By Sam Bridge
Dammam healthcare facilities is SGH Group's 11th hospital in the region and is part of its plan to expand in the Gulf kingdom
Saudi German Hospitals (SGH) Group has announced the opening of its first hospital in Dammam in Saudi Arabia's Eastern Province.
The new facility is SGH Group’s 11th hospital in the region and is part of its plan to expand in the Gulf kingdom.
Makarem Sobhi Batterjee, president, SGH Group, said: “We are proud to announce the opening of our first hospital in the Eastern Province, which affirms our commitment to reach to every patient in Saudi Arabia.
"We aim to provide patients with easy access to premium international healthcare close to home, so that they do not need to travel abroad for medical care.”
He added: “This newly-opened Saudi German Hospital in Dammam is part of a much bigger project, the Batterjee Medical City. It will include a medical college, housing and specialty hospitals where the highest medical services will be provided. This is of course in line with the developments of the healthcare sector as part of the Saudi Vision 2030.”
The new hospital has a capacity of 300 beds.