The number of health facilities that have been licensed in the Emirate of Dubai since the beginning of this year until the end of last May (37) health facilities, while the number of health professionals licensed during the same period (2340) health professionals.
Dr. Marwan Al-Mulla, Executive Director of the Health Regulatory Sector at the Dubai Health Authority said that the Authority’s continued receipt of requests for professional licenses and investment in the health sector in Dubai, despite the exceptional circumstances the world is going through, reflects the great confidence that the emirate has as an ideal destination for health investment, and emphasizes its competitiveness, strength and durability Its infrastructure, legislation governing the health sector, its ambitious vision and ability to cross and transcend all conditions and challenges and get out of them are stronger and more solid.
Dr. Al-Mulla emphasized the great attention that the Dubai Health Authority attached to continuing to provide its distinguished services to patients and dealers in general, and its continuous efforts to motivate and encourage investors and improve their experience during the exceptional circumstances of the Coffeid-19 results through a package of government facilities, and the maximum response to their needs and aspirations to take advantage of investment opportunities that Provided by the emirate.
Dr. Al-Mulla said that from the beginning of this year until the end of last May, Dubai Health Authority licensed (37) new health facilities, including one hospital, (16) pharmacies, (9) general and specialized medical clinics, and (9) examination centers. look.
During the same period, the authority licensed (2340) health professionals, including (466) doctors, (210) dentists, (922) nurses and midwives, (723) medical professional professionals, and (19) complementary and alternative traditional medicine.
Dr. Al-Mulla said that the number of health facilities licensed in Dubai reached (3419) health facilities until the end of last May, while the number of health professionals working in these facilities reached (39488) health professionals.
He reviewed the tireless efforts made by the authority in the field of health regulation, the licensing mechanism for individuals and health facilities, and the authority's oversight role on health facilities to ensure their commitment to implementing international standards in the services provided to customers.
Dr. Al-Mulla explained the procedures and facilities provided by the authority to meet the needs of individual investors and facilitate their obtaining professional licenses through the “Shirian” system for registering and licensing medical facilities and professions in the Emirate of Dubai.
He said that the procedures for obtaining licenses to practice the profession will be through submitting an electronic application to the health organization administration that evaluates the certificates and verifies their validity in cooperation with the competent authorities in this field, and conducting electronic exams for applicants who wish to obtain a license to practice the profession.
With regard to health facilities licenses, Dr. Al Mulla called upon those wishing to obtain these licenses to apply online to the Dubai Health Authority in this regard, where the application is reviewed and ascertained to the extent that it meets the requirements and conditions of the license and the extent to which the information matches the reality and the issuance of initial and final approvals after fulfilling all licensing requirements and conditions.
Dr. Al-Mulla said that the registration system of health practitioners and medical facilities (Shiryan), has contributed effectively to improving the experience of internal and external customers, in all stages of licensing, inspection and control of health facilities, pointing to the ease and speed of access to the service via smart channels, to meet the individual needs of each A client, ensuring compliance with laws and regulations when providing services.
Dr. Al-Mulla pointed out the support and facilities provided by the Dubai government to the private sector to invest in the medical sector, pointing to the important role the private sector plays as a distinct strategic partner in providing health care services to patients in various medical specialties.