An emergency department (ED), also known as an accident & emergency department (A&E), emergency room (ER), emergency ward (EW) or casualty department, is a medical department / facility specializing in emergency medicine, the acute care of patients who present without prior appointment either by themselves or through ambulance services.
Emergency Services at Al Zahra Hospital Dubai.
Our goal is to attend to your urgent healthcare needs with expert care as promptly as possible.
As one of the premier hospitals in Dubai for overall clinical excellence, the emergency department at AZH Dubai is open 24/7 providing a wide range of high quality services.
The Emergency Department staff strives to set high standards and take pride in meeting and exceeding these standards to provide you quality medical care.
Our emergency practitioners treat a full spectrum of patients with emergency needs through innovative, collaborative and compassionate care. Equipped with Emergency Physicians and Specialized Interventional care, we ensure the highest medical standards in the delivery of Emergency care.
Our facility includes a nursing hub surrounded by patient rooms, dedicated areas for resuscitation and a variety of specialty patient areas.
Our Emergency services treat acute health conditions such as Strokes, Heart Attacks, Trauma, Asthma, Labor & Delivery & Mental Illness to name a few. It furthermore treats a spectrum of non-acute conditions such as Cold & Flu or any other out of hours medical consultations provided by Primary or Secondary care practitioners.
Accredited Heart Attack Center
Al Zahra Hospital Dubai is the second private hospital in the UAE to receive Joint Commission International Accreditation for the Heart Attack Center. We provide the latest interventional procedures operation by the highest world-wide standards in assuring best practices for our Heart Attack Center, making it one of the safest facilities for patients with Emergency heart issues.
At AZHD, our ambulances equipped to the maximum standards with emergency equipment such as oxygen, ventilators, monitors, syringe pumps and emergency drugs. Expert paramedics accompany the ambulances and are trained to provide necessary emergency pre-hospital treatment 24/7