As part of the “We are all healthy” event
” Magrabi – Dubai” examines the eyes of the Sharjah Police
As a part of its social responsibility role, Magrabi – Dubai screens the eyesight of the Sharjah Police and recommends the necessary medical advice.
” Magrabi Dubai” participated in the “We are all healthy” event organized by the Strategy and Performance Development Department at the Sharjah Police General Command, as part of the “Workers’ Happiness” initiatives in cooperation with the “VBM” Center for Health Care, with the participation of a large number of doctors and nurses.
Magrabi Dubai was keen to participate in this event by conducting all eye examinations, as well as providing the necessary medical consultations for patients who were proven to suffer from some health problems.
What is the function of “We are all healthy”?
The “We are all healthy” event is a health campaign organized by the Strategy and Performance Development Department at the Sharjah Police General Headquarters, in cooperation with the Leadership Workers’ Happiness Center and the VBM Center for Health Care, with the participation of a number of chief doctors and nurses.
Since its inception, the wholesale has witnessed conducting many medical examinations in the eyes and bones, in addition to providing medical consultations to patients who were found to suffer from some health problems through the examination, as well as focusing on the educational aspect through conducting an educational workshop to discuss any health issues related to the work environment.
The campaign succeeded in achieving impressive results since its inception, as about 66 members of the officers, non-commissioned officers, and individuals in the administration benefited.
The campaign aims to enhance health and community awareness among employees of the General Command of Sharjah Police, as well as those who deal with them, as well as increase attention to the health and safety of individuals, and provide all medical services aimed at achieving prevention, security, and safety of community members in general.
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