The largest ever private hospital to operate in the Middle East and North Africa region has been unveiled in Dubai with an infrastructure that covers more than 100,000 square metres of space.
The Saudi German Hospital - Dubai opened its doors to the patients with a soft opening phase. The launch is part of the group’s plan to establish 30 new healthcare facilities across the region, creating over 50,000 jobs by the year 2015, say officials.
Sobhi Batterjee, President and CEO of Saudi German Hospitals Group, claimed, “The Saudi German Hospitals Group is considered the largest collections of private medical care in the Middle East and North Africa.”
“We have chosen Dubai for the new project because of its phenomenal achievements in the medical industry and also its impeccable reputation as a prestigious hub attracting some of the world’s best talent.”
“The new facility in Dubai is considered as the group’s launching pad for a new level of operations since the prestigious destinations is a promising market for great investment opportunities. The group also strives to complete its 23-year practice process by instituting five medical colleges by the year 2020,” he added.