Use the toggle below to switch the contrast.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 13 November 2022: Dubai has 52 hospitals across the private and public health sector and a bed-capacity of 6400 beds as per 2021 statistics.
The Emirate has more than 50,000 healthcare professionals in Dubai including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, dentists and technicians and in 2021, the number of surgeries conducted in Dubai was 159,000 as per DHA’s annual statistics report.
Khalid Al Jallaf, Director of Research, Studies and Data Analysis Department at the Dubai Health Authority said the report reflects the size and the exponential growth of the health sector in the Emirate and its ability to keep pace with future developments.
He highlighted the report is available on the DHA’s website and this is to ensure transparency as well as to cooperate with different stakeholders at the UAE, regional and international level.
He said the report provides data that is beneficial for planning the future of the health sector in terms of capacity building – both for medical facilities such as hospitals and health centres as well as for capacity building in terms of human resources and specializations needed.
He said the in-depth report has been prepared by experts and can be used as an excellent tool by healthcare experts, planners and academicians to plan future strategies based on evidence-based data.
Do you find this Content helpful?