Serco and Dr. Sulaiman Al Habib Medical Group strengthening and developing their partnership to attain Saudi 2030 Vision Goals
Source: Serco Middle East , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Sun March 11, 2018 3:44 pm

UAE. In the spirit of strengthening ties between the United Kingdom and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Serco and Dr. Sulaiman Al Habib Medical Group agreed to ‘expand and develop their partnership’ Hesham Al Habib Vice President, Dr. Sulaiman Al Habib Medical Group and David J. Greer Chief Executive Officer, Serco Middle East announced at Mansion House during the visit of His Royal Highness Mohammed Bin Salman, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the UK.

In 2013, Serco Middle East, a subsidiary of Serco Group PLC, entered into a joint venture with Dr. Sulaiman Al Habib Medical Group (HMG) creating the entity ‘Serco Saudi Services’ with the initial purpose of delivering Integrated Facilities Management in the Kingdom.

Over the past four years, working in collaboration with HMG, Serco has achieved excellent performance levels across eight non-clinical services and has brought its international experience to; Enhance the skills and experience of the workforce, through training programmes and targeted professional development; and has Innovated the delivery of the service through the implementation of technology including a Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM) system.

Following this successful phase of Serco Saudi Services (SSS), Serco and HMG are seeking to expand and further develop their partnership to participate in attaining the Saudi 2030 Vision goals. SSS will work across government initiatives, in the Education, Transport and Healthcare sectors to provide Integrated Facilities Management to new infrastructure projects including Public Private Partnerships.
About Serco Middle East
Serco are public sector experts who specialise in the delivery of essential public services with over 50,000 people working across the world in defence, transport, justice, immigration, health, and other citizen services across national, state and local government. Together, we bring a world of experience to what we do.

Our broad cross sector and international experience means we can transfer constantly updated standards of best practice, share new service innovations and drive improvements in the performance of the public services we manage.

A strong public sector ethos runs through our organisation which is why you will always find our people are motivated to make a positive difference. We constantly evaluate our performance and the efficiency of our operations, as well as the outcomes we achieve for citizens.

In the Middle East, Serco employs more than 4,500 people across 5 countries - Bahrain, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates and are constantly monitoring emerging markets in the region for new entry opportunities. In the Middle East, we operate in the sectors of Transport, Aviation, Defence, Health and Integrated Facilities Management.

We have been operating in the Middle East since 1947 and have a profound understanding of the region, its drivers, operational environment, working practices and its cultural sensitivities; delivering essential services to customers on behalf of governments, semi-governments and large private corporations.

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1. (above)  Serco and Dr. Sulaiman Al Habib Medical Group strengthening and developing their partnership to attain Saudi 2030 Vision Goals
2. (inset)    Serco logo (File photo)



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