A new $25 million 140-bed paediatric hospital is set for Sharjah
Great news for families in Sharjah. There's a new children's hospital on its way.
Feasibility studies on setting up the first specialised paediatric hospital at the cost of $25 million in Sharjah has been completed, Sheikh Faisal Bin Khalid Al Qasimi, Board Chairman of the Sharjah Royal Hospital, announced yesterday.
He said the hospital, which will be constructed in three phases, will include 140 beds and provide the best medical services through highly qualified medical, nursing and technical staff.
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BLESY JOJI ABRAHAM Jul 16, 2009 11:25 am
Are there any vacancy in dministration/receptionist position.Like to hear from you.
Pavurama Jul 06, 2009 02:26 pm
It is so good to learn that this new venture is to be launched shortly.
I am a teacher,and my primary concern is the children. They are the future for the world they will inherit soon after we are gone. Please think about areas /clinical treatment centres where children can be treated for all forms of abuse in schools as well as at home.Iknow this does not come under the perview of physiological sciences for which your hospital is for. we still have to think about the psychological aspect as well.
sajan koothady hanif Apr 06, 2009 03:23 pm
it is really good thing for people of sharjah to have a kids hospital,i want to know is there is a paediatric surgery department to start with?