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Ministry enhances health services for all age groups
May 13, 2018
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DUBAI: The Ministry of Health and Prevention has announced the provision of emergency services for all age groups in critical surgical and medical conditions 24 hours a day.

This comes as part of the expanded package of Priority Health Services provided by the ministry and also as part of the ministry’s keenness on enhancing the overall community health by providing comprehensive, innovative and world-class health services.

The emergency departments in the ministry’s hospitals, on a daily basis, receive a number of patients. The department serves for all minor, moderate and critical cases of heart attacks, apoplexy, traffic accidents etc.

Dr. Yousef Mohammed Al Sarkal, Assistant Undersecretary for Hospital Sector, said that emergency cases are handled in the ministry’s hospitals with great care and in a record time. He added that the cases sent to the emergency departments are classified and arranged on the basis of how serious and urgent the case is.

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