Al Zahra Hospital, Sharjah, is a private general emergency clinic in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Al Zahra serves somewhere in the range of 400,000 outpatients and 23,000 inpatients annually, with a limit of 137 beds.
Offices at the medical clinic incorporate a 9-bed Intensive Care Unit and a 14-bed long haul care and restoration unit just as seven working theaters and various specific units.Established in 1981, the emergency clinic was one of the first and biggest such offices in the UAE. The building was initially proposed to be an inn and development begun in March 1975 yet was re-purposed in 1978, with Mumbai-based designers Karani and Sanghoi Associates educated by the building’s proprietor to redevelop it into a medical clinic. The adjoining Concord Cinema was created at the equivalent time.
The emergency clinic was obtained in March 2017 by Abu Dhabi-based NMC Healthcare for $560 million from past proprietor Gulf Medical Projects Company, which proceeds to claim and work Al Zahra Hospital, Dubai. Al Zahra Hospital, Sharjah, recorded 2015 incomes of $130.4 million, with an overall gain of $38.8 million. The medical clinic utilizes somewhere in the range of 1,250 staff, including 170 specialists. It likewise offers offices to visiting doctors. In May 2018, the medical clinic marked a MoU with the Sharjah Health Authority to offer 30% limits to older Emirati citizens. It additionally opened a restorative medical procedure office that month, under the NMC-claimed CosmeSurge brand.