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Al Ain Hospital

Completed comprehensive hospital management in consortium with a technical partner, 2007-2012

By the numbers: 

  • 412 bed public, tertiary care hospital
  • 1,977 employees, with 272 physicians
  • 62+ MUVI Senior Medical Advisors deployed
  • 35+ clinical departments and specializations
  • 7 operating theaters and 3 family medicine centers
  • 450 emergency cases per day
  • 18,500 inpatient admissions per year
  • 300,000 outpatient visits per year

Awards and accreditations

AAH is one among a select group of Abu Dhabi healthcare providers with Joint Commission Interna- tional accreditation; however, it has surpassed many of its competitors in terms of performance.

  • Joint Commission International (USA)
  • Best Business Entity
    (2010 by SEHA Circle of Excellence Awards)
  • Highly Commended, Best Hospital Design (Built & Future) (2010 by Hospital Build East Awards)

Departments and Specializations

First Operation in Al Ain Hospital

MUVI has helped re-structure AAH’s clinical services and pathways to improve clinical performance. Departments and centers include: 

  • Medical Institutes
  • Behavioral Science
  • Child Health; Women’s Health
  • Surgery
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Anesthesia
  • Intensive Care
  • Imaging
  • Clinical Laboratory Services
  • Rehabilitation
  • Physiotherapy
  • Pharmacy Services

MUVI milestones at AAH

MUVI collaborated with AAH leadership and its owner, Abu Dhabi Health Services company (SEHA), to develop and implement a strategic re-structuring plan that would result in high performance and quality outcomes that were aligned with the vision set by the Abu Dhabi health authority. Four years later, AAH is well on its way to meeting its mission and vision: to be the hospital and employer of choice in the UAE.

Re-structuring performance

MUVI’s Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for AAH focus on ensuring the provision of integrated high quality and patient-centered services. The strategy may be described as follows:

  1. Promote regionally-unique and/or core services
  2. Re-engineer and improve high-throughput and tertiary care areas, and increase the complexity of the case mix
  3. Enhance integration of care pathways for better patient outcomes and higher operational efficiency

Regionally-unique and/or core services include:

  • Family medicine, with 3 dedicated Family Medicine Centers that focus on primary care and specialty services
  • Accident and emergency referral center for Al Ain
  • Infectious disease, with a fully-equipped specialty clinic
  • Inpatient psychiatry and psychology ward, a service that is the only one of its kind in the country

Re-engineered and improved high-throughput and tertiary care areas include:

  • Surgery, with the gut renovation of the existing surgical suite to include 7 state-of-the-art operating theaters. The construction of an additional 2 operating theaters is underway. Clinical program expansion is planned, i.e., implementation of a retinal surgery program.
  • Endoscopy, with the introduction of a comprehensive range of diagnostic and interventional endoscopic techniques (including balloon enteroscopy) and the capacity to perform CT-guide procedures. The endoscopy program will be enhanced.
  • Critical care, with the full renovation of the 14-cubicle intensive care unit and capacity to support pediatric ICU and special infection control needs.
  • Imaging, with the addition of the fastest dual scanner CT machine in the region.
  • Maternal health, with a new 6-room labor and delivery suite. L&D OT utilization is an ongoing project.