Darul Huda Islamic School Clinic aims to support children with health care needs throughout the school day and all related school activities. The School Clinic is equipped to deal with all minor and initial emergency concerns that arise at the school. We comply with all Health Authorities requirements and work to evidence based health care practices. The School clinic are officially licensed by HAAD and regularly inspected by both ADEC and HAAD.
Clinic is led by a part time doctor Mrs.Thahira Asaf Ali from Al Waqar edical Center and full time qualified nurse Mrs.Soumya Benoi . DHIS nurses are licensed with the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi and are highly qualified with a variety of post graduate experience in community and public health areas of work including promotion initiatives, child protection, health screening, Asthma, Allergies, Diabetes, medication administration, minor injury, Basic life support.
Health screening resources are available to monitor children’s growth and development. This data is submitted to the Health Authority Abu Dhabi as part of population monitoring. This information is held in each child’s individual school health record held within the school clinic. It is the parent’s responsibility to inform the school of their children’s medical conditions, allergies and to keep the school updated. Please contact the school nurses directly for any guidance or appointments in regard to your child’s health care needs. All medical data remains confidential and stored in a secure manner as legislated.
We undertake the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi (HAAD) mandated services
- Annual health screening
- Supporting the HAAD immunization teams in providing vaccinations as per UAE vaccine schedule.
- Monitoring and reporting infectious illnesses
- Assessment of minor health complaints,
- Medication administration and care for students with specific health care needs.
- Initial care for emergencies and other urgent health situations arising in the school day.
- School nurses enhance wellness and health promotion in the school community and incorporate national public health initiatives.