Improving healthcare in remote Australia

Industry Focus: Life Sciences & Healthcare
Date: 07 Apr 2016

Fresenius Medical Care is the world's leading provider of products and services for people with chronic kidney failure.

In this video interview, which features in our recent DibbsHEALTH e-newsletter, we get up close and personal with Margot Hurwitz, Vice President and Managing Director ANZ at Fresenius Medical Care.

Margot speaks with our own Scott Sloan about the work Fresenius Medical Care has been doing to help bring dialysis treatment to indigenous patients across Australia. Click on the image below to hear Margot’s insights about how the ‘Purple House’ and ‘Purple Truck’ are making a difference in some of the country’s most remote communities.

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders are advised that this video may contain names or images of people who are deceased.

For more information about Fresenius Medical Care and their activities in Australia and New Zealand, please visit their website.

If you have any further queries, please contact:

Scott Sloan | Partner
T +61 2 8233 9554

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