SEHA opens the COVID-19 Outstanding Evaluation Center
Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) announced the opening of the COVID-19 Outstanding Evaluation Center in both
- The Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center
- Al-Ain Convention Center
Its daily capacity of 2000 references in Abu Dhabi and 1500 references in Al-Ain.
COVID-19 Outstanding Evaluation Center
It is managed by “External Therapeutic Services”, one of the facilities of Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA), provides services to all members of the community whose Covid-19 examination was positive.
The COVID-19 Outstanding Evaluation Center is a qualitative addition to the health infrastructure dedicated to fighting the emerging coronavirus and limiting its spread, enabling this category to conduct the necessary examinations and medical evaluation and to easily and easily define the next steps at the hands of medical teams and trained volunteers who speak their languages.
His Excellency Sheikh Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Hamid, Chairman of the Department of Health – Abu Dhabi said: The establishment of the new COVID-19 Outstanding Evaluation Center is another example of the UAE’s endeavour to unify efforts and share resources in line with the vision of rational leadership. The number of examinations recently conducted by the state has exceeded two million, as a result of tireless efforts and common motivation Between both the health care sector and supportive partners. We look forward to working with our partners to ensure that all members of society have access to safe and accurate checks through a clear and specific follow-up process.
For his part, Salem Rashid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company “SEHA” said: While we continue to conduct tests on a large scale in various parts of the country in order to identify and care for people infected with the virus quickly, it is necessary to confirm the results of the tests in a fast and effective manner.
The establishment of the new COVID-19 Outstanding Evaluation Center comes in line with international best practices and with the aim of re-examination and providing primary care to community members who have come as a result of their positive tests.
He added: We express our sincere gratitude to the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC) who cooperated with us to host the new center, where we all work to achieve a common goal of protecting society.
Hamid Matar Al Dhaheri, Managing Director and CEO of Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC) and its group of companies, said: We are proud to launch the second phase of our partnership with the Department of Health – Abu Dhabi and the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA), which is a translation of the directives and instructions of our rational leadership to the necessity of strengthening cooperation between All national institutions and bodies to combat the epidemic (Covid-19) and reduce its consequences in the country, in addition to enriching the company’s contribution in supporting community service initiatives in this vital sector.
ADNEC teams have been able to complete, in record time, the testing centers in both the Abu Dhabi Conference Hall in the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre adjacent to the parking building (A and the examination center at Al Ain Convention Center), which were prepared according to the highest international standards specialized in this sector.
In turn, Dr. Noura Al-Ghaithi, Chief Operating Officer, said that, there is no doubt that obtaining a positive examination result may have a psychological impact on many people, so we put the comfort and reassurance of the references in our first priorities where we set an operational plan for the center to operate throughout the week from 8 am until 8 pm and that To enable them to review the position on the same day the result appears or the next morning.
She said: We have also allocated stations for the elderly, people of determination, families, and women, taking into account the privacy of references at all stages of the examination, in addition to applying social divergence and all precautionary measures in order to protect auditors and workers at the center alike.
The reviewer’s journey begins upon receiving a short text message that the result of his examination is positive and he must go to the yellow hall in the outstanding COVID-19 Outstanding Evaluation Center where his vital indicators are measured and his condition is evaluated and then registered in your medical safety system and an additional nose swab is done for him and then returns to The house adheres to the guidelines of the home quarantine until the result appears either through a short text message or by applying the health or application of the fort and in the event the evaluation shows that his condition is unstable or that he needs additional tests he is directed to the red hall to perform additional tests such as the ECG, blood, and radiation and then Consult a doctor who determines whether he or she needs to be hospitalized or can return home.
In the event that the result of the examination conducted by him at the center is negative, a short text message is sent to him to direct him to review the purple hall to re-perform the examination again to verify its result, but in case it is positive, he must visit the blue hall to be examined and assess his condition by the doctor and then be prepared for isolation Home by wearing an electronic bracelet or moving it to isolation facilities.
The COVID-19 Outstanding Evaluation Center combat the emerging coronavirus
The COVID-19 Outstanding Evaluation Center comes as a complement to the efforts of the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company to combat the emerging coronavirus, which recently announced the opening of 9 new survey centers, bringing the total centers managed by 24 centers across the country.
SEHA also established three field hospitals across the country and developed a program that uses artificial intelligence on the WhatsApp application to immediately respond to any inquiries and concerns related to the coronavirus by community members.
SEHA has launched a number of initiatives since the beginning of the Corona pandemic, to serve all segments of society, including the telemedicine service for outpatient patients and the home delivery service.