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Located in the heart of Muscat and scenic area of Bausher, Muscat Private Hospital (MPH) is Oman’s first premier private medical facility offering state-of-the-art luxury medical services to the people of Oman for two decades. Rated as the best and first Joint Commission Accredited Hospital (JCI Accreditation – International Gold Standard of Quality) in the Sultanate of Oman. MPH’s aesthetically designed and spacious interiors, with thoughtful touches and an ambiance full of comfort aim to make visits to the hospital a relaxed and positive experience.
Fortified by an outstanding team of doctors with international expertise, the hospital provides comprehensive care in all major specialties with world-class out-patient and in-patient facilities. As a pre-eminent state-of-the-art healthcare facility in Muscat, the MPH has continued to dominate Oman’s healthcare landscape in terms of the quality of its medical staff, the breadth of services it offers and the standard of latest equipment it operates. Muscat Private Hospital takes pride in being the first hospital in Muscat to be awarded JCI accreditation in 2012 and has successfully maintained its accreditation three times.
Overall rating: 1
January 18, 2023
One of the worst hospitals i have ever dealt with, they care only about making money, radiology department gave me a wrong reading of the MRI scan for my knee, the orthopaedic Dr. Manesh gave a different wrong opening, and when I did a surgery for my knee with Dr. Ayman Shaarawy for meniscus tear, he ruined the knee joint, did not stich the meniscus or removed the damaged parts, he only left me with painful knee using the croches for two month until I did another MRI with another doctor, and the situation was worse than it was before the surgery.
Do not use there services.
Overall rating: 1
November 16, 2022
Old hospital, with old infrastructure. Owners only care about milking this dead place. Doctors will always over subscribe and perform un necessary tests. Don’t make the mistake of becoming an admitted patient as rooms are horrific and haven’t been renovated since the 1990’s.
Overall rating: 1
October 20, 2022
I went to the Radiology Department about a week ago for an x-ray. I brought the form sent to me by my surgeon in Singapore that indicates what view was needed for observation (right and left oblique). I was given a cd by the x-ray technician with the scans and I sent these to my surgeon who then tells me that they took LATERAL scans and not the OBLIQUES as requested.
I came back today to get another x-ray and the receptionist informs me that the x-ray technician was busy (she tried making several calls and nobody picked up). She then tells me that the technician was in surgery and just went in ten minutes ago. I was already very frustrated at this point and asked if there was only one technician to which she replied that yes, there was only one. She said they can take my number and give me a call when the technician was available.
Several problems with this: First is the the fact that I will be exposed again to unnecessary radiation because of a careless mistake.
Second, why would they only have ONE technician available? When you call the Radiology department they will always tell you that there is no need to make an appointment and that you can just come in during their hours and get your scans done. If they are telling patients to come in anytime, there should always be a technician on call to accommodate these patients.
Third is how ridiculous it is that they are expecting me to just sit on my hands while I wait for a call when their technician is available! It's as if I have nothing better to do but wait for them to call me so they can correct their mistake.
Coming here was an absolute waste of time and money.
Bausher Street, PC 133 Muscat Oman