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Health insurance for government employees

All Dubai government employees and their dependants come under a health insurance scheme called Enaya, which is a strategic health insurance partnership between Dubai Health Authority and Neuron LLC. Enaya, which means ‘care’ in Arabic, provides all government employees and their dependants with comprehensive medical cover, depending on the grade of the government employee. This includes dental treatment, optical equipment and treatment for pre-existing and chronic diseases at both government and private hospitals and clinics.

From February 2010 an amendment in costs for private clinics and hospitals was undertaken whereby the employee or dependant has to pay 20% of the cost for in-patient or out-patient treatment, 20% for medicines bought at a pharmacy, 50% cost for optical and 30% for dental treatment. However medical treatment at government hospitals will remain free for nationals with a nominal charge of AED 20 for expatriate government employees and their dependants.
 
Downloads
Enaya Category A Coverage & Benefits (Arabic pdf)
Enaya Category B Coverage & Benefits (Arabic pdf)
Enaya Category C Coverage & Benefits (Arabic pdf)
Enaya Category D Coverage & Benefits (Arabic pdf)
Enaya Platinum Network (Excel file)
Enaya Gold Network (Excel file)
Enaya Silver Network (Excel file)
Enaya Pharmacy Network (Excel file)
Enaya Optical Network (Excel file)

 

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RELATED GOVERNMENT ENTITIES
Dubai Health Authority
Dubai Civil Defence Department
Dubai Police
Ministry of Health
Ministry of Economy
Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services

RELATED PRIVATE LINKS
Emirates Medical Association
Dubai City Guide
Dubai Explorer
Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai

RELATED TOPIC LINKS
Getting access to healthcare – Gulf News
File medical complaint with the right authority – Gulf News
Guidelines to help travellers avoid bringing in banned medicines to UAE – Gulf News

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All Dubai government employees and their dependants come under a health insurance scheme called Enaya, which is a strategic health insurance partnership between Dubai Health Authority and Neuron LLC. Enaya, which means ‘care’ in Arabic, provides all government employees and their dependants with comprehensive medical cover, depending on the grade of the government employee. This includes dental treatment, optical equipment and treatment for pre-existing and chronic diseases at both government and private hospitals and clinics.

From February 2010 an amendment in costs for private clinics and hospitals was undertaken whereby the employee or dependant has to pay 20% of the cost for in-patient or out-patient treatment, 20% for medicines bought at a pharmacy, 50% cost for optical and 30% for dental treatment. However medical treatment at government hospitals will remain free for nationals with a nominal charge of AED 20 for expatriate government employees and their dependants.
 
Downloads
Enaya Category A Coverage & Benefits (Arabic pdf)
Enaya Category B Coverage & Benefits (Arabic pdf)
Enaya Category C Coverage & Benefits (Arabic pdf)
Enaya Category D Coverage & Benefits (Arabic pdf)
Enaya Platinum Network (Excel file)
Enaya Gold Network (Excel file)
Enaya Silver Network (Excel file)
Enaya Pharmacy Network (Excel file)
Enaya Optical Network (Excel file)

 

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Dubai Health Authority; Dubai Civil Defence Department; Dubai Police; Ministry of Health; Ministry of Economy; Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services

Related Topics

Getting access to healthcare – Gulf News; File medical complaint with the right authority – Gulf News; Guidelines to help travellers avoid bringing in banned medicines to UAE – Gulf News

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Emirates Medical Association; Dubai City Guide; Dubai Explorer; Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai

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الحصول على الخدمات الطبية في دبي– جريدة جلف نيوز; التقدم بشكوى حول الخدمات الطبية للجهات المعنية– جريدة جلف نيوز; إرشادات للزائرين حول الأدوية الممنوعة في دولة الإمارات– جريدة جلف نيوز

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