Reem Hospital's proficient team of general surgeons in Abu Dhabi, equipped with extensive expertise and western training, is dedicated to delivering comprehensive care. We prioritize the provision of optimal treatments and maximizing patient well-being through accelerated recovery, thereby aiding in the restoration of the patient's health.

When to consult with a general surgeon?

General surgeons at Reem Hospital are trained to treat a very wide variety of conditions through surgical intervention and are knowledgeable in the entire surgical process. There are some reasons indicating when and why you should consult a general surgeon:

  • Referral from another medical professional.
  • In case of surgical emergency.
  • Wounds that do not heal properly or have infection.
  • A lump or bump in the skin which does not seem normal or has been there for a very long time.
  • Sudden and severe pain in the abdomen, or groin.
  • Any issues about the abdomen muscles – hernias.
  • Any issue with digestive systems: esophagus – stomach – intestine – gall bladder -colon – anus.
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Preoperative care

Preoperative care is the physical and psychosocial care of the patient before undergoing surgery. The general surgeon at Reem Hospital helps the patient understand the whole plan by providing detailed information about the procedure, answering queries regarding the procedure and treatment, evaluating fitness and performing certain tests to ensure the smoothness of the procedure, provides nutritional counseling to help the patient feel safe and have a quick and smooth recovery.

Postoperative Care

Postoperative care helps in healing the patient after a surgical procedure that ensures a healthy and speedy recovery. Reem Hospital’s postoperative care implements a patient-centered approach by providing proper guidance regarding wound care, pain management, nutritional plans, and early mobilization or physical therapy in our rehabilitation center.

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Why choose Reem Hospital for general surgery in Abu Dhabi?

Reem Hospital is dedicated to delivering top-quality and comprehensive care to patients in Abu Dhabi. Our team includes some of the best general surgeons in Abu Dhabi, recognized for their expertise, training, and extensive experience, resulting in outstanding patient outcomes. We adhere to current medical guidelines and employ state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and techniques, ensuring compassionate and patient-centered care throughout every procedure.

Furthermore, we take pride in offering diverse options for our patients like including female general surgeon and female anesthesiologist in our team. This means that our female patients are offered comfort and a personalized healthcare experience.

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General surgery at Reem Hospital Abu Dhabi

At Reem Hospital, our general surgeons are committed to delivering high-quality, multidisciplinary surgical care across a spectrum of medical conditions, ranging from simple to complex.

Emphasizing the advantages of minimally invasive surgery, we prioritize techniques that involve smaller incisions, leading to reduced pain, shorter hospital stays, and quicker recovery times. This approach allows patients to return to their normal activities sooner, while still receiving optimal care and outcomes.

Reem Hospital offers a range of surgical procedures for patients of all ages.

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TREATMENTS OFFERED BY NEUROSURGEONS AT REEM HOSPITAL ABU DHABI

Reem Hospital offers a range of surgical procedures for patients of all ages. Our general surgery services include:

Typically, this procedure is performed in cases of, inflammation of the appendix (appendicitis). It’s considered a surgical emergency marked by right lower quadrant abdominal pain accompanied by fever, necessitating immediate intervention.

Gallbladder surgeries entail gallbladder extraction in instances of inflammation or the existence of stones. Occasionally, procedures involve stent insertion into narrowed ducts. These interventions can be accomplished through laparoscopic techniques or endoscopy. In complex cases, open surgery may be necessary.

Hernia surgery addresses the protrusion of abdominal content resulting from abdominal muscle weakness, typically affecting individuals, particularly males over 40. Complications such as inflammation or tissue death due to compromised blood supply in the new location can arise. Surgical intervention is necessary to reinforce the abdominal wall and remove the protruded tissue or reposition it to its original site, restoring strength and function.

Anal surgeries: Hemorrhoid surgery addresses the condition characterized by bleeding during defecation and the protrusion of tissue from the anal verge, often accompanied by pain. At Reem Hospital, hemorrhoid surgery can be performed using laser techniques, ensuring optimal outcomes for the patient.

Fissure Surgery: In cases of chronic constipation, fissures can develop, causing pain and bleeding during defecation. Surgery may be necessary in some instances.

Fistula Surgery: A fistula is an abnormal opening in the skin surrounding the anus, often occurring after an abscess that secretes pus. Surgery is typically the only treatment option to prevent further complications.

Breast surgeries required for benign conditions, including benign swellings or breast abscesses, following examination and diagnosis by a doctor, typically involve surgical evacuation or excision as part of the treatment process.

As part of a multidisciplinary approach, you can schedule an appointment with our plastic surgeon before undergoing breast surgery to discuss and plan for potential breast reconstructive or cosmetic procedures, if deemed necessary.

Wound care following surgery involves a series of follow-up appointments dedicated to coaching, guidance, and monitoring the healing process. This includes administering multiple wound dressing changes and offering advice on the optimal practices for wound management.

Typically, this procedure is performed in cases of, inflammation of the appendix (appendicitis). It’s considered a surgical emergency marked by right lower quadrant abdominal pain accompanied by fever, necessitating immediate intervention.

Gallbladder surgeries entail gallbladder extraction in instances of inflammation or the existence of stones. Occasionally, procedures involve stent insertion into narrowed ducts. These interventions can be accomplished through laparoscopic techniques or endoscopy. In complex cases, open surgery may be necessary.

Hernia surgery addresses the protrusion of abdominal content resulting from abdominal muscle weakness, typically affecting individuals, particularly males over 40. Complications such as inflammation or tissue death due to compromised blood supply in the new location can arise. Surgical intervention is necessary to reinforce the abdominal wall and remove the protruded tissue or reposition it to its original site, restoring strength and function.

Anal surgeries: Hemorrhoid surgery addresses the condition characterized by bleeding during defecation and the protrusion of tissue from the anal verge, often accompanied by pain. At Reem Hospital, hemorrhoid surgery can be performed using laser techniques, ensuring optimal outcomes for the patient.

Fissure Surgery: In cases of chronic constipation, fissures can develop, causing pain and bleeding during defecation. Surgery may be necessary in some instances.

Fistula Surgery: A fistula is an abnormal opening in the skin surrounding the anus, often occurring after an abscess that secretes pus. Surgery is typically the only treatment option to prevent further complications.

Breast surgeries required for benign conditions, including benign swellings or breast abscesses, following examination and diagnosis by a doctor, typically involve surgical evacuation or excision as part of the treatment process.

As part of a multidisciplinary approach, you can schedule an appointment with our plastic surgeon before undergoing breast surgery to discuss and plan for potential breast reconstructive or cosmetic procedures, if deemed necessary.

Wound care following surgery involves a series of follow-up appointments dedicated to coaching, guidance, and monitoring the healing process. This includes administering multiple wound dressing changes and offering advice on the optimal practices for wound management.

Written By
Dr. Najat Amharar

Consultant General Surgery

Dr Najat Amharar is dual French-Moroccan citizen, born and trained in France. She has completed her 6-year medical foundation studies in 2008, in Rouen, and her 5-year residency in general (laparoscopic) surgery in Bordeaux, in 2013. Following her residence, she...

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