GHP’s International branch supports world-leading partners in the public and private sector to realize "Quality through specialization". We bring our vast experience to our partners and manage or advice in all aspects of healthcare operations to provide world-class health care services, wherever our partners are.
Sheikh Khalifa General Hospital (SKGH) is part of Sheikh Khalifa Medical City | Ajman. SKGH provides general care services including A&E through approximately 120 beds. Clinical services today include: General Medicine, ICU, CCU, Nephrology, Dermatology, General Surgery, Burns, Orthopedic, Urology, ENT, Ophthalmology, Neurosurgery, Vascular Surgery and Gastroenterology The facility has 6 operating theatres (5 major and 1 minor)
Rashid centre for diabetes and research UAE is a centre comprising a diabetes clinic, an obesity clinic, a lifestyle clinic, physiotherapy, a foot clinic, an eye clinic, a dental clinic, cardiology, neurology and a lab, for the treatment of diabetes and secondary diseases in the United Arab Emirates. It is operated by GHP International for the Ministry of Presidential Affairs of the United Arab Emirates
Sheikh Khalifa Hospital | Masfout (SKHM) is part of the Sheikh Khalifa Medical City. It is a newly finished hospital located in the mountains of Ajman near Hatta. The new hospital has been conceived to offer health services to the local population of Masfout with general and specialty clinical services.
The Sheikh Khalifa Women & Children's Hospital (SKWCH) is a part of the Sheikh Khalifa Medical City | Ajman and provides obstetrics, gynecology and pediatric services through the 150+ beds hospital. Including neonatal and acute pediatric care.
Together with our partners we also provide bespoke solutions where GHP take on roles based on the client’s individual needs. Our vast experience of both operating and owning hospitals, developing healthcare policy and working in close collaboration with insurance providers and governments allow us to provide solutions adapted to our clients needs.
“The journey towards excellence is not only about leadership, it’s a structured process to establish a culture of care and accountability among all staff“
“Patient safety and clinical excellence requires commitment, starting at the leadership, everyone is a part of developing the processes, tools and policies to make sure that lessons learned lead to better outcomes for our patients, every day“