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Sheikh Khalifa Medical City was created in 2005 as a result of the merger of all publicly held healthcare organizations in Abu Dhabi island. The merged entities were:

■Abu Dhabi Central Hospital - built in the late 1960’s and the oldest hospital in Abu Dhabi, it served as a 200 bed hospital until it was scaled down in 2003 to an emergency center and an outpatient dialysis unit

■Abu Dhabi Psychiatric Hospital - a 120 bed facility

■Abu Dhabi Rehabilitation Center - an 88 bed facility that was serving mainly as a nursing home for the elderly and people with special needs

■Al Jazeera Hospital - built in the 1970’s, a 300 bed acute care medical facility which was open for expatriates who lived on Abu Dhabi island only

■Preventive Medicine Clinic

■Primary Healthcare Clinics - nine clinics dispersed across the island

■Sheikh Khalifa Medical Center - commissioned in the year 2000, it is a 250 bed acute care medical facility which was open only for UAE nationals


Encompassing several ‘Centers of Excellence’, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, managed by Cleveland Clinic, serves as the flagship institution for SEHA's healthcare system. It is governed by its commitment to practice modern medicine to the same high standards as the best medical facilities in the world. SKMC’s comprehensive health care services cater to the needs and priorities of the Abu Dhabi community, ensuring not only optimal levels of patient care and satisfaction.

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