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First internationally accredited hospital in the Middle East earns 7th ‘Gold Seal’ from JCI, and earns further 9th CAP accreditation, with patient satisfaction running above 95%, marking 21 years of healthcare excellence. 18 June 2018 – Dubai, United Arab Emirates: American Hospital Dubai, the pioneering private multi-specialty hospital, has announced its latest accreditations by Joint Commission International (JCI) and College of American Pathologists (CAP) for the 7th (JCI) and 9th (CAP) time. The hospital was the first in the Middle East (and only the second worldwide) to be accredited by JCI, in 2000, and the hospital lab by CAP in 2001. Since opening in 1996, the hospital has expanded from a 100 bed capacity facility to a 254-bed facility and has recently opened its first primary care clinic in the community. American Hospital Dubai was the first in the region to join the prestigious Mayo Clinic Care Network, in 2016.
The hospital is the first in the Middle East region to offer the state-of-the-art CT scanner with reduced radiation dose requirements as part of its bid to deliver advanced medical support at the local and regional levels. Its first case of CT fluoroscopy-guided lung biopsy procedure marks another groundbreaking milestone in its initiatives relating to the provision of superior medical care.
American Hospital Dubai successfully conducted High Dose Brachytherapy radiation treatment on a patient diagnosed with cervical cancer—a first-of-its-kind procedure to be done in the Dubai and Northern Emirates area. The procedure was performed by a team of radiation oncology experts led by Dr. Tarek Dufan, the hospital's Director for Radiation Oncology, using the CT scan based high dose brachytherapy radiation. The patient was kept under deep sedation during the procedure and was also sent home on the same day of the treatment.