Dubai unveils the smart Fakeeh University Hospital
Dubai unveils the smart Fakeeh University Hospital

Dubai has embarked on the smart city road with a focus on healthcare, and has opened a smart hospital in Dubai's Silicon Oasis.

Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority and Fakih Healthcare Group announced the establishment of the Smart Fakieh University Hospital, which will accept patients in the new healthcare facilities in Dubai Silicon Oasis.

The official plan to officially open all smart general hospital services in early 2021. The total investment amounts to 1.5 billion dirhams and covers an area of ​​more than one million square feet.

The cost of 1.5 billion dirhams shows a willingness to invest in technology to boost smart healthcare.

Patients should have a tablet computer in the room to communicate with medical staff and control the environment to distance themselves from society.

Using the hospital app, doctors can track a patient's progress around the clock via the control center.

In addition to the department for treating specific health problems (including cardiovascular diseases), a team from Fakih is receiving training in the use of technical devices for organ transplantation.

Before the hospital was assembled in Dubai, the German hospital developed about 12 operating theaters, and global technology companies such as Philips, Cisco and Siemens joined the partnership to provide medical technology solutions for smart hospitals. .

Arab Health 2020 in Dubai hosted 55,000 health professionals from 159 countries and showcased more than 4,000 companies showcasing healthcare innovations supported by technology.

The constant pressure on smart infrastructure and increased tourism has become part of Dubai's hi-tech response to this pandemic. This makes Dubai the sixth largest medical tourism destination in the world.

Other initiatives on display include the first virtual hospital in the Middle East to use video conferencing and monitoring tools to conduct tests remotely while patients can stay at home.

The smart ambulance can convert the signal into a green signal across the street and transmit data to the hospital in real time. They are also expected to reach the streets of the Emirates.

We commend the United Arab Emirates for its rapid integration of technological innovations into medical infrastructure and the timely control of the spread of the Coronavirus.

Mobile applications are used to track infections and suspected patients, and it uses artificial intelligence to collect data to provide clinicians with information they can use to make faster decisions and better diagnoses in the future.

The UAE is currently the leader in the smart hospital market in the Middle East with an annual growth rate of 13%. Hospitals like Al Qasimi in Sharjah use robots to remove tumors.

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