The New Iranian Hospital - Dubai :
Opening of 2013
The United Arab Emirates developed at a rapid pace, so also needs of people increased.
In order to provide better health services, to patients from around 150 nationalities,
it was felt that a new building be made after demolition of old structure.
The new Iranian Hospital will be a 220-bed, built-up area (phase-1)
343,781-square-foot, full service medical facility, with all VIP, private and
semi-private and public rooms equipped with the most advanced technology.
The site was handover to main contractor in September 2009 to begin construction
of the state-of-the-art, full service hospital, which will open by first half of
2012, at the Al Wasl Street in one of the best location of Dubai.
Here are just a few of the special features the hospital will include:
- Eight High-tech operating theaters
- Fully equipped center for heart-related patient
- Transferring fast and secure on-demand light material through utilizing
Pneumatic Tube System.
- Beautiful Green environment Courtyards
- 220 full equipped beds
- Expanded Emergency Center with separate access for ambulances
Separate Women's Health Pavilion
- 2 state-of-art MRIs
- Nice view to skyscraper of Sheikh Zayed Road and Burj Khalifa through large
windows overlooking in 27a and 6b streets.
- Wireless capabilities.
- HEPA Air filters in the Emergency Department and operating rooms and other areas
of the hospital
- Anti-microbial paint and hardware coatings to inhibit the growth of bacteria
- Environmental control of room lighting, temperature, nurse call and a flat panel
TV from the bed
- High-tech beds that patients love for the comfort and staff appreciates for the
- Nine-foot windows that allow more natural light into rooms for a positive
- Specific lounge to encourage patients to connect with other ones in a
Construction Status as 2012 February:
Building structure is completed, finishing works are in progress.
MEP installation is under processing.
Pneumatic Tube system, Operation Theater tender is under processing.
to see pictures of construction projects.