|19 January, 2020

Saudi German Hospital to start operations in Dammam next month

The hospital with a capacity of 150 beds, will start receiving patients from February 1

Image used for illustrative purpose. Empty hospital suit room.

Image used for illustrative purpose. Empty hospital suit room.

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Middle East Healthcare Company has received the final license from the Saudi ministry of health to operate its Saudi German Hospital in Dammam.

The hospital with a capacity of 150 beds, will start receiving patients from February 1, 2020, it said in a bourse statement.

“All the required tests related to the medical systems construction systems availability of all required medical and administrative staff has been done to enable actual operation of the hospital to begin,” the statement said.

The company said that it has borne all the expenses before the operation and will continue to bear all the expected expenses after operation commences.

In June last year, the developer announced that it had completed the construction of Saudi German Hospital in Dammam.

(Writing by Nada Al Rifai; editing by Seban Scaria)

(nada.rifai@refinitiv.com)

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