Egypt has stated that it will consider using Siemens Healthcare, its modern technology, and health-related devices to improve and revolutionize the heath sector in its country. Hala Zayed, the Egyptian minister of health and population, and Michael Hammer, CEO of the German company Siemens Healthcare had recently met to discuss cooperation to support the local medical sector. The two talked about ways of transferring technology to support education and training in the medical sector.
The meeting also dealt with transferring modern technology to support smart mobile clinics, project management, digital transformation, scientific research, and publishing. Egypt is also looking forward to work with the German company in equipping Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and providing the latest systems in handling and preserving data and collected information.
Hala Zayed stated that Siemens is also supporting Egypt’s national project to develop Egyptian villages by covering all health units and medical centers in targeted locations, as well as central hospitals. While Hammer said “Siemens was keen to support the health sector in Egypt and provide it with technology and modern medical devices.” He expressed his keenness to cooperate with the Ministry of Health and Population.