Diabetes related mortality rates and major foot amputations have been reduced by over a third at Abu Dhabi-based Mafraq Hospital, after a collaborative project with the University of Salford, UAE.
In 2013 Mafraq Hospital had a 38
Abu Dhabi’s $870 million Al Mafraq Hospital expansion has been voted one of the world’s top drylining projects in a prestigious international awards competition organised by Saint-Gobain Gypsum.
The project, which reli
A senior medical laboratory technologist at Mafraq Hospital was honoured for publishing the Middle East’s first ‘Atlas of Hematology’ at the recent fifth annual Seha Research Conference in Abu Dhabi.
The Atlas of
A combined team of experienced surgeons from Abu Dhabi-based Mafraq Hospital and Sheikh Khalifa Medical City conducted a successful brain aneurysm coiling surgery on an Emirati woman, a first for the GCC region.
75 year old Moza A
Abu Dhabi-based Mafraq Hospital conducted an educational campaign for patients and staff, promoting physical fitness and raising awareness of physiotherapy in observance of World Physical Therapy Day (September 8).
Lack of awareness of stroke symptoms is one of the leading causes of death and adult disability in the UAE, said a senior surgeon.
Dr Mohammed Baguneid, chief of vascular surgery at the Abu Dhabi-based Mafraq Hospital called for the pub
Mafraq Hospital, a leading unit of Abu Dhabi Healthcare Services (Seha), today unveiled its strategic plans to build a new hospital that will replace the existing facility.
The plan outlines the hospital’s areas of focus and
Mafraq Hospital, owned and operated by Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha), has appointed Dr Bill Brock as its first chief quality officer (CQO).
Dr Brock brings more than three decades of professional experience in hospital qualit
Abu Dhabi Health Services Company-owned Mafraq Hospital, has unveiled its new state-of-the-art emergency room, increasing its capacity from 10 to 33 patient bays and almost trebling potential patient intake.
The updated, patient-fri
Mafraq Hospital, which is owned and operated by the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha), recently unveiled its new state of the art emergency room (ER), increasing the capacity from 10 to 33 patient bays.
The updated, patient-friendly