Al Qatami said the DHA is keen on fulfilling Dubai’s vision and its future ambitions of becoming a world-class city in providing first class medical services by constantly developing their facilities and services.
Al Qatami made the statement on Sunday during his visit to Al Bidaa Health Centre, a DHA center that received international accreditation by the Joint Commission International, JCI, and the Arabic Board in Family Medicine proving that it is providing services and facilities are on par with international standards.
The visit was led by Dr. Manal Taryam CEO of Primary Health Care Centres, PHC, at DHA, Amna Al Suwaidi the Director of Human Resources at DHA, Dr. Fawzia Al Abduly, Director of the Bidaa Centre and Dr. Hamda Mesmar, Director of the Dental Care services at DHA.
During his visit, Al Qatami said the authority would spare no effort to achieve Dubai’s 3D printing strategy especially in dental care.
He said the authority will support creatives and innovators working in it to help bring their creative ideas into reality especially those that are related to smart services.
Al Qatami listened to the explanation of Dr. Mesmar regarding the services and efforts her department exerted to utilize 3D printing in dental care. Al Qatami said the authority has all the capabilities to join the world drive of utilizing 3D printing in dental care.
Dr. Abduly presented Al Qatami with the latest services in Al Bidaa Centers, where she revealed that the center receives more than 4000 customers monthly for its different departments including dental care, family medicine and pregnancy care. Dr. Abduly said the center has an effective role in early diagnoses of hereditary diseases among infants.
Al Qatami viewed the centers different departments and labs at the centre and oversaw the workflow and services provided to educate the public.