Two New Medical Cities worth SR 2 Billion in Planning Stages in Saudi Arabia

Dr. Sulaiman Al Habib Medical Center

Over SR2 billion is going to be invested in the creation of two private medical cities by the Doctor Sulaiman Al-Habib Medical Group.

The first city will be situated in north Riyadh and will have 500 beds and will cost SR1.5 billion. The second medical city will cost SR 800 million and will be equipped with 410 beds in Alkhobar in the Eastern Province.

Next month will see the opening of outpatient clinics of King Abdullah Medical City in Bahrain. The Group is scheduled to inaugurate a new 255-bed hospital. The group is able to provide many varied services for their investors, including planning, designing, supervising and managing hospital projects. The Group is on of the largest engineering offices which work on medical projects, including supervising and managing them, in the region.

The chairman of the Al-Habib Medical Group, Naser bin Mohammad Al-Haqbani that over the past four years the group has developed over 1 million square meters of office space in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf. They are running 11 of the 14 enterprises which they designed and developed.

Al-Haqbani said: "The Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Group seeks to make its mark in the health care sector according to the standards set by international health organizations and authorities such as the JCI and the American Institute of Architects."