posted on 08/10/2007: 1176 views
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) is currently undertaking a Dh 120 million hospital in Hatta to serve the growing demand for integrated health services of the population there. Qadhi Al Marshood, Director of DHA, said the two-storey health facility will occupy an area of 10,430 square metres and have a capacity of 93 beds.
He noted that the modern hospital, which will be completed by mid-2008, will spare the inhabitants of Hatta the pain of travelling long distances into Dubai to seek health services. 'The hospital is part of a master plan to cater for requirements of the massive present and future urban and demographic expansions,' he said. The hospital will have five specialised clinics for eye, nose, throat, skin and Gynaecology and paediatric. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)
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