Saudi German Hospital plans Dubai medical tower
Firm to unveil project and give sector overview at Arab Health 2013
Saudi German Hospitals has announced that it is to build a new medical tower at its facility in Dubai.
The company said that the tower will house 215 leased clinics, six specialist medical centres and an educational centre.
The announcement was made ahead of the launch of Arab Health 2013 - a four-day conference for the healthcare industry, which gets underway at Dubai International & Convention Centre today.
The company also said it would use its presence at the show provide an overview of the medical tower and other major expansion initiatives in the healthcare industry in the Middle East, whose market value has been estimated at $80bn.
Saudi German Hospital - Dubai CEO Dr. Reem Osman said: “Healthcare remains a top priority of governments in the Middle East and this is clearly reflected by the increasing healthcare expenditure in the region.
"Our participation at Arab Health 2013 will be a great opportunity to showcase the latest innovations in German medical technology and to provide an overview of future developments in healthcare.
Saudi German Hospital-Dubai currently houses 300 hospital bed within its 90,000m2, five-storey facility in the Al Barsha area of Dubai.