Aster announces to bring home health care in 455 establishments



On the 35th day of the founding of Aster DM Healthcare, the organization announced a global growth of 455 facilities and thus become one of the largest integrated healthcare providers in India and in the GCC, with 27 hospitals, 126 clinics / laboratories and 302 pharmacies in 7 countries serving approximately 20 million patients per year. In India, with the deployment of 77 Aster branded pharmacies, 9 Aster Labs, Aster Clinics and Aster Home Care, in addition to 14 hospitals, the organization is rapidly expanding its integrated care network in 5 states.

To celebrate 35 years of service, a new company logo branding “Aster DM Healthcare since 1987” was unveiled with the “Care is Just an Aster Away” campaign through a large storefront on Burj Khalifa in Dubai was physically seen. and virtually on Aster’s social media platforms.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Azad Moopen, Founding President and CEO of Aster DM Healthcare, said: “Looking back over the past 35 years of Aster’s existence, we are delighted with what we have been able to accomplish. with the unwavering trust and faith that our patients and clients have placed in us. The vision with which we have set ourselves to make quality health care accessible to the population is taken up with new vigor through the Care is Just An Aster Away campaign, where we want to be closest to our customers. Beyond business, giving back to society through our initiatives under Aster Volunteers has been at the heart of our philosophy of making healthcare accessible to those who need it most. In addition, we have decided to provide jobs for 150 of the determined people over the next year. “

In line with the organization’s commitment to supporting and empowering the underprivileged population, Aster would continue to provide free and subsidized treatment to thousands of patients each year. In this regard, 3 more Aster Volunteers Mobile Medical Services (AVMMS) were launched in Africa, Iraq and India on the founding day, bringing the total number of AVMMVS units to 19 vehicles. Aster has also committed to launch 4 additional units in Africa, thus extending AVMMV services to 7 African countries where it is in high demand. In addition to this, Aster plans to establish 5 Aster Volunteers telehealth service centers in Africa, to support the diagnosis and treatment of the population there, through direct connection with Aster hospitals in India and in the GCC.

The two vehicles destined for Somaliland in Africa and Iraq respectively, were launched in Dubai by Smt. Tadu Mamu Consul (Press, Information, Culture & Work), representative of the Hon. Consul General of India; Hussein Al-Ishaqi, representing the office of HE. Vice-President of the Republic of Somaliland; Dr Zakariya Dahir, representing the Ministry of Health Development of the Republic of Somaliland; and Dr Yaseen Al-Mamouri, president of the Iraqi Red Crescent Society; in the presence of Ms. Mariam Al Hammadi, Director, The Big Heart Foundation; Mr. Ahmed Al Falasi, – Laureate of Arab Hope Makers 2020; Dr Omar Al Sakaf, Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services, Government of Dubai; Dr Azad Moopen – Founding President and CEO, Aster DM Healthcare; Ms. Alisha Moopen – Deputy Managing Director, Aster DM Healthcare and MTJ Wilson, Executive Director and Group Head Governance and Corporate Affairs, Aster DM Healthcare.

Aster DM Healthcare Limited shares were last trading in the BSE at Rs. 191.95 from the previous close of Rs. 194.05. The total number of shares traded during the day was 17,390 in over 610 trades.

The share hit an intraday high of Rs. 196.00 and an intraday low of 191.10. The net turnover during the day was Rs. 3,372,671.00.



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