(Jordan, GCC): Abdali Medical Center, a new multi-specialty hospital is ready to open its doors to patients in July, 2019 to provide high quality, patient-centered care in the district of Abdali in Amman.
Abdali Medical Center is the first private medical institution in Jordan to deliver patient-centered care through a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach, allowing better diagnosis, evidence-based treatments and research, as well as a strong emphasis on customer service. With an exceptional clinical leadership, the hospital has formed 16 specialty centers and multiple sub-specialties led by professionals working together to achieve the best health outcomes for their patients.
Abdali Medical Center provides all services across the entire continuum of care from diagnosis, to treatment and rehabilitation, under one roof. It has Emergency services, 100 on-site clinics, 200-beds, 14 state of the art operating rooms, a comprehensive radiology department, laboratory and pathology service, 3 Cath labs and other specialty centers. It is equipped with the latest technologies in a comfortable environment. It is a solar powered facility and has on-site parking and valet service for our patients’ comfort.
Abdali Medical Center Vice Chairman, Mr. Ahmad Abu-Ghazaleh said, “Abdali Medical Center is a natural continuation of our successful work in Lebanon with Clemenceau Medical Center, affiliated with Johns Hopkins International. We are proud to have teamed up with Jordan’s top physicians to ensure excellent quality medical care. We are also adopting the latest technologies in medical equipment and IT systems to better diagnose and treat our patients, while supporting our clinicians’ research and teaching interests. Our prices are affordable and in line with other private hospitals in Jordan.”
Abdali Medical Center Chief Operations Officer, Dr. Eduard Lotz said, “At Abdali Medical Center, we have embraced our Principles of Care and strong clinical governance that directs all our work. At the core of our mission is our commitment to providing a safe and superior experience for our patients, which is our first priority. Underlying this goal is a commitment to practice multidisciplinary, evidence-based medicine; working together as a team in pursuing the best possible outcomes.”
Abdali Medical Center will have a significant contribution to the Jordanian healthcare sector. It will create over 1,200 jobs, 50% of which will be female employees. The hospital will also serve Jordan’s medical tourism industry.
About Abdali Medical Center:
Abdali Medical Centre is a new, modern, state of the art, 200-bed multi-specialty hospital with the mission to provide best practice patient centered care and promote research and education in MENA.© Press Release 2019
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