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American Hospital Dubai’s Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Center provides world-class patient care and support for patients under the age of 18.
The department regularly utilize advanced technology and referrals from other departments in the hospital such as the cardiopulmonary department, the medical imaging department and the laboratories in order to provide patients with accurate diagnosis and optimal treatment chances.
Pediatric physicians will also make direct admissions for inpatient care when needed, from the clinic to the pediatric ward.
Led by a highly-skilled team of doctors, therapists and nurses, radiation therapists, the staff blends together impeccable bedside manner with skill and the highest level of knowledge to treat patients in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates and the Gulf region with the same leading-edge technology often found in larger metropolitan areas.
The Pediatric Hematology and Oncology department offers specialized services in order to help in managing all kinds of hematologic and oncologic conditions in children.
The treatment of children and adolescent diseases requires particular care and skills along intensive training. This is due to several reasons that include the particularities of the growing bodies, as well as the limited knowledge of children, as they often cannot answer medical questions and properly cooperate with physicians to help in the diagnosis.
American Hospital Dubai’s team of pediatric hematologists use their expertise in dealing with children and adolescents as well as the latest technology in order to properly diagnose and treat blood diseases and conditions in children and adolescents.
The Pediatric Hematology department diagnoses and treats the following conditions:
Providing cancer treatments and care of the highest level to subjects with oncological disorders, the Pediatric Oncology department offers treatments to patients strictly below the age of 18 years. By providing assessment, diagnosis, treatment plans and surgical procedures, our team of pediatric oncologists work closely together to determine the best course of action for every patient while taking into account their diagnosis, detailed medical history and age.
The department’s approach is different from other oncology departments as it often refers patients to other departments and clinics within the hospital, and will also make direct admissions for pediatric inpatient care, from the clinic to the pediatric ward.
The Pediatric Oncology department diagnoses and treats the following conditions: