Hundreds of expatriate healthcare professionals working in the Emirates are to take part in a mobile hospital scheme, which aims to deliver curative and preventative advice to those living in the Emirate of Fujairah.
The National Mobile Hospital for Medical Care (ENAYA), an arm of the Emirates World Humanitarian Mobile Hospital (ELAJ), will this weekend (July 17th) launch a month-long medical mission joined by expatriate and local doctors, nurses and medical technicians.
ELAJ executive director Dr Adel Al Shameri said the mission will follow a similar one conducted recently in Abu Dhabi.
‘Enaya is fitted [with some] of the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic equipment to provide medical care in all specialisations ranging from cardiology, paediatric and dentistry to family medicine,’ he told the Emirates News Agency.
Expatriate health professionals will reach out to UAE citizens through medical convoys in a bid to provide social and psychological support to patients, focusing on children and low-income families.
Dr Al Shameri told the news provider that any surgery will be conducted free of charge to the patient by highly specialised medical teams, and all medicines will be given to patients for free.
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