GE Healthcare will help Iraq provide high quality health care at lower costs, company officials said recently.
The company said its diagnostic solutions will help healthcare practitioners to identify lifestyle diseases early for more effective treatment.
The company recently showcased its range of advanced healthcare technologies that will enable Iraq to develop a modern healthcare infrastructure, at the 38th Baghdad International Trade Fair.
It participated in the exhibition themed ‘Construction & New Investment in the New Iraq’ as part of the USA pavilion. Organised by the US Embassy, the pavilion was themed ‘America partnering with Iraq’, a statement from the company said.
The US Ambassador to Iraq, James Franklin Jeffrey, and senior officials from the Iraqi healthcare sector visited the GE Healthcare stand, where they were updated on the company’s progress and commitment to future investment in Iraq.
Aziz Koleilat, general manager of GE Healthcare, Middle East and Pakistan, said: “Iraq is now embarking on a new path of growth and development, steered by public private partnerships in key economic sectors. GE highlighted its advanced healthcare technologies at the Baghdad International Fair, which will complement the government’s strategic vision of improving healthcare access while also contributing towards the creation of a modern healthcare infrastructure in the country.”