Khalifa University Inaugurates Cure Medical’s On-Site Health Clinic at Main Campus  

March 28, 2024

Agreement Covers Enhanced Healthcare Services, Academic Opportunities, Medical Research, and Awareness for Healthy Lifestyle Among Campus Community


Khalifa University has inaugurated an on-site clinic in partnership with Abu Dhabi’s leading medical center Advanced Cure Diagnostic Centre, to provide primary, occupational, and preventive healthcare services to students, faculty, and staff, along with emergency and first aid response at the Khalifa University Main Campus.


The on-site clinic follows a contract agreement signed by Esmaeel AbdulKarim Abdulla AlAhmed, Vice-President, Procurement and Contracts, Khalifa University, and Yasser Geissah, Managing Director, Cure Medical. The agreement also covers academic opportunities for medical research, and other initiatives to promote healthcare-related awareness and the establishment of five additional centers to be located across the Khalifa University Sas Al Nakhl (SAN) Campus as well as all male and female student dorms. Fostering a healthy environment, the clinic is expected to contribute to the university’s objective of creating a disease-free community while complying with Department of Health – Abu Dhabi (DoH) regulations. 



A range of services were on offer as part of the inauguration of the clinic at the Main Campus. They included  dental check-ups, facial consultations, vital signs monitoring, glucometer tests, Tanita body composition analysis, spirometry, and cholesterol tests, selected to address various aspects of health and wellness in the campus community.


Additionally, the clinic aims to collaborate with other community organizations to offer year-long awareness campaigns and events for students and staff at Khalifa University. Some of the planned events will focus on breast cancer awareness, World Mental Health Day, osteoporosis, diabetes, obesity, ergonomics, and easy exercises for desk workers.


Initiatives from Cure Medical Center will also include creating awareness through walks and runs and health-related discussions as well as activities on World chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) Day with pulmonologists, World Cancer Day, World Health Day, Women’s Day, cervical health and thyroid, glaucoma week with ophthalmology checks and lectures on allergy, and awareness on hypertension. 


The on-site clinic at Main Campus will be manned with General Practitioners registered with the DoH, as well as DoH-registered male and female nurses to conduct consultations, order tests, make referrals to specialists, prescribe medications, handle emergencies, and provide support to students and individuals on campus with specific needs.


Alisha Roy
Science Writer
28 March 2024