Here’s when hospitals and clinics under Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) will be operating over Eid Al Adha.
What you need to know:
From 10th to 13th August, Mafraq Hospital will operate as normal, with clinic visits open from 10am to 10pm. The Intensive Care Unit will accept visitors from 11am until 2pm and 5pm to 10pm.
The paediatric department of Al Rahba Hospital will be open from 8am to 11pm, while the outpatient department will be closed throughout the holidays.
It’s service as usual for Corniche Hospital as it will continue to give emergency services and accept outpatients throughout the holiday. Visitors are welcome between 10am to noon.
The ICU at Tawam Hospital will operate from 3pm to 11pm. Meanwhile, the outpatient clinics and support services will be closed throughout the holiday.
Sheikh Khalifa Medical City clinics will not be accessible throughout the holiday and will resume normal operations on 14th August.
Al Ain Hospital’s ICU will operate from 8am to noon.
The family medicine department at Al Wagan Hospital will operate from 8am to midnight, while the internal medicine unit will be open from 9am to 1pm. Patients wishing to visit the paediatric department can do so from 10am and 2pm and 5pm to 10pm. The dental clinic and blood bank will be closed during the holidays.
Moving over to the Al Dhafra region, emergency services in Madinat Zayed, Liwa, Dalma Island, Sir Bani Yas Island and Bida’a Al Mutawa will be available 24 hours. Clinics at all locations will be operating 24 hours and visitors can come between 10am and 10pm.
The Ramah clinic will be open only on Saturday, 10th August, from 2pm to 10pm and will be close for the rest of the Eid holidays.
Have a happy holiday and hopefully you won’t need to visit any medical services!