UAE, December 21, 2016 - A UAE's leading medical care service providers, Prime Healthcare facility has inaugurated its new state-of-the art intensive-care stroke system and new private spaces for its clients as part of its continuous development initiatives and dedication to offer world-class health care services. The recently opened systems and exclusive spaces are located the hospital building's new flooring.
The opening ceremony was gone to by H.E. Dr. Ahmed Ibrahim Bin Kalban, Chief Executive Officer of Hospital Provider Sector at the Dubai Health Authority; H.E. Khalifa bin Darrai, Executive Director of Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Solutions (DCAS); Essa Al Ghurair, Chairman of Al Ghurair Foods; and Dr. Jamil Ahmed, Managing Director of Prime Health center. Their particular senior officials and administrators from DHA and Prime Health center were additionally present in the event.
The new centers will essentially broaden the hospital's scope of services. The intensive-care stroke unit, particularly, is poised to raise bench in stroke administration as it is equipped with the latest medical tools and being led by a specialized team of professionals in the areas of neurology, neurosurgery, cardiology, radiology, and intensive care. The team is supported by extremely certified registered nurses and other doctor.
For his part, H.E. Dr. Ahmed Ibrahim Bin Kalban, Chief Executive Officer of Hospital Provider Market at the Dubai Health Authority, said: "We constantly reinforce our relationship with the economic sector as an acknowledgment on our part of its considerable role in promoting Dubai's global competitiveness in the clinical and healthcare industry, in addition to its payments to the emirate's medical care services. Our durable partnership permits us to far better address the health demands of our community members, provide them with topnotch services, and exchange experiences with our equivalents. The opening of brand-new personal spaces and modern intensive-care stroke device at Prime Health center is a terrific advance to better elevate the hospital's quality health care services. Such an action sustains our efforts to make Dubai a leading destination for medical care services and establish a recognized clinical system in the emirate."
Dr. Jamil Ahmed, Managing Director of Prime Health center, stated: "As part of our continual initiatives to advertise medical care solutions in Dubai, we constructed a brand-new intensive-care stroke system and added more private rooms for individuals' convenience in Prime Hospital. The new medical centers enhance the provision of medical services to our patients in accordance with our ongoing initiatives making Dubai the utmost destination for sophisticated healthcare solutions and build a local clinical system of best quality. The exclusive clinical market is continuously contributing to Dubai's health ecological community, playing an essential role in improving clinical tourism and offering best-in-class healthcare solutions. As a personal institution, we also keep robust partnerships with the public field to exchange experience and knowledge along with promote innovation and make sure the stipulation of premium clinical solutions to our clients."
According to the recurring instructions to make certain community well-being and joy in addition to provide high-level medical services inning accordance with the objectives of Dubai Plan 2021, the Dubai Government has heightened its engagement with the economic sector to boost healthcare investments and constantly deliver exceptional medical services. In return, the private sector has actually actively taken part in the advancement, updating and expansion of health care solutions in coordination with public establishments. Today, the exclusive medical sector is seeing continuous and fast progress as confirmed by the facilities of new exclusive health centers, basic and specific clinics, healthcare complicateds, and other relevant facilities. The progress even more underlines the sector's vital function in the arrangement and advancement of essential clinical services.