSFH) has entered into an agreement with Abbott Worldwide, through its approved agent in the kingdom Medi Serv, for the purchase of laboratory equipment and devices worth more than SR22 million ($5.87 million).
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