DR. SANAD RASHED AL FADALA’S IDEA OF ESTABLISHING “TAIBA CLINIC” BEGAN IN 2000 WHEN THE ACTUAL SEARCH FOR THE APPROPRIATE LOCATION STARTED. SABAH AL SALEM AREA WAS CHOSEN FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF... more THIS MEDICAL CENTER, DUE TO THE LACK OF PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS AVAILABLE IN THIS AREA AND ITS SURROUNDING AREAS.
"Taiba Clinic" was named after Dr. Sanad Al Fadala's late mother, Taiba Sayed Yaseen Al Tabtabai. It is also worth mentioning that the woman behind the idea of naming the hospital, the late Fatima Sulaiman Ibrahim Al Mussalem, the wife of Dr. Sanad Al Fadala.
"Taiba Clinic" officially opened on 8th December 2002 as the first day-case surgery center in Kuwait under the slogan of "Care & Cure", providing comprehensive medical services.
After 4 years of achieving exceptional success at "Taiba Clinic", we have decided to expand even further and become the first private hospital in Mubarak Al Kabeer governorate. We have expanded our premises and opened new departments that are equipped with the latest medical technologies and state-of-the-art equipment. Moreover, we have recruited high skilled professionals to ensure the adequate management and organization of the hospital's dealings, both internally and externally.
On December 2010, Taiba Hospital has acquired the Joint Commission International Accreditation (JCIA) with the highest scores in its first attempt. JCI, the world's leading organization in evaluating healthcare service and quality, awarded Taiba Hospital the coveted JCI Accreditation certificate for implementing safe and effective healthcare in highest quality and value, thus setting Taiba Hospital to be the first medical organization in Kuwait to acquire this outstanding evaluation.
Also one of the utmost important stages in the development process of our medical services is our partnership with National Bank of Kuwait through NBK Capital in 2011, and we are proud that NBK chose Taiba Hospital for its investment in the medical field in Kuwait amongst all other available options in the medical market.
I arrived at 9 and they had no valet, although we had an emergency case. We needed to get an X-ray done and they did not prioritize emergency situations, made us wait 30 minutes for an X-ray although the... more hospital was empty! Extremely tiny hallways, very slow administration, they kept hitting the wheelchair on doors and walls although and did not sympathize with the patient who had broken bones. After we were done they kept the patient in the hallway outside the doctors office since the wheelchair does not fit in the tiny doctors office. The place is understaffed and extremely inefficient. I will never go Taiba Hospital again!
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