Saudi German Hospitals Group says Dammam healthcare facility to offer 300 beds and up to 100 clinics
Saudi German Hospitals Group has announced that its healthcare facility in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia is set to be completed by June.
The healthcare giant said in a statement that construction of the hospital in Dammam is now 66 percent completed.
The hospital will cover an area of 39,000 square metres, with eight operating rooms and a potential capacity of up to 300 beds and 100 clinics.
The hospital, located on King Fahd Street, West of Al Faisaliah in Dammam, will provide patients from the Eastern Province and beyond with "world-class expertise and patient care", the statement added.
Sobhi Batterjee, group president of Saudi German Hospital Group, said: “This is an important milestone for SGH Group as we continue to expand in the region to increase patient access to world-class healthcare.
"The Saudi German Hospital in Dammam is a testament to our group’s commitment to ensure that our patients across Saudi Arabia receive best in class healthcare service and expertise.
"It also reflects our ambition to continue investing and expanding across Saudi Arabia in addition to other markets from the MENA region, and the world, to improve the health and well-being of communities across the globe.”
From its inception in 1988 with a single Saudi hospital, SGH Group has expanded into the UAE, Egypt, Pakistan, Morocco and Yemen.