The dynamic socio-cultural fabric of UAE is a confluence of multiple nationalities. Needs are distinct, attitudes differ and consumption behaviors are varied. Lifeline Healthcare Group with its well located medical centers, day care surgery centre and a flagship hospital in Dubai, Lifeline Hospital, Jebel Ali has been at the forefront of providing compassionate care and attention in primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare segments.
Lifeline Hospital is a fully equipped facility with latest technology and services provided by highly qualified and experienced healthcare professionals in a luxurious, warm and caring environment. The service repertoire now includes respiratory medicine and pulmonology, endocrinology, nephrology, neurology, endoscopy suites, dialysis suites, a new expanded ICU, a state-of-the-art Maternity Wing with a Level-3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, a new radiology unit offering mammography, bone densitometry and CT-Scan, in addition to offering a wide range of services in dentistry, ENT, ophthalmology, dermatology, orthopedics, pediatrics, physiotherapy, plastic surgery, internal medicine, urology, obstetrics and gynaecology and emergency care. The facility is supported by a pathology laboratory that can offer specialized as well as routine blood and other tests. A diet and nutrition department offers diet counseling and guidance for diabetes, weight loss, hypertension and post surgical recuperation amongst other conditions.
The group has in its network of medical centers at Bur Dubai and Marina, a day surgery hospital and will be opening Lifeline Hospital Midriff in 2015 which will be a 120 – bedded tertiary facility. The group also runs the only dedicated doctor-on-call service in the UAE, 800 DOCTOR which offers clients friendly, prompt, affordable, high-quality and personalized medical care in an environment of their choice— home, office or hotel room. 800 DOCTOR’s medical team comprises specialists in internal medicine, general surgery, pediatrics, physiotherapy, obstetrics and gynecology. Typically, the service maintains a very short response time; the team is able to reach within the specified 60 minutes.