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Emergency

The Emergency Department (ED) oF Dubai Hospital is the dedicated area in a hospital that is organized and administered to provide a high standard of emergency care to those in the community who perceive the need for, or are in need of, acute or urgent care, including hospital admission.

 The Emergency Department (ED) provides care to patients 24 hours per day, seven days per week and is staffed by specialists in Emergency Medicine. Caregivers treat over 11000 adult and pediatric patients annually, providing a critical link to healthcare for our community. Our experienced physicians are dedicated to providing high quality, patient centered care

The ED consists of 54 treatment rooms/spaces, including a split flow (fast track) area open 24 hours. The Department is a model unit for the evaluation and treatment of patients with conditions that require life or limb saving supported by state of art medical equipment, dedicated lab and advanced radiology services.

Physicians specially trained and highly experienced in emergency medicine staff the department. These professionals work closely with a dedicated and talented team of nurses and administrators to provide the very best care.

The core business of our department includes but not limited to:

  • 24/7 consultant led service
  • Triage and Registration
  • Assessment
    • History
    • Physical Examination
    • Investigations
  • Management
    • Treatment
    • Disposition
    • Resuscitation, assessment and treatment of acute illness and injury in patients of all ages by appropriately trained staff, according to international, national and local standards.
    • Onward referral as appropriate
    • Review work as appropriate
    • Observation medicine / decision medicine
    • Major incident planning

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