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Aman Hospital is a luxurious healthcare facility established in Doha, Qatar, and owned by Jaidah Holdings.

This new 100+ bed hospital will define the future of healthcare delivery in Qatar and the region by combining unparalleled professional expertise, cutting-edge technology, state-of-the-art equipment, service excellence, a relentless pursuit of medical innovation, and deluxe hospitality, all with a focus on patient-centered care.

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At Aman Hospital you will be cared for by highly skilled consultants, and nurses who have an in-depth practical knowledge of how to treat or prevent your heart condition in the safest way.

Through our multidisciplinary team approach, we share best practices and innovative methods, so that we can offer a fully comprehensive range of heart investigations and procedures across your entire treatment path.

Services Provided

Outpatient, inpatient and emergency cardiac consultations

Our team including the doctors, nurses, and assistants ensure that our patients are attended to with compassion, respect, and on time.

Coronary catheterization, percutaneous coronary interventions & fractional flow reserve

Coronary catheterization is how cardiologists visualize the coronaries. Our cardiologist offers this through the radial artery in the hand which permits leaving the hospital within a few hours if no other procedure is needed, and has much fewer complications especially bleeding. Should the patient turn out to have a need for stent insertion our cardiologist in agreement with the patient can perform that in the most technically advanced interventional suite in the region.
Not infrequently patients have narrowing of the heart vessels but cardiologists need a confirmation if this narrowing truly requires stent insertion or can be treated with medical therapy. Our interventional cardiologist performs coronary vessel function assessment using a technique called fractional flow reserve. During this procedure, the cardiologist measures blood pressure inside the coronary artery before and after the narrowing and calculates FFR. This saves the patient from inserting a stent unless the patient’s condition really requires it.

Heart failure management

Patients with heart failure require a team effort to perform proper diagnosis and management of reversible causes. In addition to the most up-to-date guideline-based pharmacological therapy, our team offers the needed therapies to enhance the quality of life and prevent sudden cardiac death such as intra-cardiac defibrillator insertion and tri-chamber pacemaker insertion.

Coronary Computed Angiography

A CT scan of the heart can help your doctor see narrowing in the coronary arteries in your heart vessels. Preparation for this test may require taking a medication to control your heart rate and on the day of the test an IV line is inserted for contrast administration.

Coronary calcium score

Measuring calcium deposition in the coronaries is the cornerstone of the modern practice of preventive cardiology to assess the patient’s risk of heart disease and determine subsequent therapies. It’s a simple procedure done by CT scan without insertion of IV line, no contrast and takes less than 1 minute all together.

Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging

A cardiac MRI test can help confirm that areas of the heart muscle are not well supplied with blood in addition to learning if these areas are still alive and can be saved.

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring

Measuring the blood pressure over 24 hours using ABPM permits the treating doctor to learn the patient’s blood pressure variations in the patient’s own environment. This permits confirmation of hypertension or if already diagnosed to adjust medications to ensure better results.

Ambulatory electrocardiography

People complaining of abnormal heartbeats, or loss of consciousness, or at risk of syncope undergo this prolonged observation of their electrical heart rhythm in their environment at home or work. This helps confirm a diagnosis and determine the next steps.


The ECG is a snapshot of the electrical rhythm of the heart for 5-10 heartbeats. Doctors use this to identify heart attacks, increased stress on the heart, or abnormal heartbeats. It takes less than 3 minutes to be done.

Doppler echocardiography

Using a state-of-the-art ultrasound machine we visualize the heart muscle and valves. In 45 minutes our super specialized team fully investigates the function of the heart and identifies any abnormalities.

Stress echocardiography (treadmill and dobutamine)

If your signs and symptoms occur most often during exercise, your doctor may ask you to walk on a treadmill, a stationary bike, or a pharmacologic stress test with ECG monitoring. Sometimes, an echocardiogram is also done while you do these exercises. This is called a stress echo.

Trans esophageal echocardiography

Some parts of the heart are hidden in the posterior part of the chest and can only be visualized using TEE. This ultrasound technique entails inserting a probe through the patient’s mouth down to the esophagus and seating the probe right behind the heart to see the details needed. Our team is highly skilled and qualified to perform this procedure while keeping the patient comfortable and safe.

Loop Recorders, pacemaker and defibrillator Interrogation

Patients with abnormal heartbeats or loss of consciousness from an unknown cause and require prolonged observational periods can have a loop recorder inserted to monitor their heart rhythm.
Should these patients turn out to have a cardiac cause for syncope or a life-threatening electrical condition our team is well capable of inserting pacemakers or intra-cardiac defibrillators and ensuring the appropriate follow-up. This follow-up includes reading the reported rhythm abnormalities in the inserted devices and adjusting treatments accordingly.

Diseases & Conditions Treated

Specialty Clinics

Centers Of Excellence

Meet The Doctors

Hussain Ismaeel


Mohammed Al-Hijji


Bernard Harbieh



What should I bring to my first appointment?
You will also need to have the following information with you when you check in:
  • Qatar ID / valid passport
  • Insurance card
  • Laboratory studies (in case available)
Is my insurance accepted at Aman Hospital /How much will this procedure/test cost me?

For insurance and price inquiries, please contact our call center at +974 4400 4400 between 8 am to 10 pm.

I need directions to the clinic, where do I park?

The Cardiology Clinic at Aman Hospital is located at the following address: Ground Floor, Outpatient 1, Cardiometabolic Clinic.

We recommend you allow enough time to park to ensure you arrive on time. Please plan to arrive 30 minutes prior to your appointment time. Our valet parking is here to assist you, take your car and park it safely in our underground parking.

Can my family member or friend attend my appointment?

Always feel free to bring someone with you to your appointments. A family member or friend can help ask questions, remember the information your care team gives you, and provide support.

How do I cancel or reschedule my appointment?

Please call our call center at +974 4400 4400. They are available from Saturday to Thursday from 8 am to 10 pm to help you reschedule or cancel your appointment.

Our Support Services

  • Specialized physical therapist who helps you to improve your joint pain and muscles strength, informs you on the proper ergonomic postures to prevent back pain, and customizes a targeted program that fits your health status. For any inquiry, please contact +974 4400 4400.
  • Dietary services will guide you and your family regarding healthier food choices in case of dyslipidemia, diabetes, obesity and hyperuricemia. For any inquiry, please contact +974 4400 4400.
  • Pharmaceutical services will guide you regarding your medications and/or biologic treatments: administration mode, timing, side effects, management in case of infection and address any question that may arise. For any inquiry, please contact +974 4400 4400.
  • Nursing services for patient education who will provide you with all the information about your disease and treatment and answer your questions. For any inquiry, please contact +974 4400 4400.
  • Healthcare practitioner who will coordinate all your appointments and make sure to schedule the appointments at your convenience. For any inquiry, please contact +974 4400 4400.
  • Financial team who is here to secure your insurance approvals on time and assist you with any financial inquiries. For any inquiry, please contact +974 4400 4400.

Ms. Wazne received her Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from the Lebanese American University in 2011 . She completed her Masters degree in Clinical Pharmacy from the Lebanese University. Ms. Wazne has worked at the American University of Beirut Medical Center for more than ten years. Ms. Wazne has given a variety of oral presentations to nurses, and pharmacists on local and national level . She has been certified from Harvard Medical School in Immuno-oncology and Cancer Genomics. She is an active member in the Order of Pharmacists of Lebanon. Her professional interests include medication safety and research.

Scope of practice

Sirine Abou Al Hassan is a US. registered clinical dietitian with extensive experience in nutritional management of chronic and diet-related diseases. Previously, Sirine worked as clinical dietitian specialized in obesity weight management, Child and Maternal Health and Eating Disorders. She graduated from University College London with a masters of science in Clinical Nutrition and Eating Disorders; Following on from a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics-Coordinated Program from the American University of Beirut, both with distinction

Scope of practice