Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) has announced the working hours for all its health centres during the Eid al-Fitr holidays starting from Sunday until June 10.
Out of the 27 health centres under PHCC, Qatar University, Leghwairiya, Al Daayen, Abu Nakhla, Gharrafat Al Rayyan, Al Thumama, Al Kaaban, Al Karaana, Al Wajbah and Al Waab health centres will remain closed while all other health centres will remain operational.
Al Rayyan, Abu Baker Siddiq, Mesaimeer, Muaither, West Bay, Umm Ghuwailina, Madinat Khalifa, Leabaib, Airport, Omar Bin Khattab, Rawdat Al Khail and Umm Slal health centres will work in two shifts from 7am to 2pm, and 4pm to 11pm.
Dental Services in these health centres will be provided in two shifts from 7am to 2pm and 4pm to 10pm.
The health centres outside Doha will have a different schedule during the holidays. Al Khor and Al Shamal health centres will be working in two shifts from 7am to 2pm and 4pm to 11pm. Al Wakra Health Centre will be working continuously from 7am to 11pm while Al Sheehaniya Health Centre will be working from 7am to 9pm and Al Jumailiya Health Centre will provide ‘On Call’ service 24 hours.
The specialised clinics will also provide the services according to a revised schedule. The Dermatology Clinics at Rawdat Al Khail and at Leabaib health centres will work during the morning shift from 7am to 2pm, except Friday.
Ophthalmology Clinics at Muaither, Leabaib and Rawdat Al Khail Health Centres will be operational in the morning shift from 7am to 2pm, except Friday.
ENT Clinics at Rawdat Al Khail Health Centre will work during the morning shift from 7am to 2pm, except Friday and Saturday.
All the Premarital Clinics will remain closed except Airport Health Centre that will work on June 3 in the morning and Al Rayyan Health Centre on June 6 also in morning shift.
The Emergency Department at Gharrafat Al Rayyan , Al Shamal, Al Kabaan, Al Sheehaniya and Rawdat Al Khail health centres will remain open 24 hours on all days.Last updated: May 31 2019 10:53 PM
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