Dubai Healthcare City releases Arabic website
New site is designed to allow Arabic speakers to access doctor and healthcare information
Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) has announced the launch of an Arabic version of their patient website.
The new Arabic site is designed to make it easier for Arabic speaking people to find doctors and healthcare services, according to WAM.
"The Arabic language is spoken by more than 200 million people. As a leading center for healthcare in the Middle East, it is vital that we provide accessible healthcare information for the wider Arabic-speaking patient community," Dr Ayesha Abdullah, managing director of Science Cluster, TECOM Investments told WAM.
The new DHCC website allows users to search for doctors using a number of criteria, including language, gender, medical specialty and health and insurance coverage.
"It [the website] also provides the qualifications of our doctors as well as details about the healthcare standards that are implemented by our regulator, the Centre for Healthcare Planning and Quality, which is responsible for implementing international best practice when licensing over 2,000 healthcare professionals and 90 medical centers at DHC," she added.