Quality healthcare is the need of an increasing population of the world. In the quest for excellence, Nita Polyclinic & Diagnostic Center, provides comprehensive healthcare facilities of the highest quality. The focus of NITA’s care is on health promotion and disease prevention an early and accurate diagnosis.
We believe in team work and we have expert and experienced team from different field of study that will facilitate the quality assurance and control of pre-employment medical fitness examination/tests to be performed at our institution. Our expert team comprises the expertise from Medical Department, Clinical Laboratory, Radiology and other advance services.About Us
NITA takes pride in providing one-stop medical facilities and healthcare services for you and your family. You can always trust us with your wellbeing as we are committed to provide the highest standards of medical care. Our doctors and nurses are dedicated to serving your needs, whether you have a minor or major ailment.
We have a stringent quality assurance process and we utilise advanced fully automated equipment to ensure that your results are accurate – always.
A High Resolution Premium Ultrasound System is one of the most advanced ultrasound platforms in the world which delivers exceptional image quality 2D/3D and 4D ultrasound.
We focus on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and irregularities involving the teeth, gums and other tissues of the mouth.
Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession dedicated to working with people to identify and maximize their ability to move and function throughout their lifespan.
Urinary tract infection is the commonest bacterial infection affecting females. They are always at risk of infections caused by various microorganisms.
"Many elderly people are suffering from the anxiety disorder which manifests as a deep fear of public spaces."
Although infants and young children (younger than 5 years of age) can get meningococcal meningitis most often, in many countries there is a second peak of the disease at 15-24 years of age.