The Gulf Health Council has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare Center with the aim of enhancing and activating the center’s participation in Gulf Unified Procurement tenders and improving the presentation of all healthcare-related bids and projects. Gulf Unified Procurement tenders are a key tool for facilitating the purchasing process in the healthcare field among the member countries of the Gulf Health Council. They contribute to improving the quality of healthcare services and achieving financial savings. Through this agreement, the Gulf Health Council and Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare Center collaborate to enhance the mechanisms and processes of healthcare procurement in the region.
Dr. Haggad Hisham, Deputy Director General of the Gulf Health Council, emphasized the importance of this partnership in enhancing the quality of healthcare services, stating, “Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare Center has extensive experience in the field of healthcare procurement.”
On the other hand, he expressed the importance of this partnership in enhancing regional cooperation in the field of Gulf procurement and tenders. The agreement includes several initiatives to achieve its goals, including the exchange of information and expertise in healthcare procurement and the development of tools and resources that contribute to improving tender procedures.