Almas Hospital

Emergency & Trauma Care Center

An emergency is a situation that demands immediate attention. Our Emergency & Trauma Center treats a broad range of illnesses and ensures outstanding patient care. To do this, we must prioritize patients for the emergency treatment depending on their severity. Our staff is aware of this and makes every effort to make our patients' and their loved ones' time with us as pleasant as possible.
ALMAS Emergency & Trauma Centre is open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week for your convenience. With the certification of ACLS & ATLS, our team of consultants and nurses are dedicated to giving every patient necessary Polytrauma care with essential Orthopedic and Neurosurgery support.
The Centre is supported by Consultants of different specialties/sub-specialties and has access to all key investigative facilities such as Radiology, Laboratory, Catheterisation Laboratory, etc., to give prompt treatment according to the patient's health requirements.

What do we offer in Emergency & Trauma Care?

Our emergency medical experts have a wealth of knowledge and expertise in dealing with a wide range of medical emergencies and injuries. Every one of our emergency rooms is well prepared to deal with the following kinds of situations

  • Heart attack Stroke Pain
  • Fractured limbs
  • Head injuries
  • Infectious disease, sepsis
  • Tropical diseases
  • Obstetric emergencies
  • Polytrauma
  • Burns
  • ARDS
  • Renal and liver failure
  • Post operative monitoring
  • Cardiac operative monitoring
  • Cardiac emergencies
  • Neurological emergencies

Emergency & Trauma Care analyses and treats persons who have suffered acute trauma, catastrophic injuries, or otherwise need immediate medical attention. Doctors, nurses, receptionists, porters, and healthcare assistants comprise the E&T (Emergency & Trauma) team. Every member of the medical team has extensive training in emergency medicine.

Patients in E&T Care are divided into three zones, each of which has the following features:

  • NON-CRITICAL: A patient is considered to be in the zone if their airway is secure, ambulates, and their hemodynamics are stable, and they will be treated within 90 minutes.
  • SEMI CRITICAL: The patient is semi-critical, traumatized, confused, and disoriented, but has a stable airway and hemodynamics and can't move. Within a half-hour, treatment gets started.
  • CRITICAL: Lifesaving assistance is needed immediately in this situation.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)


Q. How do I know whether I need to visit the Emergency & Trauma Care?


A trip to the Emergency Room should only be made in the case of serious injury or illness that needs immediate medical attention. If you are feeling poorly, have symptoms that imply a common medical disease like a cold, a minor cut, stomach discomfort, or a headache, or if you believe your condition is not an emergency, you should see your primary care physician (PCP).

Q. What do I need to bring when visiting the ALMAS Emergency & Trauma Care?


Be sure to bring your ID, Work Permit, foreigner permit, or passport with you so that your treatment procedure goes as smoothly as possible. Although this is an emergency, we recognize that bringing these papers is not always feasible. Awaiting papers will be requested from family members of patients who fail to provide them throughout therapy.

Q. What is the wait time for ALMAS Emergency & Trauma Care?


A nurse will quickly analyze the severity of your ailment before determining how long you'll have to wait. Waiting times aren't based on when you arrive but rather on the severity of your disease if it isn't treated quickly. Regardless of their age, all patients will be evaluated and treated in this manner (this includes patients who walk in on their own or are brought by ambulance).

Our Doctors

Our Distinguished Team of Caring Physicians

There are surgeons at our Emergency and Trauma Care Center specializing in emergency surgery on patients who have suffered a serious accident or sickness. Trauma surgery requires an in-depth understanding of surgical techniques and the ability to treat a wide range of injuries. If you've suffered a serious injury or are unwell, a trauma surgeon can help you get better.

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Dr. Ali Akbar

Consultant Physician in Emergency & Trauma Care
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Dr. Shahul Hameed

Consultant Physician in Emergency & Trauma Care
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Dr. Waseem Faizal

Consultant Physician in Emergency & Trauma Care
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Moufoos Rahman

Consultant Physician in Emergency & Trauma Care

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