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Abu Dhabi – Dept. of Health launches emergency program

Thursday, 12 05 2019, Category: Insurance and Reinsurance, Country: U.A.E
The Department of Health - Abu Dhabi (DoH), the regulator of the healthcare sector in the Emirate, has adopted an integrated approach to help mitigate healthcare emergencies and disasters within the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. This primarily includes a robust training program, which seeks to train 3,000 nominated staff including doctors and administrative personnel from across all stakeholders in the healthcare sector, aiming to enhance their emergency preparedness capabilities and ensure that they are ready to effectively deal with all major health and mass casualty incidents.

The healthcare emergency and disaster management capability development program is set to be implemented in coordination with Prometheus Medical MENA, and will run over the course of an 18-month period.


Source: Department of Health – Abu Dhabi
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