Diana Haddad, a television personality and one of the most popular pop singers in the Arab World, visited Emirates Hospital, a subsidiary of Emirates Healthcare. She was welcomed by Michael Brenden Davis, COO of NMC Healthcare, Dr Yehia El Gabbani, Hospital Director of Emirates Hospital and Dr Maan Jamal, Medical Director of Emirates Hospital, as well as doctors, nurses and support staff.
Haddad brightened the day of patients by signing autographs and then took a tour of the state-of-the-art facilities, which included: obstetrics, paediatrics, neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), special care baby unit (SCBU), a radiology department, and the emergency department.
“I had an amazing day at Emirates Hospital. Meeting real heroes like the doctors, nurses and support staff, made me feel inspired, blessed and touched. It is always a joy to visit fans and I wanted to thank every patient that I met today. You are all in my heart,” said Diana Haddad.
“We are overjoyed that Diana Haddad took the time to visit Emirates Hospital. Her being here in person, signing pictures, offering hugs and handshakes, brings positive energy and enthusiasm to the people that need it most. It was remarkable seeing all the smiles everywhere she went,” said Dr Yehia El Gabbani, Hospital Director, Emirates Hospital. “Emirates Hospital Jumeirah makes sure that every patient receives the hands-on, individual attention that they deserve, and the visit by Diana Haddad is our way of giving back to our patients.”
Located on Jumeirah Beach Road, alongside the Dubai Canal, Emirates Hospital Jumeirah is a shining example of progress in the healthcare ecosystem. The 100-bed hospital covers 140,000 square feet with 45 consultation rooms in all and 29 inpatient rooms that face the sea. It features one royal suite and three VIP suites that will also overlook the Arabian Gulf and the Dubai Canal. We provide 24/7 emergency care with eight beds along with a four-bed High Dependency Unit. The hospital has four Intensive Care beds, four Critical Care beds, six day-care beds and 18 recovery rooms.