Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan was given a rousing welcome when he visited Abu Dhabi’s NMC Royal Hospital .
Dr B.R. Shetty, chief executive officer of NMC group took him around the hospital, where he met with the patients.
NMC Royal Hospital has implemented the Magnet Recognition Program for our care givers. The Magnet Recognition Program is a recognition program operated by the American Nurses Credentialing Center that allows nurses to recognize nursing excellence in other nurses. It is considered the highest recognition for nursing excellence.
NMC Royal Hospital is equipped with the most advanced technology and its medical staff are trained in best global healthcare practices delivering quality healthcare to not only those living in the capital, but patients from across the UAE and GCC.
In its immediate neighbourhood, new hospital serves the need of the growing population of Abu Dhabi’s Khalifa City, Al Raha, Mussafah, Mohammed bin Zayed City, Masdar City, Abu Dhabi International Airport, Shahama and Yas Island, suburbs which – according to the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030 – are expected to house around one-fifth of the emirate’s total population by 2030.
The 250 bed hospital has an easy access from Al Ain and Dubai and serves as a tertiary referral centre with 24 hours emergency services and an integrated network of ambulance services. The hospital’s state-of-the-art electronically integrated critical care units include dedicated cardiac and stroke units with round the clock intensivist cover. A team of 121 doctors, consisting of 35 consultants and 63 specialists and 23 general physicians – primarily western qualified – is one of the highest consultant density in the country. They provide the best clinical care in the country including a detailed chronic disease management program. The five pillars of our medical program are Cardiac Sciences, Emergency Medicine & Critical Care, Mother and Child Health, Gastroenterology and Hepatology and Neuro Sciences.
The OPD’s are run only by specialists and consultants.
Moving in tandem with the rapid advancements in the field of healthcare, the hospital has the region’s first hybrid operating theatre with flex move system, a 3 Tesla MRI unit, 256 slice CT scanner and automated laboratory system. The 250 bed hospital has 65 Critical care beds and the regions first NICU and PICU combination in the private sector.
The $200 million NMC Royal Hospital at Khalifa City is the UAE’s largest private sector hospital and will provide services to the residents of Khalifa City, Al Raha, Mohammed bin Zayed City, Masdar City, Abu Dhabi International Airport and Shahama and Yas Island.
Considered as the hospital of tomorrow, the Dh734 metre hospital will be the first of its kind in the private sector to offer continuum of care for its patients besides providing world-class emergency, critical and acute cardiovascular care.
An Abu Dhabi resident, Diana Naveen, and her two daughters were among the select guests who were given the opportunity to meet him.
Others who took photographs with him included senior government officials and leading Indian businessmen and their families.