The Mohammed VI Foundation for the Promotion of Social Works of Education – Training (FM6Education) and the hospitals belonging to the ecosystem of the Mohammed VI University of Health Sciences, namely, the Mohammed VI International University Hospital and the ‘Sheikh Khalifa International University Hospital, have signed, Tuesday 29 March, a partnership and collaboration agreement.
This agreement will allow members of the Mohammed VI Foundation for the Promotion of Social Works of Education – Training to benefit from personalized care and very advantageous conditions for all the medical and care services offered by the two hospitals and the various ecosystem entities.
Recognized for its reference structures in terms of health services at the national and international level, the ecosystem of the Mohammed VI University of Health Sciences, which notably includes the Mohammed VI International University Hospital and the Sheikh International University Hospital Khalifa works to provide quality medical services through state-of-the-art equipment and highly qualified teams.
A vision that perfectly matches the will of the Mohammed VI Foundation for the Promotion of Social Works of Education – Training to expand the offer of accessible health services for its members by focusing on partners enjoying great recognition and offering the best care. The signing of this partnership agreement establishes the common vision between the two entities of a range of health services based on quality, innovation and excellence.
The members of the Mohammed VI Foundation for the Promotion of Social Works of Education – Training will benefit within the framework of this partnership agreement from advantageous conditions for all the services offered by the hospitals belonging to the Mohammed VI University of Health Sciences. . This includes medical and surgical services, radiological examinations and interventions, admission to the emergency room, oncology care, hospitalizations and all medical analyses.
The agreement also provides for the implementation of a program for the prevention and screening of chronic diseases which must be diagnosed at an early stage in order to optimize care and treatment.
On the part concerning the administrative procedures and the procedures for taking charge by the health insurance organizations, the agreement will facilitate the processes and make the circuits more fluid for the benefit of the members who will be welcomed in the best conditions.
The collaboration between the two entities marks a first step towards joint prevention and awareness-raising operations and joint efforts for the good health of members and beneficiaries.