Dubai world Trade Centre hospital became free of patients

Under the directives of the Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai, the Dubai’s COVID-19 Command and Control Centre announced the departure of another person infected with the COVID-19 from Dubai world Trade Centre hospital after his recovery, thereby closing its doors after great efforts that highlighted the distinction of the first line of defence that supervised patient care and treatment Throughout this period.

Dubai World Trade Centre hospital celebrates the departure of the patient

Dubai World Trade Centre field hospital managed the medical staff of the Health Authority in Dubai with additional support from the private health care sector and more than 279 distinguished medical cadres including doctors, nurses, pharmacists and technicians, along with 200 volunteers who participated in providing a range of diverse health and preventive services.

The health system in Dubai has demonstrated through the hospital an exceptional ability to create equipped field hospitals.

Dr Amer Ahmad Sharif, head of Dubai’s COVID-19 Command and Control Centre said: “The departure of another infected person with the new Coronavirus came as a result of the concerted efforts of the government and private sectors, and the commitment and cooperation of community members, which calls for optimism that Dubai is proceeding with a steady path towards a full recovery, This is thanks to the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, may God preserve him.

The encouragement of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, the rapid movement and distinct style of work teams within the framework of The plan that was supervised by the Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai led by His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai ».

Dubai World Trade Centre hospital

Cooperation

Dr. Amer Sharif added: “Thanks to the efficiency of the policies and measures taken by Dubai in the face of the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic, and cooperation between the government and private sectors, Dubai has shown flexibility and readiness to deal with emergency crises, pointing out that within the centre’s strategy, a number of Dubai hospitals have been completely abandoned From Corona cases, and returned to provide regular diagnostic and treatment services ».

Dubai World Trade Centre hospital efforts

On his part, His Excellency Humaid Mohammed Al Qatami, Director General of the Dubai Health Authority said: “The achievement made by Dubai World Trade Centre hospital, and what the hospitals and medical facilities are achieving in the same direction, reflects the continuous great efforts of our first line of defence by doctors, nurses and specialized and administrative-technical cadres, who have dedicated themselves with all responsibility and commitment to tackle the “COVID-19” pandemic.

His Excellency affirmed that: “the continuous work around the clock, which was carried out by the supportive and technical medical staff in the medical facilities in general, along with the availability of the best equipment, and following the latest international treatment protocols, which helped patients to recover quickly.”

He explained that the recovery and exit of all 1269 cases received by the field hospital highlight the high efficiency that characterizes the health system in Dubai.

Business system

In this context, Dr. Manal Tarim, Executive Director of the Primary Health Care Sector at the Dubai Health Authority and Director of the Dubai World Trade Centre hospital said: “After the decline in the number of people infected with the Coronavirus, we celebrate today with the medical and nursing staff of the Dubai World Trade Centre hospital by leaving the last of those infected with the virus after recovering fully, and start preparations The recent closing of the field hospital, which succeeded in translating the system of work based on cooperation and effective partnership between the public and private sectors and set an example for immediate response in crisis management.

For his part, Dr. Issa Kazim, head of the Hospitals and Medical Services team at the Corona Virus Control and Control Center, said: “The UAE has shown great efficiency in facing“ COVID-19 ”, and with the pandemic beginning to spread around the world, Dubai has taken a set of immediate precautions to ensure the safety of citizens The residents, as well as health sector workers, whether governmental or private, to reduce the burden on the health sector, pointing out that the hospital is part of the control and control centre’s efforts to combat Coronavirus in a prudent way to raise health readiness in the Emirate of Dubai and enable the medical sector to deal with various scenarios Potential to address the spread of the “COVID-19” pandemic, and the hospital strengthened the ability to deal with moderate and moderate cases, thus enabling hospitals to deal with severe cases.

Global specifications

The Dubai World Trade Centre field hospital is a mobile hospital that was established on the land of the Dubai World Trade Center on an area of ​​25 thousand square feet, and was opened by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council on April 17, and was established according to the highest specifications, requirements and guidelines. Accredited by the World Health Organization, regarding the establishment and construction of field hospitals for the Coved 19 pandemic, along with a group of advanced medical laboratories, advanced radiology rooms, and a comprehensive pharmacy. The number of laboratory examinations carried out by the hospital amounted to 5584 exams, in addition to 2370 x-rays.

Source: khaleejtimes
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