United Arab Emirates, 22nd April 2018: NMC ProVita International Medical Center, a subsidiary of the UAE’s largest private sector healthcare provider NMC Healthcare and the market pioneer in post-acute medical and rehabilitative care in the UAE, expands its footprint throughout UAE and becomes the first to offer its gamut of services to the Northern Emirates at Al Zahra Hospital – Sharjah.
The move follows the company’s legacy as a first mover in the long-term care sector, expanding its accredited patient-centric protocols to serve the communities of Sharjah and the Northern Emirates while ensuring that patients are able to remain closer to their loved ones during their recovery journey.
The opening ceremony of the new unit took place on Sunday, April 22 in attendance of Clancey Po, Director- Corporate Operations Strategy, NMC Healthcare; Stanley Rodrigues, General Manager NMC ProVita and Santhosh Skaria, CEO of AZHS.
Through its team of experienced and specialized healthcare professionals and the latest medical technologies, NMC's ProVita looks forward to deploying the highly advanced new unit, comprising 14 beds and a dedicated rehabilitation gym, to make holistic, competent and compassionate care accessible to larger populations throughout the country.
Prasanth Manghat, CEO and Executive Director, NMC Healthcare said, 'Provita introduced the concept of long-term care of a patient requiring multi-level life-support functions in the UAE and has been working closely with the families of such patients who have neuro cognitive disabilities. Now having expanded to Sharjah, we are much closer to our goal of offering the services across the Emirates of the UAE.'
“We’re optimistic that this unit supported by NMC ProVita at Al Zahra Hospital Sharjah will bring world-class long-term care and rehabilitative services to the doorstep of patients in Sharjah, providing them with the same quality of services we’ve been able to provide citizens of Abu Dhabi and Al Ain since 2011,” said Stanley Rodrigues, General Manager, NMC ProVita.
A thankful family of a patient Jumaa Al Marzooqi said, 'We are now at Al Zahra Hospital, in the long-term rehabilitation unit, NMC ProVita. I’d like to express my thanks and gratitude for the warm hospitality and quality care we are receiving here and the excellent conduct that befits this place. There is intimacy in the way they we are cared for – patients and family members alike. I really appreciate the outstanding conduct and treatment I’ve experienced and observed in this unit.”