Outpatient healthcare services provider Dawi Clinics expands outside the capital city and set foot into the Nile Delta, opening a new branch in Tanta, Invest-Gate reports.

The launch marks the tenth branch of the primary healthcare clinic chain, adding to its existing nine units across Cairo, Giza, and 6th of October City, according to the company’s press release on June 16.

CEO of Dawi Clinics Magda Habib underscored, “Our expansion to the Nile Delta reflects our ongoing commitment to providing Egyptian families all over the country with high-quality, affordable, and convenient primary healthcare services.”

Since its inception in 2016, Dawi Clinics strives “to provide patients with a consistently high quality of medical care throughout all of their branches,” using modern technologies such as electronic medical records and standardized care pathways, besides a centralized call center and reservation system.

Back in 2016, Habib told Financial Times that the healthcare startup endeavors to stand as the “Starbucks of clinics,” inspired by healthcare chains in the US. “My dream is to have 100 branches, but the plan is between 25 to 30,” she was quoted as saying.