In the Year of Tolerance, NMC ProVita ensures that our patients are provided with a healthy & happy environment. To celebrate International Day of Happiness, each patient were given gifts . With our goal to make our patients happy, seeing the smile on their faces as they received the gift was priceless.
In observance of Emirati Children's Day, Mother of eight talks about her journey with her 24-year-old daughter, Mariam, who has cerebral palsy. Mariam is currently in a long term physical rehabilitation at NMC ProVita International Medical Center at Al Zahraa Hospital, Sharjah.
On March 14th 2019, NMC ProVita participated in the Grand Opening Ceremony of the Special Olympics held in In Zayed Sports Stadium, Abu Dhabi.
On Thursday 14th of March, NMC ProVita Al Ain held an event in celebration of Emirati Children's Day. With the cooperation of ZHO for Humanitarian Care & Special Needs, Nahel School For Girls and Fatafeat al Sokar Nursery, the patients along with the students were all happily involved in the activities such as playing and reading stories.
In response to growing demand for its quality post-acute services across the country, NMC ProVita International Medical Center...
In dedication for the Year of Tolerance, NMC ProVita International Medical Center visited the Ministry of Health & Prevention and toured around the facility to discuss future collaboration about the Happiness Initiative to be implemented in the UAE.
We have been offering services throughout the UAE and the first in the Northern Emirates.
Dr Khalid Aboeldahab, medical director of NMC ProVita discusses home hemodialysis services in Sabah Khair Ya Belady - Sama Dubai
At NMC ProVita we contribute to the UAE in the vision of innovation. We are one of the first centers that offers home hemodialysis, to improve the efficiency of medical care.
NMC #ProVita participated in the Health and Fitness Fun Festival, 2019, that was held in Umm Al Emarat Park in Abu Dhabi between 20th and 23rd February. During the event, the NMC ProVita team aimed to educate the community on the diverse range of services offered at our facilities.
The high incidence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in the country has been attributed to the prevalence of diabetes, obesity and hypertension.