Jan-Feb 2020 Newsletter


We wish you and your family a healthy and happy 2020!
We provide services in General and Internal Medicine, Paediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Reproductive Medicine & Infertility, Dermatology, General and Cosmetic Dentistry, Periodontology & Implantology, Orthodontics, Vaccinations for children and adults and Pathology services in our ISO 15189:2012 compliant lab.


January is cervical cancer awareness month.  Almost all cervical cancers are caused by the human papilloma virus. The cervical cancer screening test is called the PAP test. We are offering the liquid based PAP Test at a reduced rate of AED 175 till 31 Jan 2020.
Please call 04 3582020 to book with our Specialists in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Dr Anjana Kaul and Dr Ruma Bhargava.


Dr Moutusi Audhya, Specialist Dermatology will talk about Preventive Dermatology on Saturday, 25 Jan 2020. Attend this complimentary seminar at 12 noon.

Mesotherapy for Less in January

Mesotherapy at Panacea

Mesotherapy is beneficial for fine lines and pigmentation for the face and helps to combat hair loss. Book a session with Dr Moutusi Audhya, Specialist Dermatology at a special price of AED 450 for the face and AED 375 for the hair . Only from 1-31 Jan 2020.

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Valentine’s Dental Check

Gift your Valentine a Dental check up this year! You and your partner can get a dental check up done from 1 to 29 Feb 2020 at a 50% discount per couple. Call 04 3582020 to book with our Dentists Dr Alok Mehta and Dr Madhu Mallick.

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TSH Promotion this February

Check your Thyroid function to rule out an underactive thyroid that can cause weight gain and hair loss in both men and women along with other symptoms.  Do the TSH test for just AED 99 from 1 to 29 Feb 2020. Book with  Dr Vasantha Kumar.

Only AED 99

Heart Health Campaign

We are launching a complimentary preventive health campaign on Tuesday,  11 Feb 2020. On this day and every Tuesday thereafter till 23 June 2020, come and get a free consultation & BP check and learn how to maintain ideal heart health with Dr Vasantha Kumar, Specialist Internal Medicine.

Health Focus 

Get enough Vitamin B6 from fresh fruits, veggies, meat or supplements to avoid anaemia, rashes, cracked lips, a weak immune system, numb hands or feet, and other conditions. You need Vitamin B6 to fight off infections, turn food into energy, and help your blood carry oxygen to all parts of your body. Men need 1.7 mg/day and women 1.5 mg/day.

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