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PHCC starts face-to-face consultations at 75% capacity for all services starting Tuesday

01 Mar 2022


The Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) has announced the implementation of the second phase of a plan to resume the regular provision of services at its health centers.

This comes within the framework of a three-stage implementation plan running until April.

The second phase of the plan begins on Tuesday, when all health centers of the PHCC will provide face-to-face consultations at 75% of the capacity covering all services, such as Family Medicine, general and specialized dental services, and all other specialized services.

The corporation will also continue to provide virtual consultations, based on the patient's preference, while the Rawdat Al Khail Health Centre will continue to operate as a health centre dedicated to Covid-19.

Drive-through swabbing services will continue to be provided at PHCC health centers from 4pm to 11pm seven days a week, while the Lusail drive-through testing and vaccination centre was closed yesterday, Monday, February 29.

The PHCC is taking strict preventive measures to control the spread of Covid-19 virus and ensure safety. These measures include the smart scheduling of appointments, use of personal protective equipment, social distancing, and regular virus checks for all workers and employees, as well as maintaining strict hygiene and disinfection protocols.

PHCC has stressed its commitment to providing high-quality, integrated health services characterized by easy access to ensure the health and safety of the society, while adhering to all precautionary and preventive measures, and in order to support national efforts to combat the Covid-19 pandemic and protect the population.

The first phase was implemented from February and witnessed great success, according to PHCC, with affiliated health centers providing face-to-face consultations at 50% of the capacity across all services.