Saudi German Hospitals is the medical sponsor for Al-Ahly – Saudi...

The Saudi German Hospitals Group signed the medical care contract with the Al-Ahly Sports Club, as the group was represented by the CEO of the group, Dr. Ahmed Shebl, and the CEO of the Saudi German Hospital, Jeddah Branch, Eng.Ahmed Al-Banna, while the Ahlawi side was represented by the CEO Walid Sultan, in the presence of the member of the Board of Directors responsible for investment In the club, engineer Tariq Khalifa. The signing ceremony took place in the Prince Badr bin Fahd bin Saad hall at the club’s headquarters, through which the Saudi German Hospitals Group became the exclusive medical sponsor for the Al-Ahly Club for a period of 3 years, as the terms of the contract include placing the group’s logo on the shoulder of the first football team’s right shirt, and the logo will also appear. On the back of medical staff shirts throughout the decade. The contract includes entering the group within the social responsibility of the Al-Ahly club, and this sponsorship will cover the costs of treatment for all the club’s team players in all games.It is noteworthy that the group works to keep pace with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and launches health promotion initiatives and participates in others, while concluding agreements in order to improve health service in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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