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International SOS and Iqarus, which provides
healthcare services in complex environments, will combine efforts in Aberdeen,
Scotland, to operate health centers serving oil and gas companies, governments,
international governmental organizations, nongovernmental organizations,
military entities and others operating in the Northern Seas. "As a result
of this, the joint venture will also be able to develop innovative public-private
healthcare initiatives to address the need in geographic markets newly opened
to the global economy," according to a press release. Iqarus CEO Tim
Mitchell, who will lead the JV from his base in Dubai, said, "We will be
able to address the rapidly growing need for innovative healthcare initiatives
in countries currently underserved by existing healthcare infrastructure,"
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