Sunday 7.00am - 9.00am
Wednesday 1.00pm - 4.00pm
Vaccinations are given in line with the recommendations of the Ministry of Health, State of Qatar. A schedule is attached of the recommended vaccinations.
There is a vaccine cold chain (vaccines must be kept at a specific temperature) that has to be maintained in order to preserve their effectiveness. This is why vaccination days and timings are as stipulated and are not available on demand.
The growth parameters of weight, height and head circumference are taken to track your child's growth. The medical centre will keep a computerized record of your child's growth pattern.
Vaccinations for those performing Haj and Umrah are also available.
Sunday 7.00am - 12.00pm
Only female doctors and nurses administer this clinic
What will be provided?
- General examination
- Breast examination (manual screening)
- Blood pressure
- Weight and height
- Vaginal examination
- Pap smear tests
- Cells from the cervix (for cervical cancer screening)
- Pelvic ultrasound scanning
Patients are advised to bring their valid Hamad Health Card
If any abnormalities are detected, the patient will be immediately referred for a specialist opinion. Women with suspected breast disease and those requiring mammograms are referred to the surgery department for the mammogram to be performed.
The doctors in the Al Khor Medical Centre will liaise with HMC to ensure continuity of care.
Monday 7.00am - 3.00pm
Specialist clinic for patients having signs and symptoms of asthma.
Patients are given medication and health education on prevention and management of asthma.
Tuesday 7.00am - 1.00pm
This is a specialist clinic for pregnant women to attend for regular routine check-ups. Conducted by a female doctor at the Al Khor Community Medical Centre.
The recommended frequency of appointments during pregnancy is as follows:
- Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks
- Every 2 weeks until 36 weeks
- Weekly until delivery
For complicated or high-risk pregnancies, the doctor will advise on the frequency of check-ups to suit you and your baby's needs.
The following vital signs are taken during each visit:
- Blood pressure
- Blood investigations will be conducted as necessary
- Ultrasound examinations as necessary
You will also be examined by one of the female doctors during which growth and pregnancy progress are monitored. It is here that you will be able to hear your baby's heart beat.
Supplemental medicines (Iron and Folic Acid) are advised and prescribed by the doctors to take during the course of your pregnancy to prevent anemia.
Follow-up appointments are made at reception.
At 28-32 weeks of pregnancy, pregnant women will be referred to the HMC (North Hospital) for further follow-up and subsequent delivery.
Wednesday 7.00am - 3.00pm
The diabetic clinic is held specifically in the morning so the fasting blood sugar can be accurately measured and the control of diabetes assessed. This is important for all further treatment decisions. The fasting blood sugar will be checked (finger prick), together with the patient's blood pressure and weight.
The doctor will then see the patient and discuss current or future treatment maintenance of the condition. The doctor will prescribe medication as required.
Hypertensive patients will have their blood pressure checked along with other vital signs taken before going to see the doctor. The doctor will monitor the blood pressure pattern and prescribe medication accordingly.
Blood investigations are done according to protocol and clinical assessment.
Follow-up appointments based on your doctor's recommendations are made with the receptionist.
Sunday to Thursday 7.00am - 7.00pm
Saturday 8.00am - 12.00nn
After 4.00pm and on Saturdays preference is given to employees
All patients who walk in, are accepted and seen by the assigned doctor.
If you want to see a particular doctor you can make an appointment at the reception in advance.