Dr. Rola Ali Hassan Family Doctor Dubai UAE – Profile of Dr. Rola Ali Hassan Family Doctor at Al Zahra Hospital, Al Barsha, Dubai
Dr. Rola Ali Hassan Family Doctor
She graduated from the American university of Beirut in medicine and did a year of pediatrics. This was followed by studying family medicine in the united states, and being certified by the American board of family medicine. After that she returned to Lebanon to work in different enterprises (Clemenceau medical center, American university of Beirut health services) as both an inpatient and outpatient family physician. She was the medical director of a poly clinic for a number of years.
Dr. rola moved to dubai in 2009, and has been working in different private clinics and hospitals since. She has been with al Zahra team since December 2013.
Dr. rola is fluent in English and Arabic and can manage basic French. She is interested in all aspects of family medicine- pediatrics, ob/gyn, adult medicine, chronic diseases, preventive care, vaccination, among other things.
– Member of the Lebanese order of physicians
– Member of the Emirates Medical Association
– Member of American academy of family physicians
– Family Medicine consultant, Family Practice teaching-american university of beirut
Al Zahra Hospital
Al Barsha, Near to Sharaf DJ Metro Station
Al Barsha, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Family Doctors in Dubai
A family doctor is an advanced medical professional who has completed medical school and a residency in family medicine. Family doctors, sometimes called primary care physicians, treat a wide range of health problems and concerns including common illnesses, vaccines and physicals, and minor office surgery, such as administering stitches and removal of moles and growths. Family doctors, along with support staff, such as nurses and physicians assistants are usually the first line of medical care for individuals. If an individual needs a higher level of care a family doctor can refer them to a specialist or admit a patient into the hospital.
Family doctors practice medicine in a variety of settings. Some start their own medical practices, some join into a group practice, and others work in hospital clinics. Many family doctors are also involved in charitable organizations around the world.
Most doctors are trained to treat specific ailments and particular organs. However, a family physician has knowledge to care for the entire body and both genders. They have knowledge in treating chronic or severe ailments. In addition, the family doctor offers regular health checks and advice on lifestyle adjustments. They help to prevent diseases before they develop.
Importance of Family Doctors
A family doctor is essential to all people who need health care. Doctors help people in a variety of different ways. They keep close records of their patient’s medical history and they are able to diagnose and treat people when they become ill or are injured. A family physician can even screen their clients to figure out if they have a disease or if they are developing some type of condition that could negatively impact their lives.
Most families must have insurance to receive help from a family doctor. A primary care physician wants their patients to have insurance because they receive payments from them. Most people cannot afford to pay out-of-pocket for health care. Doctors know this and rely on insurance to receive payment. Without insurance, most doctors just could not afford to see patients.
Family medicine is dedicated to providing care for all ages and the specialist is either a family doctor or physician. It is a holistic speciality that focuses on the family. It is also a division of primary care that continually provides inclusive health care for individuals and families in all ages, genders, ailments and for all body organs.
It leverages on the knowledge of the patient in the family and community set-up. This practise further focuses on preventive care. It focuses on medical care to acute and chronic ailments.
The specialists follow the primary care ethics and are regulated by medical boards in their respective countries.