Ambulatory Healthcare Services (AHS), a SEHA health system facility, has announced extended working hours at Madinat Khalifa, Madinat Mohamed Bin Zayed and Al Maqtaa healthcare centers in Abu Dhabi, and the Mezyad healthcare center in Al Ain.
With effect from January 18, Madinat Khalifa, Madinat Mohamed Bin Zayed and Al Maqtaa healthcare centers will offer extended operating hours on Saturdays from 7:00am to 10:00pm instead of the earlier slot of 12:00 noon to 8:00pm. The regular working hours of these centers on weekdays will remain unchanged from 7:00am to 10:00pm.
Additionally, from January 4, the Mezyad healthcare center in Al Ain will become a 24/7 healthcare center to offer round-the-clock emergency care services. Other 24/7 healthcare centers within the AHS network include Al Khatem, Remah, Sweihan, Al Qua’a and Al Hayer healthcare centers.
Dr. Mariam Buti Al Mazroui, Acting CEO of AHS, said: “The decision to extend operating hours at these healthcare centers is in line with our ongoing efforts to advance the standards of healthcare services across the entire AHS entire network. The extended timing will also offer greater flexibility and convenience in consulting hours, while contributing to reduce waiting time and less congestion at these facilities. In our delivery of quality healthcare services across our network of healthcare centers in Abu Dhabi, we seek to meet our customers’ expectations and enhance the overall patient experience.”
Ambulatory Healthcare Services is committed to making the lives of people in the emirate of Abu Dhabi healthier. AHS uniquely combines local research findings and latest scientific evidence in the delivery of its holistic healthcare services. AHS’ efforts are centered around its commitment to contribute to Abu Dhabi’s strategic priority to become one of the best five governments in the world in its delivery of public services.