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SEHA wins two globally recognised awards for excellence in nursing healthcare

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ABU DHABI, 14th January, 2022 (WAM) -- Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA), the UAE’s largest healthcare network, has won two prestigious nursing awards: the Nursing Informatics Unit of the Year 2020-2021 award, announced at the GCC eHealth Workforce Development Conference, and the Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI) Award for Outstanding Nursing Quality, presented to SEHA’s Ghayathi Hospital.

Aysha Al Mahri, Group Chief Nursing Officer at SEHA, said: "Nurses are the foundation of our network. Representing the largest portion of our workforce, they play a crucial role in elevating the patient experience. Beyond their multifaceted and continuously evolving role, it is the care and compassion of nurses which often leaves a lasting impression on our patients. We are incredibly proud that our nurses’ commitment to excellent patient care is being recognised through these awards; they are a testament to our world-class nursing team’s hard work, devotion, and dedication."

SEHA’s Nursing Unit was awarded the title of Nursing Informatics Unit of the Year 2020-2021 at the GCC eHealth Workforce Development Conference. Nursing Informatics is part of SEHA’s nursing services and was established to focus on the future use of technology within nursing practice and its benefits for patients. The award aims to promote nursing informatics and the future of nursing within a new era of technology and innovation, utilising big data and artificial intelligence within healthcare services.

The second recent achievement for the SEHA nursing team was Ghayathi Hospital, a SEHA Healthcare Facility in the Al Dhafra Region, receiving the NDNQI Award for Outstanding Nursing Quality. This is an annual award that honors nursing excellence and recognizes the best-performing hospital in each category. Achieving and maintaining overall excellence in nursing performance measures shows the significant commitment of the organisation to enhancing patient-centered care quality.

Samah Mahmoud, Group Deputy Chief Nursing and Allied Health Director at SEHA, said: "We are incredibly proud to demonstrate the rich capabilities of SEHA’s nurses. SEHA’s Nursing Unit focuses on structured practices, highlighting innovation and digital health as we look towards the future of nursing and healthcare. To have won these awards is an inspiring achievement and testament to our nursing team’s continuous time, effort, and investment into the success of SEHA, in addition to their tireless efforts in delivering world-class patient care."

WAM/Hazem Hussein