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Monday, March 06, 2017

Clinic with all Filipino Staff, opens at Abu Dhabi


When we talk about our physical health, it is important to have a doctor or health practitioner that we are comfortable talking about our discomfort or pains.  In Abu Dhabi, Overseas Filipino Workers and Filipinos residing in the said city will no longer long for the care of fellow Filipino doctors of nurses.





When we talk about our physical health, it is important to have a doctor or health practitioner that we are comfortable talking about our discomfort or pains.

In Abu Dhabi, Overseas Filipino Workers and Filipinos residing in the said city will no longer long for the care of fellow Filipino doctors of nurses.

(Photo Credit to FilipinoTimes.ae)
(Photo Credit to Arab Today)
This is after the launching of Kabayan Clinic, which means, "fellow countryman" by Universal Hospital in which all staff, doctors, and nurses are Filipinos.

The clinic was inaugurated by DFA Secretary Perfecto R. Yasay together with Ambassador of the Philippines to the UAE, Constancio R. Vingo Jr.
The clinic has various facilities and ready to cater different needs including pediatrics, general and internal medicine, dentistry, dermatology, and gynecology according to Dr. Shabeer Nellikode, Founder and Managing Director of Universal Hospital.

Dr. Nellikode said that in the Universal Hospital, they receive an average of 2000 patients each day, of which 10-12 percent are Filipino expats.




Meanwhile, Dr. Anna Marie Diaz, a general practitioner at Universal Hospital said that having a clinic made especially for Filipino community will allow the relationship between doctors and patients to become stronger because “the communication is better.”

“The Filipino expat community is one of the largest in the UAE, so if we provide a clinic with Filipino doctors, we are encouraging them and making them feel at home,” Khaleej Times quoted Dr. Diaz, who has been working in Abu Dhabi for three years, as saying.

Currently, the clinic has two doctors and the hospital is in the process of recruiting more.

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