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Hospitals in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Al-Hada Armed Forces Hospital - Taif
Al-Hada Hospital, opened in 1980, is a modern, acute care facility with 368 beds located ten miles Northwest of Taif. Extensive medical and nursing services are offered including open-heart surgery and kidney transplant. The hospital provides the latest state of the art care in the renal medicine (dialysis), burn care, general intensive care and coronary care, obstetrics & gynaecology, neonatal intensive care, paediatrics; orthopaedics and various medical and surgical specialities.
The medical staff includes over 160 physicians, the majority of which are western educated and board certified with a resident staff of 25.
The nursing staff employs about 140 western nurses and an additional staff (about 250) of RNS, LPNs and aids under the direction of a strong nursing administrative staff. Ancillary services include comprehensive laboratory therapy, physical therapy and pharmacy.
King Fahad Medical City (KFMC)
King Fahed Medical City is located in Riyadh
The City is considered one of the largest health care facilities in the region and houses state of the art modern facilities in the following hospitals:
Peadiatric Hospital: 246 beds capacity
Maternity Hospital: 236 beds capacity
General Hospital : 460 beds capacity
Rehabilitation Hospital: 150 beds capacity
Security Forces Hospital (SFH)
Security Forces Hospital (SFH) is one of the leading Health Care Providers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Founded back in 1984 with the primary focus to provide health care services to the employees of the Ministry of Interior. Its mission is to provide high quality health care service to all employees of the Ministry of Interior while promoting health care education, research, and the development of Saudi health care manpower, and optimizing the use of available resources.
Security Forces Hospital with its advanced facilities, medical, clinical, and ancillary systems, including primary care clinics, specialty care clinics, and 500 beds inpatient facility combined with an integrated surgical facility and highly trained medical and other staff with various specialties are the key ingredient to the delivery of high quality patient care provided by the Security Forces Hospital Program.
National Guard Health Affairs - NGHA
National Guard Health Affairs (NGHA) is a large health organisation providing modern medical care to National Guard employees and their dependents, as well as to Saudi Nationals with tertiary health problems. Under the umbrella of NGHA , there are four hospitals and sixty primary and secondary health centers around the Kingdom.
The four hospitals have expanded over the last few years to become major medical cities; namely King Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC) in Riyadh, King Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC) in Jeddah, King Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC) in Dammam (properly known as the Imam AbdulRahman Al-Faisal Hospital) and King Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC) in Al Ahsa.
The four medical cities provide an extremely high standard of medical services including international Paediatric Surgery, Open-Heart Surgery, Oncology Center, Organ Transplantation, Laparascopic Surgery, Trauma Surgery, and many high-calibre tertiary and quaternary medical specialties. A recent project completion sees a new, 3,200-square-metre E.R unit including a trauma section, an adult clinic, a paediatric clinic, and an Obs/Gynae clinic.
Employee accommodations are adjacent to the hospital and are equipped with excellent recreational facilities, including an Olympic-sized swimming pool, tennis courts, movie theatre, gymnasium, and weight rooms.