SEHA

AcronymDefinition
SEHASociety for Early Historic Archaeology
SEHASuper-Efficient Home Appliance Initiative
SEHAStudent Environmental Health Association (various universities)
SEHASchool Entrant Health Assessment (New Zealand)
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Ali Al Obaidli Chief Academic Affairs officer at SEHA said: "We are keen to develop the healthcare sector in Abu Dhabi in accordance with the objectives set by our government.
Bader Al Qubaisi, acting group chief information officer at Seha, said: "We are committed to providing the latest technologies and harnessing them to service our clients across the numerous medical facilities."
Speaking to Khaleej Times on the sidelines of the International Nursing Excellence Conference organised by the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha), Samah Mahmoud, deputy chief allied health officer at Seha, said Emiratis make only less than three per cent of the total number of nurses in Abu Dhabi public hospitals - which have more than 7,300 nurses.
What we are looking for now is nurses who are certified specialists in their field of care, including surgery, renal care, emergency adult and paediatric care, and midwifery," said Dr Aysha Al Mahri, group nursing and allied health director at the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha).
The new facility was opened today during an official ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by Bryan Thompson, Chief Executive Officer at Abu Dhabi Airports, Mohamed Nasser Al Otaiba, General Manager of Operations at Abu Dhabi International Airport, Mohammed Hawas Al Sadeed, Chief Executive Officer Ambulatory Services- SEHA, Eng.
Seha will be present at the show with a fully equipped mobile clinic and a team of medical experts, to provide healthcare for participants and visitors.
(SEHA) said: "The Summit on artificial intelligence in the medical sector
Major organization : ABU DHABI HEALTH SERVICES (SEHA)
Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) has announced the formation of a specialised committee for artificial intelligence, which will work to implement the technology and its applications in medical and operational development.
Seha initially sued its Kazakhstan partner in the Central Asian country, but lost.
The development has been commissioned by the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA), with construction to commence following the approval of the Executive Committee of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council and its official adoption of the project.
A source at Seha said hospitals in the Western Region began receiving food poisoning cases from Sunday to Tuesday evening, which totaled to 236 and these ranged between minor to serious illness.