The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company “SEHA” has decided to allocate Al Ain Hospital to cases of isolation and treatment of new Corona virus patients (Covid-19), while it will transfer patients currently in hospital to Tawam, and to other health facilities in Al Ain, in line with its efforts to enhance health care outcomes And the quality of services provided to the residents of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
The hospital administration, in coordination with the “Health” Company and the Health Department in Abu Dhabi, and the various health facilities in Al Ain City, has developed a comprehensive plan to ensure the continuity of the treatment experience for inpatients, without interruption, delay or a change in the quality of the provided service, as in accordance with the plan established the transfer of inpatients to Tawam Hospital , And other facilities according to its jurisdiction, in the interest of their safety.
Deputy CEO of SEHA, Rashid Saif Al Qubaisi, confirmed that SEHA, in coordination and cooperation with the Abu Dhabi Health Department, is doing its best to implement the directions of rational leadership, and continues its strategy to upgrade its health facilities and provide health care in accordance with the highest international standards for the people of Abu Dhabi.
He said that the arrangements made at Al Ain Hospital are part of the efforts to motivate health facilities to enhance their expertise in specific specialties, as medical and technical cadres in Al Ain Hospital were trained and qualified to deal with various cases, noting that “Health” has developed a comprehensive plan that focused on ensuring continued Providing high-quality health care to patients and their uninterrupted, in addition to prior and immediate coordination with various partners to ensure concerted efforts during the next stage, in order to ensure the safety of community members.
For his part, Executive Director of Al Ain Hospital of Health Company, Hamid Amhi Al Mansouri, said that the necessary plans have been put in place to safely transfer all patients who receive health care in Al Ain Hospital to alternative health facilities within the city of Al Ain, with great care to continue receiving the necessary medical care that corresponds With SEHA and international standards in mind, and to stop receiving any auditors, for their safety.
He added that the emergency department of Al Ain Hospital will be closed temporarily, while other emergency cases will be transferred to the emergency department of Tawam Hospital, while urgent cases will be transferred to other hospitals operating in Al Ain City, such as: NMC Hospital, Burjeel Hospital and Ain Al Khaleej Hospital In addition to the health centers affiliated to the external therapeutic services of the company “health”, so that coordination between the work team in Tawam Hospital and other hospitals to facilitate the process of receiving patients and provide the necessary health care for them.
The Executive Director of Al Ain Hospital stated that a “telemedicine” service will be provided, with the aim of providing counseling and providing medical care to patients through virtual means of communication, with the aim of reducing patients’ review of clinics and health centers except in cases of necessity, so that they are not exposed to infection under the current circumstances, The specialized team at Al Ain Hospital will communicate with the patients registered with it and who receive health care through the hospital’s outpatient clinics to check on them, advise them not to come to the hospital in the dates specified previously, and inform them that the doctor will contact them Medical advice blood necessary for them remotely, and if the doctor felt that the patient needs to meet him will be making the necessary arrangements for it, taking care to patient safety.
Al-Mansouri pointed out that, with regard to patients suffering from chronic diseases, medications will be automatically dispensed to and delivered to their homes without the need to come to the hospital, and Al Ain Hospital called on patients who visit the outpatient clinics in the hospital to communicate over the phone in order to ensure the delivery of their medicines to their homes, to facilitate them And maintaining their health and not being exposed to infection.
Al Ain Hospital management called on patients and their families to contact directly with the SEHA Customer Service Center on 80050 to inquire, book appointments and provide any comments, wishing all health and wellness.