HMC launches new website Dec 07, 2017 0 261 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaTHE Chief Communications Officer and Chair of the Healthcare Communications Committee Ali Abdullah al Khater has announced the launch of a website dedicated exclusively to the new Medical City hospitals. He said the new website is part of HMC's effort to help patients and other members of the community, get to know the three facilities as well as their staff and services. "The website is very interactive. In addition to having information about the various services offered at each of the new hospitals, it includes photographs and 360-degree virtual tours of the facilities. This functionality will not only enable people to experience the state-of-the-art environment in which care will be offered for themselves, but we are confident it will also lead to the same sense of pride everyone at HMC feels in our new hospitals," said Khater.HMC's new Medical City complex represents the biggest healthcare facility expansion in the region and will bring new services and care options to the people of Qatar. Once fully operational, the three new hospitals Qatar Rehabilitation Institute, Women's Wellness and Research Center and the Ambulatory Care Center will house 500 new hospital beds and 3,000 highly-trained clinical and support staff. Dr Abdulla al Ansari, acting chief medical officer at HMC, said the new specialist hospitals are helping HMC to deliver on its commitment to provide the best possible care to Qatar's population by improving access to the right care delivered by expert specialist clinicians using advanced equipment in a wonderful setting."Our Medical City hospitals are delivering on a promise to expand world-class facilities for the people of Qatar. They have been designed with the experience of our patients and their families in mind. From enhanced privacy offered throughout our 240 private inpatient rooms at Women's Wellness and Research Center, to new and expanded treatment options like our daycare programme at Qatar Rehabilitation Institute, these new hospitals are helping ensure we provide the best quality care and treatment to our patients. The Ambulatory Care Center is also improving access to specialised surgeries by minimising wait times and allowing patients to recover in the comfort of their own home," said Dr Ansari.Khater added that the new website has been designed to bring the hospitals directly to patients, allowing them to explore the facilities from their own home, or even from their smartphone.The website also provides an opportunity to register interest in visiting the new hospitals in person, with a number of tours planned for next year. There is also an option to sign up for regular updates on new clinic and service openings. The website for the new Medical City hospitals can be accessed at 'http://www.newhmchospitals.qa'. Pages 123456 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Food export from Thailand to Qatar goes up by 30%: Envoy Dec 07, 2017 0 736 Banks showcase opportunities for students at career fair Dec 07, 2017 0 176 Cabinet reviews draft law on Budget 2018 Dec 07, 2017 0 92 Qatar supports Dominica PRIME Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica Roosevelt Skerrit met with non-resident Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the Commonwealth of Dominica Khamis Batti al Sahouti. During the meeting, the ambassador .. Hammadi meets envoys Secretary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs HE Dr Ahmed bin Hassan al Hammadi met separately on Wednesday with Ambassador of the French Republic to Qatar HE Eric Chevallier, Charge d'affaires of the United .. 28th Doha Int'l Book Fair a big success: Culture ministry QNA Doha THE Ministry of Culture and Sports has described the 28th edition of the Doha International Book Fair a big success. The Fair concluded on Tuesday. Organised by the Ministry of Culture and Sports from November 29 .. CRA to host telecom consumers outreach event AS part of its initiatives to educate consumers about their rights and responsibilities, the Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) is organising an outreach event at Aspire Park, next to the Sugar & Spice Cafe from ..