Policy Purpose & Scope

  • Provide an Open Data source that enables our Users to obtain all the requested data (freely with transparency), and ensure that the data available for sharing while preserving the right of use and publication for the Emirates Health Services.

  • Encourage users to provide feedbacks and suggestions that would enable the open data department to function better.

  • The Open Digital Data policy applies to all digital data displayed on the Emirates Health Services (EHS) website.

​Policy statement


  • Open Data can be used, reused, and republished by any individual, legal or governmental entity.

  • The content of the data shall not be altered or modified in any form.

  • Users shall refer to EHS as the data source with the name of the file and published date to maintain the EHS as the owner of the data and the credibility of its source.

  • The EHS is not responsible for any direct or indirect damages that could arise from using or sharing EHS open data. The legal liability (both criminal and civil) rests upon the user of such data.

  • The data shall not be used against the values or traditions of the United Arab of Emirates, nor it shall be used for any political purposes or to support any legal or illegal activities that would have any negative impact on United Arab Emirates or the EHS in any way.

  • The EHS does not guarantee the continued provision of this data or any part of it. The EHS, also, does not assume any responsibilities towards the data users and the damages or losses that might affect the data due to its reuse.


  • The submitted data shall not be used for political purposes, to support illegal activity in an illegal and / or misleading manner, or to have a negative impact on the name, reputation, or position of the EHS.

  • The EHS shall be referred to as the data source along with the file name and publication date.

​The user shall have the right to:

  • Resubmit, copy, restate and share information.

  • Make use of the information for all purposes of health and non-health statistics.

  • Allow the use of available data for statistical and benchmarking purposes.

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