The nursing department is a dynamic and progressive department consisting of 526 qualified nursing staff and healthcare assistants.

It is led by the Director of Nursing and supported by the Nurse Educator, Nursing Supervisor, Head Nurses and Charge Nurses.

The Nursing Department plays a central role and is an active member of the organizational team in the development, management, and effective in delivering high quality patient care and services to complex patient situations in a variety of inpatient, outpatient, adult and pediatric specialties.

  • Our Philosophy

    The philosophy of the Nursing Department at Dallah Hospital is based on respect for the individuals, dignity and worth. We believe all patients have the right to receive effective nursing care. This care is a personal service that stems out of patients’ needs and their clinical diseases or conditions. The nursing service participates in a multidisciplinary team approach to patient care and encourages collaboration with the wider multidisciplinary team to include patient’s relatives. The provision of high quality patient-centeric care underpinned by evidence, best practice and professional guidelines is an important value for nurses at Dallah Hospital. The Nursing Department commitment to providing quality patient care is highlighted through its participation in continuous quality improvement initiatives, which require regular auditing of practice and feedback from patients.

  • Our Mission

    We believe that providing appropriate and timely care must be based on scientific evidence. We aim at cost-effective and efficient care, which is congruent with Dallah Hospital’s mission. We possess the desire to promote quality outcomes for the patient, employee and community. This pursuit toward excellence is guided by our quality enhancement and outcome-management programs.

  • Our Goal

    The ultimate goal of our nursing care is to provide safe passage for all patients in the health system with care directed toward their restoration to the optimal level of health and comfort possible. If restoration of health is not possible, the goal of nursing care will become directed at assisting the patient and family to cope with the outcome of the illness in a way that helps them attain the highest level of psychological and physical comfort possible.

To achieve quality nursing care, we utilize the nursing process to assess, formulate nursing diagnosis, establish patient care goals, plan and implement nursing intervention and evaluate the results of nursing care.

We strive to support the highest level of self-care and independence possible for the patient and family through appropriate nursing interventions



To further support Dallah Hospital and nursing mission statement, the Department of Nursing has developed the following purpose statements:


  • To develop and maintain nursing care standards which are research based and reflect the standards and policies of Dallah Hospital and the Ministry of Health.
  • To maintain an organization which can support quality nursing care through the recruitment and retention of high-quality nursing personnel.
  • To continually monitor quality and develop interventions to enhance the quality of patient care.
  • To continuously monitor and improve the outcomes associated with patient care.

The Nursing Department promotes a decentralized organization with authority and responsibility for decision-making at the patient care level. This works to attain the goal for quality care delivered a climate conducive to professional practice.

Nursing care is delivered 24 hours a day in the following departments, services, or areas:
  • Critical care nursing provides “high touch” care to patients and families within a “high tech” environment. As an integral member of the multidisciplinary healthcare team, the critical care nurse is an expert in assessment of patient/family needs and evaluation of the care provided, while being proficient in communication, assessment and technology skills
  • Emergency nurses are educated to have the ability to care for any patient, any age, with any illness or injury at any time within a multidisciplinary and multi-specialty team
  • Neonatal Nursing provides expert care for premature, low birth weight or medically fragile infants. Nurses receive advanced training and work closely with neonatologists and parents to assure that babies receive the highest quality of care. A major focus of the unit is parental education, which helps parents learn to care for their child while in the unit as well as preparation for home.
  • Maternal-Child Health Nursing is provided on the principle that the well-being of both mother and baby are interdependent as they adjust to multiple physical and psychological changes during the early post-partal and neonatal days. Nurses are assigned to care for both mother and baby to increase continuity and quality of care.
  • Labor and Delivery nursing and midwifery staff offers comprehensive obstetrical and neonatal care for women in labor
  • Medical-Surgical Nursing are actively involved with each member of the health care team in setting and attaining goals for patients. They help patients and families achieve the highest quality of life possible within the constraints of their disease.
Nursing care is provided in the following areas with limited hours of operation and “on call” coverage:
  • Outpatient Nursing – they are experts in nursing assessment and focus on patient education, chronic disease management, and reduction of unhealthy behaviors and disease prevention. Working with patients of any age with any conditions, the nurses reach out and directly affect the health of the community
  • Cardiac catheterization lab