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Our health professionals play a central and critical role in improving access and quality health care for the population. In JIMC, we provide essential services that promote health, prevent diseases and deliver health care services to individuals, families and the UAE community based on the primary health care approach.
It is the ability of the JIMC to consistently meet and manage patient expectations, with our outstanding personal service, a combination of health care system and clinical professional excellence.
Advancements in medical technology have allowed JIMC to better diagnose and treat patients thoroughly.
Hemorrhoids are enlarged veins that develop in the anal canal.
Anal fistula is an abnormal channel between the anal canal and perianal skin.
Anal fissure is a tear in the lining of the lower rectum (anus) that causes pain during bowel movements.
Female genital prolapse, also known as pelvic organ prolapse, is a common gynecological condition that occurs due to multiple childbirths and the vaginal wall collapses.
Pilonidal Sinus is a small hole at the cleft of the top part of the buttocks, above the sacrum. It contains hair that may form cysts or abscess.
An anorectal abscess is a pocket of pus in the tissue near the end of the rectum (anus). Most abscesses are caused by a blocked anal gland that develops an infection.
A persistent pain in the anus is known as chronic anal pain.
Rectal bleeding is seen as blood on the toilet paper or the feces.
This is a condition wherein the pelvic region has been under pain for more than 6 months.
Is the abnormal growth of cells in the colon or rectum. This is one of the most common cancers in the world.
To ensure that one has easy and smooth bowel movements, muscles in the anus called the sphincter tightens or relaxes whenever an individual is ready to pass bowels.
Endoanal ultrasound is a medical test to check the muscles of the anus (sphincters). This test can identify abnormalities such as tears, fistulas, and masses in the area.