Redsea Hospitals offers a complete Cardiac service like no other private or public hospital in Somalia.
ABOUT the Hospital
Your Health is Our Primary Concern
We serve our communities by providing exceptional care, as we prevent illness, restore health and provide comfort to all who entrust us with their care.
Redsea will continues to invest in healthcare facilities, the latest available technology, a comprehensive range of capabilities that enables our specialists in the various departments to provide their patients with cutting-edge and life-saving treatments – many of which are firsts in Somalia.
The VISION of the Hospital
Combining Quality Care & Modern Conveniences.
We started One Medical Hospital with the belief that clinical excellence commitment to service and a modern approach make for a truly great experience. To bring our vision to life, we listened to our patients. thoughtfully applied technology, and hired the best doctors to create a practice that is designed specifically to meet your needs.
Rigorously selected board-certified doctors and longer appointments with doctors who actually listen.
Putting You First
Same-day appointments, convenient office locations, and on-site lab test with no appointment required.
Book appointments and get 24/7 care via phone, app, or online, and email directly with your doctor.
Attention to Service
95% of appointments start on time or early, and we’re in-network with most PPO and HMO plans.
Redsea Hospitals offers a complete Cardiac service like no other private or public hospital in Somalia.
We offer everything from diagnostics and minimally invasive procedures to complex open-heart surgery and everything in between. We offer cardiac care for both adults and children.
Our Rapid Access Cardiology Clinic (RACC) offers urgent appointments for patients with concerns about their heart. Patients can book an appointment for a heart check via GP referral, or self-referral.
Our Congenital Heart Clinic offers continued care for patients suffering from congenital heart conditions who find themselves requiring continuous access to care after they have left the pediatric system.
Our team of Consultant Cardiologists, Cardiothoracic Surgeons, Cardiac Physiologists and technicians work as a team in providing you unparalleled care in modern and technologically advanced surroundings.
Our available technologies are PCI or Angiography, Echo, ECG, Stress Test ECG, Holter ECG,
with Open-Heart Surgery in process.
Peripheral Vascular Surgery
Minimally invasive treatment to open narrow veins
Multiple venous conditions such as deep vein thrombosis and chronic venous insufficiency and May-Thurner syndrome can cause veins in the legs, chest, or abdomen to narrow or become blocked. Your doctor may recommend placement of a wire mesh tube called a stent to open the vein and allow blood to flow more easily.
The doctors in our vein program are experts at treating venous disorders using advanced minimally invasive methods. They will work with you to develop a treatment plan for your unique condition to help relieve symptoms and minimize the risk of complications.
Our surgeons are supported by specially trained physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, surgical technicians, anesthesiologists, and other support staff. State-of-the-art diagnostic and surgical technology and tools help ensure that patients receive high-quality care in a safe environment—and the best possible outcomes.
General Surgery focuses on procedures including the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, liver, pancreas, gallbladder and bile ducts, hemorrhoids, anal fissure, cancer surgery, skin graft, and often the thyroid gland. General Surgeons also deal with diseases involving the skin, breast, soft tissue, and hernias. Whenever possible, we offer a minimally invasive approach, which means less discomfort as well as faster recovery times.
Redsea Hospital offers surgical services at the heart of Mogadishu. Inpatient and outpatient surgery are performed at the Hospital.
Our surgeon are supported by specially trained physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, surgical technicians, anesthesiologists, and other support staff. State-of-the-art diagnostic and surgical technology and tools help ensure that patients receive high-quality care in a safe environment—and the best possible outcomes.
Redsea Hospital’s Internal Medicine Department treats a large range of illnesses and disorders including those related to; respiratory issues such as breathlessness, lung diseases, asthma and COPD, gastroenterology, liver issues, renal (kidney) problems, infectious diseases, and rheumatology amongst others. Our specialist consultants have an abundance of experience and are backed by the full services of Redsea Hospitals.
Primary healthcare services rendered by internists encompass patients of all ages with all kinds of acute and chronic physical, mental, and social health problems, including multiple chronic diseases, in the broadest sense. In conclusion, when compared to the physicians of other medical disciplines, an internist should have broad knowledge covering many medical fields.
If you have been referred by your GP to a Consultant in General Internal Medicine, the diagnostics carried out will depend on the reason you have been referred. Patients may have diagnostic tests carried out in our radiology department. This department has the most technologically advanced equipment in all of Ireland.
Blood tests, swabs or biopsies taken will be sent to our in house state-of-the-art laboratory for testing.
Our Endoscopy Department will perform any endoscopies required for diagnostic purposes.
Redsea Hospital’s ED is a consultant-led Department. Our team of experts are on hand to offer immediate access to medical assessment and treatment. Our Consultants in Emergency Medicine and their team treat an array of conditions and injuries from sprains, breaks and cardiac complaints to acute medical and surgical emergencies.
Backed by our full-service hospital with over 5 Consultants and 30 healthcare professionals.
OBS & Gynecology
We offer a full range of women’s health and wellness services including obstetrics, gynecology, breast and cervical health, mammography, managing menopause, preconception counseling and infertility. Our services include care during your pregnancy, promoting the benefits of breastfeeding, well-woman care as well as the diagnosis, treatment and surgical care for gynecological problems. We provide early prenatal care, which is the first and best step to increase your chances for a healthy outcome for you and your baby. We also have a Maternal Oral Health Initiative Program.
Personalized Care for Your Pregnancy
Pregnancy is a life-changing experience that’s different for every woman. And Redsea Hospital takes your maternity needs personally. From prenatal testing to lactation services, you and your newborn can expect the highest level of attention and care from our dedicated team.
Having Your Baby at Redsea Hospital
Whether your pregnancy is routine or complicated, Redsea Hospital supports you at every stage of the childbirth journey, from prenatal healthcare through labor, delivery, and caring for your newborn.
Not only do we look after our patients, expectant mothers and their newborns clinically, but we also care for their and their families’ comfort and emotional well-being. Our facilities are therefore designed to offer a warm and comfortable environment with modern amenities, and our providers engage patients with their care at all levels to ensure they are fully informed and aware of their needs.
Patient- and Family-focused Care
We understand that each patient has personal and unique concerns. This is why we encourage our patients, and those close to them, to be active participants in care, and we work with each family to meet their needs. Through each step, we clearly explain every aspect of care – discussing all appropriate options to help the patient and their family make the best decisions.
Complete Care for Ear, Nose and Throat.
We offers comprehensive treatment and care for all kinds of ENT ailments. Our Specialist will provide medicinal as well as surgical solutions to problems ranging from hearing loss and sleeping disorders to sinusitis, vertigo and voice impairments.
ENT problems can cause irritating symptoms that range from a runny nose, sneezing, fever, sore throat and coughs to severe complications such as hearing loss, and meningitis. Some of the common ENT problems are throat infection, laryngitis, sinusitis, hearing impairment, nasal bleeding, vertigo, change of voice and ringing noise in the ears. ENT physicians are doctors who specialise in medical and surgical management and treatment of patients with problems of the ear, nose, throat, and related structures of the head and neck.
Heart Attack and Emergency Response
Most heart attacks are caused by clots that form in the coronary arteries, the arteries that carry blood and oxygen to the heart muscle. “Clothes usually form in narrowed coronary arteries. Atherosclerotic plaque inside the artery wall sometimes cracks, triggering clot formation. Clots in the coronary arteries prevent the flow of blood and oxygen to the heart muscle, which causes the death of the heart cells in that area. Heart attack is a potentially fatal condition that requires immediate intervention.
One out of every five sudden deaths occurs due to a heart attack. Early diagnosis is very important in a heart attack. The loss of time for intervention not only increases the amount of heart muscle that is destroyed, but also increases the likelihood of death. “There is no compensation for the heart muscle that has been destroyed. As the only hospital has cardiac catheterisation laboratory in Mogadishu, about 80% of the patients who applied to us or were referred to us due to a heart attack in Mogadishu are late.
Preventing patients from dying from a heart attack depends on reaching a hospital with an interventional cardiology department as soon as possible from the first moment of the event. It is wrong even to expect blood results in types of heart attacks that need urgent intervention. If possible, the patient’s occluded vessel should be tried to be opened urgently by percutaneous coronary intervention.
What is percutaneous coronary intervention?
Arteries that bring clean blood to the heart muscle run on the outer surface of the heart and are called “coronary arteries”. Due to atherosclerosis disease, narrowing and occlusions may develop in the coronary arteries. This condition is called coronary artery disease in medical language. While narrowing of the arteries can simply cause chest pain, sudden blockages can lead to a heart attack. Here, the process of opening the narrowing and occlusions of the coronary arteries by entering the artery without surgery is called “percutaneous coronary intervention”. Percutaneous coronary intervention can be performed by dilating the stenotic vessel with a balloon and placing a metal skeleton called a stent.
How is percutaneous coronary intervention performed?