King Abdullah to inaugurate KAMC in Makkah

Published 26 Nov 2009
Share the article
King Abdullah to inaugurate KAMC in Makkah
Mina - The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah,  is scheduled to patronize the inaugural function of the King Abdullah Medical City (KAMC) in Makkah and Mina’s Al-Wadi Hospital on Saturday.
The hospitals have been designed to serve Makkah’s residents and Hajj and Umrah pilgrims all year long, according to Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, the Minister of Health.
According to Saudi Press Agency, Dr. Al-Rabeeah said King Abdullah’s attendance reflects the keenness of the judicious leadership to provide quality medical services to citizens and pilgrims.
“The giant King Abdullah Medical City (KAMC) is the third referral specialist medical city in the country after King Fahd Medical City and King Fahd Specialist Hospital in Dammam” said Dr. Al-Rabeeah.
He said the area of the KAMC is 800,000 square meters. It was constructed with the National Project for Comprehensive Health Care, through which the ministry of Health aims to provide high quality medical services which will fulfill the aspirations and ambitions of the leadership. It is set to meet all the requirements of citizens.
He said the accommodation capacity of the five-story building is 1500 beds, of which 500 beds have been allotted to the specialist referral hospital. He pointed out that the hospital covers all rare specializations.

Last Modified Date: 10/02/2013 - 4:11 PM Saudi Arabia Time


Welcome to our search page

What are you looking for?