Congratulations to our newest Emirati certified Pediatric consultant Dr. Khawla Al Bloushi Deputy Chief Medical Officer Highlighted achievements: • 2015 – Received the Arab Board in Pediatric award • 5 years’ experience at SKMCA • July 2020 – holding pediatric consultant license from MOHAP.
Personal initiative from lawyer Abdullah Al-Muhairi in appreciation of the efforts of Sheikh Khalifa Medical City – Ajman to combat Covid-19
SKMCA receives a message of thanks and appreciation from the General Command of the UAE Armed Forces and the Fursan Alemarat.
The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly been extremely testing for healthcare services across the world. It has not only affected people of all ages but has also left permanent scars in the minds of many healthcare workers. Sheikh Khalifa Medical City in Ajman was amongst the first hospitals to prepare for this challenge well in advance,…
SKMCA would like to congratulate Ms. Khansa for getting her master study with very good GP “Leadership in Health Education Profession” from the University of Sharjah. My research project topic was about Developing an Education Program for Nurses about Effective Communication to improve communications among nurses and in the nursing profession.
The laboratories at Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, in Ajman and Masfoot, have achieved the ISO 15189 requirements for quality and competence for laboratories. The survey was the first global online survey, with auditing through videoconference, distance review of documents and filmed lab-processes. The driving spirit for the accreditation has been Dr. Najat Mohammed Rashid, Director…
In line with the preventive measures against Coronavirus (COVID-19), and to ensure the health and safety of SKMCA’s staff, patients, and visitors: Hand Sanitizer stands were placed at SKMCA’s main entrances where each stand is equipped with hand sanitizer and instruction of effective hand rub process.
Dawak Li Darek is a service that had been discussed before the COVID-19 pandemic, but it became an extra interesting service to develop as a way of keeping social distance. Social distancing is important especially for risk groups therefore it is the service initially offered to stable, chronic elderly (60+) patients.