The health care delivery system of Maldives is organized into a three-tier system with island level primary health centers, a higher level of health facilities with respect to provision of maternal, new born care and specialty care at an atoll/regional level and tertiary care level.
After someone has had a fit or seizure, it’s important that they seek medical attention. If someone is known to have fits or seizures, they may have medical plan in place as to what actions need to be taken after the fit.
You can make online appointments now on the Kulhudhuffushi Regional Hospital website.
MRI services began in KRH on 15th March 2021, and this was a project that costed more than MVR 23 million. “This is a huge achievement for us. The project by the government to upgrade health services to tertiary standard in 5 areas of the country is a very important project. Starting MRI services brought a lot of easiness to the citizens, financially and in transportation also. Specially in the difficult time of Covid-19 pandemic” Said Manager of KRH health services, Ahmed DawoodLearn More
Maldives Transport and Contracting Company (MTCC) has completed the development of the new OPD facility in the Kulhudhuffushi Regional Hospital (KRH). The Ministry of Health contracted MTCC to complete the project, which involved developing new consultation, treatment, and procedure rooms along with a nursing station. The new facility also includes a 6,189-square-foot waiting lounge with a queuing system display and CCTV camera systems. The project value is a total of MVR 20.2 million, MTCC said.Learn More
The construction of an extension building with 36 beds and two intensive care unit (ICU) wards has been completed in Kulhudhuffushi Regional Hospital (KRH). KRH is the largest hospital in the northern atolls of the Maldives and is seeing an increase in demand with 350-400 daily visits. The hospital serves a large population across the northern atolls, including 10,000 people in Kulhudhuffushi City and 16,000 people in the remaining 12 islands of Haa Dhaalu Atoll.Learn More
KRH is the busiest hospital in the northern region, with over 72,000 people receiving service from the establishment. Locals from Haa Alifu, Haa Dhaalu, and Shaviyani atolls seek treatment from this hospital. The Maldives' northernmost city Kulhudhuffushi has a population of over 10,000, according to the recent census statistics.learn more
Kulhudhuffushi Regional Hospital (KRH) has announced that it has decided to change the policy for making appointments for specialized doctor consultation from January 1, 2023. The main change the hospital has decided to make is to change the existing practice of making appointments two weeks prior for specialized doctor consultations, by changing the practice to allocate the appointments for the next three days. In this way patients will have opportunity to make appointment for the next day every day. According to the hospital, the main reason behind the change is that since more than 50% of the patients who makes the appointment do not turn up for consultation. Therefore, for those who really needed appointments do not get the chance for consultation.
Kulhudhuffushi Regional Hospital (KRH) has appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer Ahmed Dawood (David) to be the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of KRH. Before President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih appointed David as CEO of KRH, he served as the manager of the hospital as well. In 2019, David was appointed as the hospital manager. On August 8, 2021, President Solih appointed David as the Deputy CEO of KRH, which operates under a governing board.
David holds a master's Degree in Business Administration with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and Marketing. Moreover, prior to his appointment as manager of KRH, he worked in the customer service sector in Dhiraagu. He has worked for more than 8 years in Dhiraagu. Under David’s tutelage, KRH underwent major changes in its operations and the hospital underwent a number of developments.
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