The art of healing: A new standard in healthcare
It is not just about the cure. It is not only about the equipment. It is not merely about the facilities. At Life Line Hospital Mussafah, we are of the firm belief that the process of healing is much more than curing a medical condition in a clinical environment. Amidst all the medical advancements of the modern world, it is easy to forget that those who are not of sound health sometimes need something more than a sophisticated medical environment at their disposal.
A warm smile, a reassuring touch or a few words of comfort can instill hope and confidence in patients and help them on the road to recovery. Which is why along with world-class medical professionals, sophisticated diagnostic equipment and superior healthcare services, we also provide an extremely comforting ambience, full of warmth and personalized attention. We call this process the 'art of healing'.
Conveniently located on Al Mussafah, Life Line Hospital Mussafah will be the first Private Tertiary hospital to be opened under the auspices of the new standards put in place by the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi (HAAD). Equipped with the best and the most advanced facilities in treatment, equipment and diagnosis, and with a team of renowned specialists and medical personnel at the helm, Life Line Hospital Mussafah is poised to usher in a new era in healthcare in the UAE.
1) Responding to medical/health problems
presented by patients including history taking, diagnosis, investigation,
treatment and referral as appropriate;
2) Analyzes reports and findings of
tests and of examination, and diagnoses condition.
3) Administers or prescribes
treatments and drugs.
4) Inoculates and vaccinates
patients to immunize patients from communicable diseases.
5) Advises patients concerning diet,
hygiene, and methods for prevention of disease.
6) Provides prenatal care to pregnant
women, delivers babies, and provides postnatal care to mother and infant.
7) Reports births, deaths, and
outbreak of contagious diseases to governmental authorities.
8) Refers patients to medical
specialist or other practitioner for specialized treatment.