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.
A quote from ( Khaleej Times )article for the World Health Day where Dr. Khaled Aboeldahab, Medical Director of NMC ProVita, talks about the importance of regular check-ups.
To continue to motivate and show our appreciation to the outstanding performance of our Rehabilitation Team, NMC ProVita held a congratulatory event at the NMC Royal Outpatient Clinic today.
2019 continues to be a successful year for NMC ProVita. We are honored to be part of the 15th Emirates Critical Care Conference as a Platinum Sponsor. The conference was held last 4th to 6th of April at the Event Center, Dubai Festival City, UAE.
NMC ProVita held an educational talk about Healthy Exercise at Al Diyafah International School on the 27th of March 2019.
NMC ProVita in the Closing Ceremony of the Special Olympics 2019. Watching this event with our patients made them feel more hopeful about the future and acceptance of people with intellectual disabilities. One of our patients also got the chance to volunteer and be on stage in front of an audience from around the world.