Feb 16 2014
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AHS to Roll-out Health Awareness Campaigns on Importance of Preventive Screening
Campaign to Target Al Quaa, Al Hayer and Sweihan Communities in Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi-UAE: 16 February 2014 - Ambulatory Healthcare Services (AHS), a part of the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company ( SEHA ), is set to roll out a health awareness campaign in the emirate to drive home the importance of preventive screenings. The campaign will run from 16 -25 February across the communities of Al Quaa, Al Hayer, and Sweihan.
The AHS campaign in Al Quaa community is scheduled for 16 - 17 February, while Al Hayer residents can benefit from the health campaign from 18 - 20 February and those in Sweihan from 23 - 25 February.
Through the campaign, AHS seeks to encourage people living in these areas to undergo periodic preventive health screenings, including Health Authority - Abu Dhabi's (HAAD) Weqaya screenings to monitor potential risk factors, age and co-morbidity specific counseling, preventive screening and immunization. The campaign also aims to deepen the community's understanding of the medical services available at the AHS healthcare centers in Al Hayer, Al Quaa and Sweihan.
Dr Lolowa Al Mekaini, Director, Eastern Region for Ambulatory Health Services Centers, said: "AHS has launched the health awareness campaign in the three Eastern Region municipalities in a bid to improve the general health of the community's residents. Preventive health screening leads to greater knowledge and awareness of one's own body. Periodic monitoring of the body is highly essential for early detection of problems and better health outcome. AHS encourages preventive health screenings among people of all ages in the emirate as part of its commitment to improve morbidity and mortality rates in the population."
Ambulatory Healthcare Services is committed to making the lives of people in the emirate of Abu Dhabi healthier and easy accessible to better health care. AHS uniquely combines local research findings and the latest scientific evidence in the delivery of its services.
About Ambulatory Healthcare Services - SEHA
Ambulatory Healthcare Services (AHS) is a HealthSystem Facility of the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company ( SEHA ). It was formed to facilitate and furnish a unique combination of the diagnostic and treatment services of a hospital with the personalized care that a healthcare centre offers. At present, AHS as an organisation includes the following facilities and subsidiaries:
- Ambulatory Care Centers
- Disease Prevention & Screening Centers (DPSCs)
- School Health Services (SHS) at 270 primary and secondary educational institutions
- Mobile Clinic Solutions
For more information, please visit our website: www.ahs.ae
HealthSystem and the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company PJSC (
SEHA is health in Arabic. The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company PJSC- whose marketing identity is SEHA - is an independent, public joint stock company created to develop the curative activities of the public healthcare system in Abu Dhabi. The company owns and operates all the public hospitals and clinics of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi which together make up the SEHA HealthSystem. SEHA is committed to continuous improvement of customer care to recognized international standards and providing our customers and communities served world class healthcare. SEHA has partnered with internationally recognized hospital managers to achieve these goals. These include Johns Hopkins Medicine International, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, VAMED, Medical University of Vienna and Fresenius Medical Care. SEHA owns and operates 12 hospitals with 2,644 beds, 62 ambulatory care, family care and urgent care centers and 2 blood banks. SEHA is one of the largest integrated healthcare providers in the Middle East with more than 17,000 doctors, nurses, ancillary care and administrative personnel in its employ. Visit our website at www.seha.ae.
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