Saudi Arabia completes 1,100-bed medical complex in Jeddah
- Saudi Arabia: Thursday, January 10 - 2013 at 01:51
Saudi health minister Dr Abdullah Al-Rabeeah has announced the completion of the King Abdullah Medical Complex in Jeddah, Arab News has reported. The complex has a total capacity of 1,100 beds located in an area of 266,000 sq m and has a specialised hospital with a capacity of 500 beds located in an area of 75,000 sq m. It will also include a 50-bed intensive care unit, 20 incubators for new-borns and 16 beds to treat patients admitted for burns. Other facilities will include a centre for neurological sciences and a specialised fertility centre, eight operating theatres, two departments for cardiac catheterisation, and 45 outpatient clinics in all disciplines of the hospital.
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