The 40 year old Abu Dhabi Health Centre is scheduled to be dismantled and will be replaced for the construction of a Dh54million state of the art healthcare facility.
Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) confirmed that the Al Mushrif Healthcare Center is to be remodel by 2018 under green building standard. It is one of the 23 structures to be rebuilt in the capital city.
“Our new facilities have been carefully planned to offer the best health-care services and standards to meet the expectations of the residents in the emirate. The new Al Mushrif Healthcare Centre will be equipped with excellent, modern facilities and the latest equipment to ensure world-class, specialized health care”, SEHA said on a statement.
Erected in 1973, the Health Centre been closed to the public last July 19 and the flattening works will start soon. The new structure will be constructed on the same site.
The new health facility is designed to cater more than 100,000 visitors per year. New services will be offered such as dermatology, emergency care, family medicine, gynecology, nutrition and health education, obstetrics, pediatrics, physical therapy and alike.
To alleviate strains on hospital and outpatient clinics, the new healthcare center would be having 16 examination rooms, laboratories, radiology units, and support and rehabilitation services.
At a later part of the construction, further medical staffs will be hired in addition to 6 family physicians, 1 general practitioner and 2 dentists currently employed in the centre.
Designed based on the latest international medical standard, the new healthcare centre has a total of 6,400 square metres of buildings, 1,600 square metres of infrastructure and gardens, car parking spaces and meeting rooms.