Thumbay Group, UAE is a diversified international business conglomerate founded in 1998 by Dr. Thumbay Moideen. Over the years, the group has blossomed into a diversified business group with operations across multiple sectors including Education, Healthcare, Medical Research, Diagnostics, Retail Pharmacy, Health Communications, Retail Opticals, Wellness, Nutrition Stores, Hospitality, Real Estate, Publishing, Technology, Media, Events, Medical Tourism, Trading and Marketing & Distribution.
With its network of academic hospitals and medical centers, the Thumbay network of hospitals is one of the largest healthcare providers in the region. All hospitals and clinics under the group provide teaching and training opportunities for the students of Gulf Medical University, Ajman, a leading medical university of the region owned and operated by the group. Gulf Medical University attracts a student cohort of over 86 nationalities and faculty and staff from over 30 countries.
Apart from being an acknowledged leader in the healthcare sector, Thumbay Group operates a reputed pharmacy chain, diagnostic centres, multi-brand retail outlets, world-class wellness centres, a prestigious chain of coffee shops, popular health & lifestyle publication, to name a few. An academic and entrepreneurial powerhouse.
Best Healthcare Provider
Thumbay University Hospital is the largest private academic hospital in the Middle East region. Located in Thumbay Medicity, Al Jurf, Ajman, UAE, the hospital is part of the academic hospital network of Thumbay Group, which has a professional workforce of 30 different nationalities serving patients in 50 different languages and serving patients from over 175 countries.
Thumbay University Hospital features a dedicated 100-bed long term care and rehabilitation unit, 10 modern surgical suites for all major specialties, Center for Imaging, Cath Lab, ICU/CCU/NICU/PICU, 10-bed dialysis unit, etc. The hospital also has 10 labour and delivery rooms, NICU, SCBU and Well Baby Unit.
Additional measures to prevent the spread of the virus in the hospital include a unique fever clinic to treat patients with fever and screening them for COVID-19 symptoms, regular and detailed sanitisation protocols, chronic medication refill for patients via a simple phone call, 24-hour drive-through pharmacy service at the hospital premises, temperature monitoring of all patients, visitors and staff, emphasising hand hygiene and wearing masks, hand sanitiser dispensers throughout the hospital, and constant monitoring of staff health.