The Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital (ADFH) is the first public institution in the United Arab Emirates providing comprehensive veterinary health care services exclusively for falcons.
Established by Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi and opened on 3rd of October, 1999, Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital has become the largest falcon hospital in the UAE and in the world with a patient influx of more than 110,000 patients since its opening.
Yearly around 11,000 falcons are received for examinations and treatment.
Since its inception, the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital has emerged as one of the most reputed falcon hospitals in the Gulf region and as the largest falcon hospital in the world and leading center for falcon medicine world-wide.
Over the years, the ADFH has established a loyal and a wide patient-base not just in the UAE, but also in countries like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain.
From being established as a purely veterinary facility, the ADFH has expanded in the fields of education and awareness, training and research.
Due to the huge demand for providing our experience to other avian species, we have opened the falcon hospital became a fully-fledged specialized avian hospital for all kinds of birds and poultry species in 2006.
For its excellent tourism program, service quality and business prestige, ADFH has been awarded many awards and recognition from Europe and USA.
The high standard of professionalism of all ADFH staff and the customer-oriented, extensive experience in different fields aims at enhancing customer satisfaction to the highest level.
The Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital strives to be the outstanding service provider in those different business sectors in Abu Dhabi.
With the launch of our comprehensive range of e-services and e-payment portal, our valued ADFH customers now have the opportunity to book directly through our website for pet boarding, pet clinic appointments, internships and tourist visits. For more information or bookings, please go to the respective sections available on our website.
According to en.wikipedia