In line with the UAE’s Year of Tolerance, NMC ProVita is honored to have been able to collaborate with Make a Wish and Abu Dhabi Police Air Wing to make our 14 year-old patient, Halima's dream come true. Her dream was to become a Princess of the Sea, she also wished for her favorite Emarati singer, Aida Menhali, to sing for her.
In preparation of Ramadan, the NMC ProVita team facilitated an artwork class to involve the patients in a fun-filled activity that would help improve their well-being through arts and crafts.
To show our gratitude and appreciation for the achievements of the Outpatient Rehabilitation Team, NMC ProVita held a congratulatory event for their outstanding work in NMC Al Wadi, Al Ain.
Hag Al Laila is the Gulf celebration where children go door-to-door wearing traditional dress and singing for nuts and sweets. The holiday is celebrated every year on the 15th of Shaaban, the month of the Islamic lunar calendar preceding Ramadan.
At NMC ProVita, every employee counts and a strong company cannot exist without healthy employees.
This World Health Day, NMC ProVita participated with TRANSCO to give information about the importance of health through a workshop about the "Preventions of Choking among Adults and Pediatrics" that was conducted by our BLS instructors.
On the occasion of World Health Day, the team of ” Absher Ya Watan “ visited the Abu Dhabi Facility of NMC ProVita to show their support for the patients and make them smile.
Our very own Therapeutic Nutritionist, Asmaa Abu Alfaraj having a live interview with Al Sharjah TV's Sabah Sharjah where she's discussing the Importance of Nutrition for Long Term Care Patients. We at NMC ProVita are committed to providing exceptional rehabilitative service and quality Inpatient Nutrition Care for the patient's holistic recovery.
On the occasion of World Health Day, our own clinical dietician, Enaya Mohammed, sat down with SAMA Dubai's "Sabah Al Kahyr Ya Bilady" to discuss nutrition during Ramadan, focusing on how, regular exercise, a balanced meal comprised of carbohydrates, fats and protein and disciplined drinking of water, are essential to prevent the ballooning of weight, commonly associated with fasting during the holy month, which can lead to other health-related issues.