Kuwait's top medical company celebrates its greatest asset; its people, says CEO Dr Alyan

(From left) Ahmad Al-Furaih, Dr Mohammad Ashoor, Dr Ziad Al-Alyan and Ghazi Al-Dosary

KUWAIT: Central Circle Company WLL ("Central Circle") was founded in 1979. The company was a small distributor of medical products and equipment within the State of Kuwait. This changed in 2013 however, primarily due to a change of ownership and acquisition of new management, coupled with a commitment to bettering healthcare and offering unparalleled customer service.

As such and in keeping with the same vision, Dr Ziad Al-Alyan, CEO of Central Circle implemented and put into action a number of complex strategies within the company. The same strategies centered around one objective i.e. to become a market leader within the healthcare industry, mirrored with a voracious appetite to explore new and innovate medical services which can be offered within the State of Kuwait.

Today, Dr Alyan's vision has become a reality. Recently, Central Circle was endorsed as winner of 'Best Healthcare Solutions Provider in the GCC 2018' by the International Finance Magazine. This however only marks the start of Central Circle's commitment to bettering healthcare within the country.

May 15, 2019, marked the 40th anniversary of Central Circle. The anniversary was celebrated in the Four Seasons, Kuwait, complete with all employees and foreign principals in attendance. The event marked an opportunity to both celebrate the achievements of Central Circle and recognize the hard work of every employee who contributes to the ongoing success of the company.

During the opening speech of the anniversary event, Dr Alyan emphasized the need to continue to 'grow' whilst maintaining 'ethical transparency and always keeping the needs of the end user in mind.' Dr Alyan also expressed his desire to grow both in the GCC and target the international market i.e. 'to become a global leader in health services and solutions.' His closing remarks focused on the need to hire 'talent,' to encourage 'teamwork' and to 'create an environment where everyone strives for excellence.'

Central Circle would also like to thank its foreign principals, namely, Roche, Johnson & Johnson, Sanofi, Sirona and all the other dear partners that we cherish. The foreign principals are an integral part of the Central Circle family and without their continued trust and loyalty, Central Circle would not have been able to experience the recognition it has done to date. In short, Central Circle is proud to celebrate its ongoing success but remains committed to excellence and innovation within the healthcare industry.

By Mohammad Sheikh