Health For AllWomen and Child HealthEid Al Fitr in Danat Al Emarat Hospital was special. Know Why?

Eid Al Fitr in Danat Al Emarat Hospital was special. Know Why?

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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; April, 2024: Danat Al Emarat Hospital for Women & Children, part of the M42 group, celebrated Eid Al Fitr with the arrival of two newborns – one girl and one boy.

Omar Al Naqbi, Acting Chief Executive Officer at Danat Al Emarat Hospital for Women & Children, said, “At Danat Al Emarat Hospital for Women & Children, we were lucky to welcome two newborns on Eid Al Fitr, doubling the joy of the happy parents. Of the babies born, one was a boy and one was a girl, with one being an Emirati national. With the continuous support and effort of our team of obstetricians, pediatricians, neonatologists, midwives and nurses, Danat Al Emarat Hospital continues to provide newborns and their families with the best possible care and services,” continued Al Naqbi.

The Al Matroshi family from the United Arab Emirates, was the first family to welcome their new baby boy. Born at 06:11 am, he was in good health and weighed 2.66 kg. The parents named him Mohamed.

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Moreover, the Arsenio family welcomed their second newborn at Danat Al Emarat Hospital at 09:55 am on this special day, weighing 3.4 kg. The parents named her Leonor. “Having our daughter be born on Eid Al Fitr is a wonderful occasion for us. We would like to express our profound gratitude to the team at Danat Al Emarat Hospital for their attentiveness and support. Our baby girl has arrived, and the whole family is overwhelmed with joy and gratitude,” said Skye Edwards Arsenio, father of the newborn.

Furthermore, In line with the Eid Al Fitr celebrations, Danat Al Emarat Hospital distributed flowers and chocolates to all patients and children who were celebrating at the hospital. 

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