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Naseem Al Rabeeh Medical Centre has moved into its new location on C Ring Road.
The improved location makes it the largest private medical centre in Qatar. It is opposite the Gulf Times Building, after Doha petrol station. The centre now has ample space for over 100 vehicles.
It has upgraded services to include improved patient-friendly clinics, anti-bacterial vinyl flooring, spacious waiting areas with world-class interiors, more registration counters, comfort rooms and a larger pharmacy open for 17 hours a day.
The hospital has clinics with state-of-the-art equipment and an improved Emergency and Casualty Department with more beds.
The Laboratory and Radiology Department has been furnished with the best and latest in terms of technology and equipment.
“These are a few of the new features patients can look forward to at our improved facility,” said Founder and Chairman, Dr K T Mohamed Rabeeh Rabiullah.
The centre will soon launch speciality departments like psychiatry and general surgery. It will expand services to include super speciality departments like cardiology, neurology, urology, gastroenterology, nephrology and endocrinology in the coming months.
“The relocation had been in the planning for years, the centre constantly strives to meet the healthcare needs of the community. The new facility had been under construction for over a year, and our staff planned for a smooth switch for months,” said Mohamed Miandad, Managing Director, Naseem Al Rabeeh Health Group, Qatar.
Source: The Peninsula