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ABOUT US

Welcome message from Mariam

It is a pleasure to finally introduce you to Enayati Home Health Care. It was created by a dynamic team of Canadian nurses who have worked and cared for members of your community over the past 15 years.

Designed by nurses, Enayati is meant to bridge the gap between hospital care and home care after witnessing the struggle patients and families face in the management of their on-going chronic care conditions.

We have invested in our people. Our training program for our staff is unique as we provide more than 200 hours of training prior to our staff’s visit to homes.

I encourage you to ask questions and seek options for what is best for you and your family.

Vision:

The future of healthcare is at home.

Mission:

Enayati will be recognized as the preferred choice for home nursing in UAE and the region through adopting the best international practices and continuously reinventing ourselves to better serve our patients.

Patient Safety

Enayati has placed a high focus on patient safety in delivering care at home. Patient Falls among the elderly and Medication Management are the highest risks associated at home.
A growing number of medically complex patients are receiving care in the community. Families at home are attempting to manage complex medication regimens with limited training or education, which may increase the risk of a medication error.

Patient Falls are an important safety issues for seniors. Injuries from falls are one of the most common adverse events in home care, and are often associated with hospital admission. Enayati uses the Falls Risk Assessment Tool which looks at multifactor associated with falls.

Transitional Care from Hospital

Enayati provides care coordination across healthcare sector from hospital to home. It is widely circulated, that on average, 26% of older adults discharged home from hospitals are re-admitted within 30 days. Evidence is clear on what is needed such as support by professionals during this period, dissemination of pertinent information regarding changes in diagnoses, treatment and care requirements.

  •  The need to make appointments for follow-up medical appointments and post-discharge tests/labs
  •  The need to arrange for post discharge medical equipment
  •  Identify the correct medicines and a plan for the patient to obtain them
  •  Reconcile the discharge plan and medication
  •  Teach a written discharge plan the patient can understand
  •  Educate the patient about his or her diagnosis
  •  Assess the degree of the patients understanding of the discharge plan
  •  Review with the patient what to do if a problem arises

Technology

Etisalat, the UAE’s leading Telecommunication Company and Enayati; signed a memorandum of understanding today for the pilot launch of an innovative patient home monitoring system. The system, developed and manufactured by British health Technology Company – Equivital, includes body worn sensors which measure multiple physiological parameters in real time.

Quality/ Accreditation Standard

Pursuing Accreditation will enable Enayati to assess our services and peruse improvement efforts, develop standardized processes to improve efficiency and reduce costs and mitigate risk and support the uptake of best practices. Most importantly by adopting Accreditation Canada standards Enayati will build a culture of quality, safety, and excellence, identify leading and commendable practices and promote our commitment to offering safe, high-quality services.

Research

Enayati will be using interRAI assessment tools. InterRAI is a collaborative network of researchers in over thirty countries committed to improving care for persons who are disabled or medically complex. It provides Enayati with measurement tools for complex care for vulnerable populations including the elderly and frail and highlights issues related to functioning and quality of life of the person receiving the care. InterRAI will assist our nursing team in planning and monitoring care and improve our ability to conduct research, collect and analyze date.

Training

Enayati nurses are leaders in their field. The training platform is built upon the high Canadian nursing models and best practice guidelines. As part of our training schedule we have visiting lecturers from Canada in the area of Cardiovascular Care, Geriatrics Care, Chronic Care Illness. Trained to monitor and detect a deterioration in patient condition, emergency response can be averted at most times, however when necessary, our nurses are trained in emergency response and life support.

In addition, we developed our in-house training program; a comprehensive module that provides the nurses with the cultural background of the UAE to how to deliver care in a transitional program. Our courses have been developed by Dr. Clark; a renowned healthcare educator with over 30 years of experience. Below are highlights of our training program:

  1.  Implementing home health nursing competencies
  2.  Infection control
  3.  Best practice guidelines
  4.  Cerebral vascular accident (CVA)
  5.  Hypertension
  6.  Diabetes in UAE
  7.  Chronic disease management practice and care mapping
  8.  Palliative care
  9.  Transitional care
  10.  Communication
  11.  Designing patient education plans
  12.  Team skills
  13.  Professionalism

It is worth mentioning that team of nurses at Enayati have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and are licensed with the Dubai Health Authority (DHA).

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+971 55 352 0186

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+971 4 3385990
info@enayati.org

103 Al Moosa Tower 2,
Sheikh Zayed Rd,
Dubai, UAE ,
PO Box 53280

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