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Welcome message

Team talk (TT) is introduced as a monthly newsletter of the ADK Hospital. The aim of this newsletter is to keep ADK staff abreast of the many things that happen in the hospital. It is the management’s pleasure to welcome you to the first issue of TT. We hope that TT will continue to be your companion to in house news, events and more for a long time to come.

Our thanks ...

The ADK Team thanks the former MD, Mr. Mohamed Hameed for all the hard work that he has put in to bring ADK Hospital to the status of the most renowned private healthcare institute in the Maldives.

Customer care training program

On April 30th a training program on customer care has been initiated for hospital staff. Two rounds of this course will be conducted. The first one is currently ongoing and the second in a few days time. The aim of this course is to train hospital staff on good customer care practices through interactive teaching. The course will have practical activities with mock real life scenarios and theory.

Reducing the queues

As an effort to makes things easy and convenient for the patient, Hospital will start allocating appointments for follow up patients seeking services from dermatology, dental and gynecology departments. This system has been in practice for the dermatology department as a pilot program since the beginning of April and has proven to be successful.

The power of positive thinking: the key to our success

Positive thinking is a mental attitude that admits into the mind thoughts, words and images that are conductive to growth, expansion and success. It is a mental attitude that expects good and favorable results. A positive mind anticipates happiness, joy, health and a successful outcome of every situation and action. Whatever the mind expects, it finds.

Dynamic doctors' directory display

This month ADK hospital will introduce a new look doctors’ directory board. This is an electronic dynamic display which will show the following information.

Clinical meetings

It is the interest of the hospital to provide the best care to the clients that we serve. Hence it is required that we not only treat patients, but also continuously learn from what we do. We thus have decided to introduce clinical meetings when professionals can share knowledge of how they have managed difficult cases, discuss major morbidity cases and also assess all mortality that occurs in the hospital.


This year ADK Hospital is offering scholarship opportunities to locals in the areas of nursing, physiotherapy and medical imaging.


Did you know that we tend blame each other for things that happen in the hospital? Knowingly or unknowingly this seems to be a phenomenon in many institutions. Where do we go by blaming each other? NOWHERE!

Positive practice environments: quality workplaces = quality patient care - International Nurses Day (12 May 2007)

It is a pressing reality. Health systems worldwide are increasingly challenged – faced with a growing range of health needs and financial constraints that limit services’ potential to strengthen health sector infrastructures and workforces. We are immersed in a global nursing workforce crisis – one marked by a critical shortage of nurses.

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  • Haasmeylu Closing

    January 15, 2020 - #haasmeylu closing event was held at ADK Hospital on 15th January 2020, to recognize the participation and give away medals for Bronze, Silver and Gold categories Dhiraagu sponsored a (Dhiraagu Postpaid 1000 package FREE for 6 months) for the seven finishers of #haasmeylu. The vouchers were given at the function by Mr. Abdulla Huzam Naseem (Manager, Business & Consumer Sales) of Dhiraagu.

  • Postgraduate Scholarship opportunities for doctors

    December 10, 2019 - We are pleased to announce that the Hospital will sponsor five postgraduate candidates for further studies this year. As part of the ongoing commitment from the Hospital to train locals in different fields of medicine, this program will open doors for many of those who are aspiring to undertake specialization in needed medical fields.