Our expert services are designed to accommodate clients who require remote solutions. Our at-home laboratory testing services are available to clients who require blood to be drawn remotely and sent to a laboratory for further testing.
The same standardized procedure is administered to test and report results to the patient and the physician in the testing procedures, which includes:
Importance of Laboratory Testing For Our Patients
Medical laboratory testing is essential in detecting, diagnosing, and treating patients with diseases. If a patient submits to lab testing regularly, physicians and specialists are able to respond quickly with preventive care, saving the patient time, money, and potential illnesses in the future. In short, lab testing is one of the primary lines of defense in ensuring a patient’s overall health. A patient’s assessment, medication, hospitalization, and discharge rely on laboratory results, and a patient’s healthcare experience depends on these tests. With the emergence of the COVID-19 outbreak, we have quickly responded through our COVID-19 PCR Testing, which enables a convenient PCR testing service carried out by trained medical specialists from DHA-approved and recognized testing laboratories.
With our Laboratory Testing, here’s how it contributes to patient safety and healthcare quality:
Quality Control: Before patient specimens are tested, our clinical staff performs quality control (QC). Samples with standard solutions are evaluated. Each personnel documents and evaluates results to detect and resolve instrument errors. Rotating quality control ensures that everyone can execute the tests correctly and obtain accurate results.
Highly Qualified and Experienced Lab Clinician: Our laboratory technicians and clinical staff in charge of day-to-day lab operations are highly qualified and have years of clinical laboratory testing experience. Besides initial job qualification, our testing specialists have their competency reviewed to verify their ability to interpret QC results, perform testing, and troubleshoot technical problems. And extra training for the whole testing crew is established every time new test equipment is introduced into the facility.
Lab Documentation: Our laboratory personnel documents accurate records of testing, management, training, and diagnostics. Preserving these records is necessary after completing the results. And these documents are presented where questions arise on how the test was performed and who was in charge.
High-Quality of Lab Facilities: We have a commitment to providing high-quality care by taking a proactive approach and looking for patterns that allow for consistent quality improvement. We regularly evaluate the overall testing process, from patient identification and specimen collection to notifying physicians of relevant lab results.
At Alleanza, our laboratory testing plays a vital role in overall healthcare quality. We ensure that the results are accurate and timely and guarantee that our clients receive the optimal care they deserve.
Alleanza’s team of healthcare professionals include Registered Nurses, Physicians, Physiotherapists, Occupational therapists, Speech therapists, Respiratory therapists, well baby carers and geriatric caregivers. All our healthcare professionals are licensed under U.A.E. health authorities and receive ongoing medical training to provide our patients with the best care they deserve.
Yes, our highly qualified team of nurses are ready to provide around-the-clock homecare nursing services, according to the patient’s condition and needs. Alleanza Homecare tailors the patient care and allocates the right medical personnel with the required skills based on the patient’s medical assessment.
Yes, we offer Teleconsultation and Telemedicine for intensive and mechanically ventilated patients.
Yes, Alleanza Homecare specializes in the management of chronic medical conditions. Whilst the stability of the patient is our goal, our main priority is to improve the patient’s quality of life. Our care for chronically ill patients includes the following chronic medical diseases, but not limited to: