The aims of preventative health services are to promote health and well-being. We aim at empowering people to make positive lifestyle choices for them to achieve balance in their physical, mental and emotional health and to support them to live longer, healthier and more productive lives.
Our preventive health services include wellness programs, screening programs and health protection services.
The essence of preventative health is a shift from curative care to preventative care and wellness services. Our vision is to empower people to take responsibility for their own health and make healthy lifestyle choices. This includes health promotion and wellness interventions and services that educate people, encourage and empower them to adopt healthy behaviors that reduce their exposure to disease risk factors.
Preventative services also focus on early detection of risk factors and screening for chronic diseases. Our preventative health model of care includes services and practices that aim to protect people’s health by appropriate immunization; preventing transmission of communicable diseases and infections; reducing multidrug resistant infections and managing outbreaks and epidemics.
Our wellness programs deliver clinical and community interventions that empowers people to make healthy lifestyle choices to achieve balance in physical, mental and emotional health and to support people to live longer, healthier, productive lives.
Our screening programs provide life-saving, population-based screening services that promote education, awareness and early detection of priority diseases in Qatar.More Details
Our health protection services promote health, safety and quality of life by preventing and controlling communicable diseases and infections and managing outbreaks and other incidents which threaten the public’s health.
Consult your family physician at your registered health centre to discuss your preventive health care needs. Your family physician can arrange access to the services required. To arrange an appointment with your family physician, please call 107.