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  • SABB Managing Director visits Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City

    February 2017

    Mr. David Dew, Managing Director of the Saudi British Bank (SABB) accompanied by a number of senior executives of the bank paid a visit to Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City (SBAHC) where they were welcomed by Mr. Abdullah Bin Zarah, CEO SBAHC and a group of senior officials of the City who briefed the guests of the overall programs facilities offered by the City including operating mechanism and the rehabilitative services. SABB executives also visited the inpatient rooms during a tour of the medical and rehabilitation facilities.

    The visit by SABB aims to strengthen the strategic partnership between SABB and SBAHC and to survey the projects supported by SABB at the forefront of which is Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Specialized Center for Prosthetic & Orthotics as well as SABB humanitarian bed and the other expansion projects recently executed at the City.

    Commenting on the occasion, Mr. David Dew said: “we are proud with our cooperation with SBAHC and the resulting leading social responsibility projects”. SABB MGD commended the prominent humanitarian services offered by the City pointing out that SBAHC provide state of the art medical practices and sophisticated devices for children and adults under the supervision of a highly experienced medical team.

    It is worth mentioning that the Saudi British Bank (SABB) is engaged in strategic cooperation with the Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz Humanitarian City. This successful relationship resulted in supporting many prominent humanitarian projects, at the top of which is the establishment of Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Specialized Center for Prosthetic & Orthotics, the expansion of the buildings No.6 and No. 7 to boost the inpatient capacity by 49 beds. SABB Humanitarian Bed is also one of the projects which is sponsored by SABB for the seventh consecutive year and sponsor treatment and rehabilitation services for children with special needs.


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