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Saudi Ministry of Health signed SR430 Million Contracts to Develop the Hospitals

RiyadhSR430 million contracts have been signed in between the Ministry of Health and a number of international companies. Through this agreement studies, draft engineering designs and provide supervision and administration will be provided to King Abdullah Medical City in Makkah and in the Eastern Province. Due to King Abdullah, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques the ministry has specified SR16 billion for the two medical cities.

Al-Rabeah said “King Fahd Medical City in the Central Region will only serve the Central region; King Abdullah Medical City will serve the Western region exclusively; King Faisal Medical City the Southern region; Prince Muhammad Bin Abdul Aziz City the Northern region; and King Khaled Medical City the Eastern Province. These contracts will see the completion of the Kingdom’s remaining medical city projects”. Citizens won’t need to go to remote distances to receive medical treatments in presence of these cities.

Dr. Khaled Al-Shaibani, General Executive Manager of King Fahd Specialist Hospital in Dammam said “King Khaled Medical City is built on a 700,000 square meter area and has 1,500 beds consisting of a specialist ophthalmology hospital, cardiac hospital, neurosurgery and research center, and 200 outpatient clinics. The new city is completely independent from King Fahd Specialist Hospital in the region and will provide additional medical services in the region”. Dr. Hassan Bakhamees, CEO of King Abdullah Medical City in the Western region commented “The city is spread over an area of two million square meters and is located on the Makkah-Jeddah Highway”.

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