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Dubai, the first to open a ‘smart’ clinic with virtual doctors

Dubai, the first to open a ‘smart’ clinic with virtual doctors
  • The first smart clinic in the United Arab Emirates has opened in Dubai.
  • Located in Dubai Festival City, the first clinic of its kind allows patients to walk in for a quick virtual consultation with the doctor.
  • Patients can complete their diagnosis and treatment for many common conditions.

The first smart clinic in the United Arab Emirates opened in Dubai, where patients are greeted virtually by a receptionista doctor and a nurse on site for a virtual consultation.

Located in Dubai Festival City, the first clinic of its kind, which is the size of a smart kiosk, lets patients walk in for a virtual consultation quickly with the doctor.

The first smart clinic of the United Arab Emirates opened in Dubai, where patients are greeted virtually by an on-site receptionist, doctor and nurse for a virtual consultation.

It is the size of a smart kiosk

Located in Dubai Festival City, the first clinic of its kind, The size of a smart kiosk, it allows patients to walk in for a quick virtual consultation with the doctor.

Patients can complete your diagnosis and treatment for many common conditionsfrom chronic respiratory problems to ear infections, sore throats, fevers, colds and flu, allergies, conjunctivitis, nausea, constipation, asthma, bronchitis and common skin conditions, including contact dermatitis, rashes and diaper rash.

In case of urgent treatment, the doctor can immediately call an ambulance to transport the patient

Smart Clinic, which saves time and also relieves patients from long queues, usually treats people suffering from chronic diseases. However, in case of urgent treatment, the doctor can immediately call an ambulance to transport the patient to a hospital for further diagnosis.

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Dr. Haidar Saeed Al Yousuf, Managing Director of Al-Futtaim Health, said that smart clinics aim to solve the real-world problem of patients who need instant medical solutions from diagnoses and medicines, putting the solution within reach. of your hands.

“It is the next radical step in the evolution of self-enabled medical technology, in a space the size of a compact kiosk,” he added.

Dr. Marwan Al Mulla, CEO of the Dubai Health Authority, said the authority always supports innovation in healthcare with its partners in the private sector.

“Dubai is always striving to be number one in all fields, including healthcare.”

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