Al-Ahli Hospital has achieved yet another milestone in its pursuit of excellence in guest safety and quality. Last week a team of esteemed surveyors from the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards International (ACHSI), one of the top healthcare accreditation bodies in the world, conducted a planned periodic review. This event marks the two year anniversary since the Hospital achieved full international accreditation under the ACHSI Evaluation and Quality Improvement Program (EQuIP) and provides an opportunity for a team of industry peers to evaluate the continuous quality improvement activities of the hospital over this time.
Al-Ahli Hospital has achieved another milestone in collaboration with the Australia Council on Healthcare standards International
Al- Ahli Hospital has provided a special mobile App for asthma patients, which will help to monitor their condition. The MY Asthma MD App could be downloaded on a smart- phone for accurate monitoring of asthma.
Ahli Hospital has introduced an automated special device to analyze the quality of the sensitive tissue
To ensure the safety and increase success rates in corneal transplantation, Al Ahli Hospital has introduced an automated special device to analyze the quality of the sensitive tissue, especially when it comes from the far-away countries like the US and Europe.
A sophisticated digitalized specular microscope now ensures an accurate tissue assessment prior to the surgical procedure, which is commensurate with international safety standards.
Al - Ahli Hospital recently held a “nutrition day” as part of its programmes to increase awareness in society on health issues. The two-day activities included a series of workshops and lectures on the benefits of healthy food.
Al-Ahli Hospital celebrated world Diabetes “Walk to stop Diabetes”
Al-Ahli Hospital celebrated the world diabetes day on 12th of November 2014 stressing the significance of educating to the public to fight the increasing prevalence of diabetes around the world and in the region.