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We are in the sickness business: we need to get into the health business

The health system in this country as well as other countries is designed to treat sickness and disease care rather than health care.
 

World Sickle Cell Day

A United Nations resolution made 19th June as World Sickle Cell Day (WSCD). Globally there are probably over 2 million people who are affected with the disease. Though I have no statistical evidence, it is likely that a number of individuals in the Maldives are affected by this painful, life shortening illness.
 

Helenbeli Lounge

The longest serving doctor at the Hospital, Dr. RJC Pandian opened the lounge on 2nd July 2012. The Management hopes that the facility will be used productively to its optimal by all the doctors in the Hospital.
 

New COO and Interim CMO

Mr. Abdulla Shinah was appointed as the COO of ADK Hospital on June 27, 2012 and on July 1, 2012, the Management appointed Dr. Mijares, Consultant ENT as an interim CMO. Dr Mijares will fill in the post till a permanent CMO is appointed.
 

The time factor: my doctor is in a hurry!

We conducted an audit at doctors’ OPD’s to determine the amount of time doctors spend with patients. Given that the doctors have to take a patient history, examine the patient, write the records and produce a prescription, obviously time is needed to ensure all these are done.
 

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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.