Diaverum North Macedonia recently had the privilege to welcome the local Swedish Ambassador at its facilities.

On Monday, 16 January, H.E Ms Ami Larsson Jain, Ambassador, and Ms. Bibi Gramson, First Secretary – Deputy Head of Mission, met with Dimitar Klisarovski, Country Manager, and other senior representatives at the Vizbegovo Clinic, located in the capital city of Skopje.

During the visit, a presentation was delivered to the Ambassador about the role Diaverum has played in providing life-enhancing renal care since it commenced operations in North Macedonia in 2018, by forging close partnerships with the local authorities and by introducing our patient-centric digital innovations, centred around our True care culture. The team also shared insights into its efforts to lead a sustainable business through renewable energy, and its Clinical Performance Measurement (CPM) scores, where it ranks amongst the highest of our 23 markets worldwide.

Dimitar Klisarovski, Country Manager for Diaverum North Macedonia, commented: “It was an honour to host the Ambassador and her team at our facilities. As a Swedish-born, multinational healthcare organisation, we are proud of the work we’re doing at country level to lead the way in transforming renal care in North Macedonia and being able to share this was a true honour.”

“I would like to express my gratitude to all the team members, across all business functions within North Macedonia, for the work they do on a day-to-day basis, that made such a meeting successful”.

At present, Diaverum North Macedonia has 9 clinics, with more than 250 staff caring for over 670 patients, making it one of the most prominent providers of renal care in the country.

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