Thumbay Group Is Ready To Open UAE’s First Metaverse Hospital

Thumbay Group Is Ready To Open UAE's First Metaverse Hospital

The Thumbay Group will set up the UAE’s first hospital in the metaverse. The hospital is providing virtual reality and augmented reality headgear so that patients can see their houses. 

The first Metaverse customer support office opened in Dubai. The Thumbay Group, which offers healthcare services, would establish the United Arab Emirates’ first hospital in the metaverse.

They have already started creating it, and by October of this year, they hope to have it ready for release. The president and creator of Thumbay Group claim that this would be a fully working virtual hospital where patients may visit and communicate with doctors using avatars.

Moideen disclosed that they would provide patients with the chance to view the hospital as it appears in the metaverse if they visit Thumbay healthcare in order to cater to the expanding medical tourism business.

The Thumbay Group is providing bedridden or paralysed long-term care patients with augmented reality and virtual reality technologies. These patients must have spent at least six months in the hospital.

Sri Lankan national who, despite being disabled as a result of a car accident, has been staying with them for a long period. The man’s sensory motions have stopped, but his brain is still in motion.

It is the goal of this facility to effortlessly meet clients’ needs in three-dimensional spaces. Providing customers with an interactive, fully immersive digital sensory experience throughout.

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Patients have the choice to swiftly enter the world of MetaHealth and engage in genuine conversation with a representative from the customer service centre, an experience they really must try.

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