Dubai Health to offer early intervention on patients of concern
Friday, 06 21 2019, Category: Health, Country: U.A.E
Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has announced that it is in the process of implementing a plan to expand early intervention centers to treat and rehabilitate children from birth to six years, in line with increased demand for services.
Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has announced that it is in the process of implementing a plan to expand early intervention centers to treat and rehabilitate children from birth to six years of age, in line with increased demand for services, said Dr. Manal Trim, Executive Director of the Primary Health Care Sector.
Tarim explained that the Authority has developed major tracks to care for those who are concerned and early detection of diseases, and also harnesses all its potential to provide a better health future for the owners of the concern, which ensures them a distinctive health experience in its medical facilities.
She pointed out the tracks set by the Authority to achieve Dubai's strategy, foremost among which is the "Health Benefits for Owners" program, which aims to prepare a special register for all stakeholders, implement an integrated program for the comprehensive classification system for diagnosis and communicate with decision makers to issue the necessary regulations and regulations To ensure the application of the program.
The second track of the integrative health policy of stakeholders focuses on ensuring the integration of people of concern and society based on a high-quality health care system, with the aim of promoting programs based on equality between stakeholders and members of society, especially those associated with health and social activities.
Source: Teller Report