WASHINGTON, Feb. 24, 2014
Ethio-American Doctors Group, Inc. ("EADG") and Global Ethiopian Medical Enterprise, Inc. ("GEME") have agreed to pursue their common goal to build and establish a center of excellence ...
hospital in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, under one entity: EADG. Collectively, both organizations have over 250 physicians members of Ethiopian origin and this exciting development will likely result in other members of the Ethiopian physician community to join, bringing the total number of physicians of the combined organization to reach and, perhaps, exceed 300 physicians.
By uniting their intellectual and membership resources, the identical mission of EADG and GEME to establish a center of excellence hospital will be strengthened and enhanced, which in turn will have a tremendous impact in the lives of the people of Ethiopia. To enable marshaling all resources, the Ethiopian government through its various Ministries and agencies (e.g., Health, Foreign Affairs, etc.), various US agencies who have been briefed about this project, and people and firms in the business community throughout the world have supported and encouraged both organizations to combine their efforts under one entity to establish a world class hospital in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
EADG and GEME look forward to continuing to recruit and encourage physicians to join this historic project to lift the healthcare of Ethiopians and people in the region by improving the quality of health services through excellent quality clinical care, high standard medical education and relevant research.
ABOUT EADG AND GEME
Ethio-American Doctors Group, Inc. is a US-based corporation with offices in Washington DC and North Carolina. EADG has physician members covering 31 different specialties and subspecialties from all over the world, including 28 States in the USA, Ethiopia, Canada, the Caribbean, England, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Qatar, Scotland, Sudan, and Sweden, and US Virgin Island.
Global Ethiopian Medical Enterprise, Inc. is a healthcare management company organized to build a state of the art, center of excellence hospital in Ethiopia founded by a coalition of a global network of multi-specialty Ethiopian Diaspora physicians who practice in the US, Canada, Europe, Ethiopia and other African nations.