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Hospitals and medical facilities in Dubai

List of hospitals in Dubai, medical clinics, health and medical services, public and private sector organisations.

List of government hospitals in Dubai (not complete)

See also Dubai Health Authority medical facilities for health clinics and medical centers.

  • Al Amal Psychiatric Hospital (Al Amal Hospital) - mental hospital in Al Wasl (Jumeirah) off Al Wasl Road next to fire station and post office (closed, relocating with new expansion project). Opening date 06 April 1983. Facilities include two psychiatric wards (segregated for men and women), addiction ward, outpatient clinic, laboratory, EEG, ECT (electro-shock), cafeteria, gymnasiums, movie theatre. Moving to new location in Al Aweer (Al Awir, Al Weer), project value AED 600 million, opening date unknown (Gulf News Xpress 14 April 2011). Current capacity 80 patients, will increase to 200 beds at new location. Construction to take 30 months (China Construction Company), start date unknown - was 2012? Completion in 2014 or 2015? Contact details still listed in UAE Yellow Pages as PO Box 1853 Dubai, Tel +971-4-3444010, fax +971-4-3496433. UAE Ministry of Health (MOH) website also lists Al Amal Hospital in old location with tel +971-4-3444010. Other sources, including another UAE Yellow Pages website, give postal address as PO Box 11425 Dubai and different location, in the Emirates NBD bank in Al Wasl for example (well trying to get a loan can be stressful so perhaps it makes sense). Update 27 May 2013 - new hospital location reported as Al Raweyah 3 (?) (Al Ruwayyah?), project cost AED 400-500 million, area 54,000 square metres, capacity 272 beds, VIP section (VIP psychiatric patients, what?), construction start and completion dates not reported (GN).
  • Al Baraha Hospital
  • Al Jalila Children's Specialty Hospital - under construction, started mid 2009 (well, a fence was built at least), completion scheduled for end 2010 ... end 2011 ... early 2012 ... contractor pre-qualification presentation announced 15 August 2011 (press release) so maybe even 2012 is still too optimistic. Specializing in pediatric care for children from birth to 14 (or sometimes 16) years old. Full name is Al Jalila Bint Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Hospital. Located in the Al Wasl Hospital area. Capacity 200 beds on 4 floors. Facilities include accommodation for parents, clinical laboratory department, dialysis unit, emergency department, heart centre, helipad, imaging and radiology department, medical surgery units, neonatal ICU, nephrology unit, nuclear medicine, oncology centre, operating rooms, outpatient department, pharmacy, rehabilitation services, royal suites.
  • Al Maktoum Hospital, Jebel Ali - specialising in accident and emergency care for residents of New Dubai, expected completion date February 2012. Area 945,000 square feet, capacity 300 beds on 6 floors. Facilities include surgery section, accident and emergency section, radiology suite, training and development section, Intensive Care Unit (ICU), separate ICU for children, operating rooms, critical care section, day care section, pharmacy, medical laboratory, helipad, respiratory units, prayer room.
  • Al Wasl Hospital - maternity and children's hospital in Dubai. Built in 1987. Renamed as Latifa Hospital according to a directive by Sheikh Mohammed to honor of the memory of his late mother, Sheikha Latifa Bint Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan (announced 04 January 2012).
  • Cancer treatment hospital - planned. DHA press release 04 January 2011 said (referring to Sheikh Mohammed) "HRH gave instructions to the Dubai Health Authority to commission a study for the establishment of a hospital for cancer treatment in Dubai."
  • Dubai Diabetes Center - new center opening September 2012, located on '2nd of December' st (previously Al Diyafah Rd). Qadi Saeed Al Muroushid, DHA Director-General, was quoted as saying "The new centre measures 20,000 square feet compared to the current one that is only 8,000 sq feet. Once the new centre opens, the current one will no longer be operational." New facilities and services will include paediatric endocrinology, day care treatment room, exercise physiologist, larger retinal imaging and podiatry facility. The current Diabetic Center is at Latifa Hospital (12 June 2012 announcement).
  • Dubai Hospital
  • Dubai Preventive Medical Compound, Al Baraha, tel +971-4-2731161 (MOH). Next to Dubai Hospital?
  • Dubai Rehabilitation Center (DRC) - opening by end 2012? Area 7,000 sq meters, cost AED 44 million, run by Bobath Memorial Hospital of Seoul, South Korea according to an MOU signed with the DHA (press release 30 Aug 2012). Facilities include beds for 30 in-patients, therapy room and gym for 15 patients, 4 electrotherapy rooms, hydrotherapy and pool therapy, physiotherapy (with equipment for kinesio, chiro, electro and magneto therapies and gait training), occupational therapy room, outdoor therapy courtyard, speech therapy room.
  • Hatta Hospital (expected completion mid-2010?) - announced in June 2005 as a 50-bed facility, cost AED 45 million, completion by September 2006. Delayed to mid-2008 and cost increased to 120m. Facilities to include child health centre, dental clinic, ENT clinic, eye clinic, maternity centre.
  • Latifa Hospital - new name for Al Wasl Hospital (announced 04 January 2012).
  • Rashid Hospital

List of private hospitals in Dubai (not complete)

EHL Group hospitals renamed 03 December 2012 - see next section below this one.

See Dubai Healthcare City hospitals for insitutes in that area.

  • American Hospital, behind Al Nasr Leisureland near Lamcy Plaza, Umm Hurair. Expensive, mixed reports. Expansion plans September 2007 - new building with 242 additional patient beds (all private rooms) on 7 floors covering an area of 50,000 square metres.
  • Belhoul European Hospital, Al Diyafah Street, Satwa.
  • Belhoul Speciality Hospital
  • Bourn Hall Dubai IVF fertility clinic - expected to open Q1 2012 ... delayed until October 2012? Located in the Sheikh Hamdan Centre (7th floor), Jumeirah. General Manager is Karen Mohring. Website www.bournhall-clinic.ae. Contact details PO Box 113931 Dubai, toll-free (in UAE) tel 800-IVF, tel +971-4-7055055, fax +971-4-7055056, email info@bournhall-clinic.ae.
  • Burjeel Hospital (Lifeline Hospital Group)
  • Canadian Specialist Clinics (Canadian Specialist Hospital) - Oud Metha Rd, Gulf Tower Building, Umm Hurair.
  • Canadian Specialist Hospital (CSH), Abu Hail, Deira
  • Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Medical Group (HMG) multispecialty hospital - new hospital announced 23 January 2012 to be located in Dubai Healthcare City. Unknown start and completion dates for construction.
  • Emirates International Hospital
  • Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust, Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC), tel +971-4-3624722. Regional office opened October 2005 (official opening in January 2006). Not an actual hospital but GOSH provides services at Dubai Hospital and Al Wasl Hospital, and support services to families in the Dubai through the DHCC office.
  • Iranian Hospital, Al Wasl Road, Satwa/Jumeirah.
  • Jebel Ali Hospital
  • Jumeirah University Hospital - a planned or under construction hospital in Al Quoz? On the same site as the Jumeira University in Dubai which opened in January 2012.
  • Hatta Hospital - a Dh 121m facility due to be completed by mid-2008. Announced by Qadhi Al Marshood, director of the Dubai Health Authority (Emirates Today 09 October 2007).
  • Medcare Hospital, Jumeirah (near Safa Park).
  • Moorfields Eye Hospital, DHCC, Tel 04-4297888, www.moorfields.ae. Open July 2007? First branch to open outside UK (originally founded in London 1804). Dubai branch of Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. Located in the Al Razi Medical Complex of DHCC.
  • Neurospinal Hospital (Neuro-Spinal Hospital), Jumeirah
  • Saudi-German Hospital - new hospital officially opened on 19 March 2012. Cost AED 400 million (WAM news 19 March 2012).
  • Umm Hurair Hospital - new hospital under construction (started May 2011), developer is Mir Hashem Khoory LLC. Partnership with Lifeline Hospital Group announced in January 2012 for hospital management and operation. Opening date expected in mid-2013 ... delayed to Q1 2014. Located in Bur Dubai near the Burjuman Center.
  • Welcare Hospital, Garhoud. Mixed reports, not as expensive as American Hospital.
  • Zulekha Hospitals - Zulekha Hospital Dubai in Al Qusais/Al Nahda area (tel +971-4-2678866), Zulekha Medical Center in Al Ghusais area (tel +971-4-2613004), Zulekha Diagnostic Center in Al Qusais area (tel +971-4-2634700). Website www.zulekhahospitals.com (not www.zulekhahospital.com - is spam).

Hospitals planned or under construction in Dubai

  • Fakeeh Medical University or College - planned, located in Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), associated with the DSO University Hospital. Opening date scheduled for 2019+delays. Courses and departments will include clinical pharmacy, dentistry, health policy and management, laboratory sciences, medicine, nursing, physiotherapy, radiology. See University Hospital DSO entry for more information about the overall project.
  • University Hospital Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), announced 05 Feb 2014 (press release 08 Feb 2014). Planned with opening date scheduled for 2017+delays. Teaching hospital and medical college (Fakih, Fakeeh Medical College, opening 2019). Location in DSO Technology Park? Total cost for both projects AED 1 billion. Area 150,000 sq meters. Hospital and college target market is DSO residents, medical tourism, and other rich patients - expect fees to be expensive. Departments and specializations to include cardiology, cosmetic laser surgery, mother and child health, obesity management, plastic surgery, spinal surgery. Hospital capacity 300 beds. Patient treatment capacity confusing, the press release said "a capacity of 700,000 patients per year, with an estimated 40,000 admissions and 20,000 surgical operations." Perhaps they will have special offers - admit one patient, get one or more free. Can a hospital have patients without admitting them? Partnerships planned or desired with Rochester Institute of Technology in DSO (RIT), the American University of Sharjah, the Al Ain University (or UAE University in Al Ain - unclear which), and Dubai Academic City colleges and universities. Some reports said hospital operation and management would be by those universities, but it sounds a bit odd to have so many different chiefs and cooks for that broth. Press release said "Fakeeh Medical University will partner with local universities, ... to help foster collaboration among medical students, researchers and clinical care providers." Developer is Dr Soliman Fakeeh Hospital (DSFH) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Renamed EHL Management Services hospitals (WAM 03 Dec 2012)

Rebranding is a result of Mediclinic International taking over ownership of EHL Management Services.

  • EHL Dubai Mall Medical Centre > Mediclinic Dubai Mall
  • EHL Arabian Ranches Clinic > Mediclinic Arabian Ranches
  • EHL Meadows Clinic > Mediclinic Meadows
  • Emirates Diagnostic Clinic (closed) > Mediclinic Beach Road (opening)
  • The City Hospital > Mediclinic City Hospital
  • Welcare Ambulatory Care Centre > Mediclinic Al Sufouh
  • Welcare Clinic Ibn Battuta > Mediclinic Ibn Battuta
  • Welcare Clinic Mirdif > Mediclinic Mirdif
  • Welcare Clinic Qusais > Mediclinic Qusais
  • Welcare Hospital > Mediclinic Welcare Hospital

Other clinics, health facilities, and medical centers in Dubai

Fertility and IVF clinics in Dubai

  • Bourn Hall Clinic - open February 2012. Location 7th floor, Sheikh Hamdan Center, 2nd December St (Al Diyafah St), Jumeirah. Postal address PO Box 113931, Dubai, UAE. Tel +971-4-3862000, email info@bournhall-clinic.ae, website www.bournhall-clinic.ae.

Medical and health related information for Dubai

  • Dubai Health Directory - directory of medical services and establishments in Dubai, first published in 2006 by Concept Media in partnership with the Dubai Department of Health and Medical Services (DOHMS). Directory includes listings of medical practitioners, doctors, polyclinics, specialty clinics, pharmacies, hospitals, laboratories, medical equipment suppliers, etc. A total of about 5,000 medical services providers are registered with DOHMS, including 1,200 clinics and hospitals in both public and private sectors. Website at www.dohmsdirectory.com (has an e-book download of the directory) - update: website now only has spam, try the DHA website at www.dha.gov.ae or www.dohms.gov.ae for Directory of Services (searchable database).
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