Fakeeh Care inks healthcare solutions deal for Dubai hospital project
Saudi-based healthcare provider Fakeeh Care has signed an agreement with Emitac Healthcare Solutions (EHS) to provide healthcare solutions to its Fakeeh University Hospital [FUH] project being developed at Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO)
Saudi-based healthcare provider Fakeeh Care has signed an agreement with Emitac Healthcare Solutions (EHS) to provide healthcare solutions to its Fakeeh University Hospital [FUH] project being developed at Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO).
The hospital and medical university project will have a capacity to provide care to 700,000 patients annually with an estimated 40,000 admissions and 20,000 surgical operations.
The project comprises of three hospital buildings with interconnecting bridges, car park and utilities block, spanning a built-up area of around 77,375 square meters over two basements and six above ground floors.
The FUH project is located in Dubai Silicon Oasis and will feature an imaging department, nuclear medicine, morgue, radiology, endoscopy and emergency units, a surgery suite and catheterization laboratory, as well as dedicated pediatrics and gynecology sections.
Dr. Mazen Fakeeh, President and Chairman of the Board of Fakeeh Care said, “We are proud to partner with Emitac Healthcare Solutions (EHS) in the co-development of project that will further expand access to quality and affordable healthcare in Dubai.
The agreement with Emitac Healthcare Solutions will facilitate medical technology solutions of the world’s best innovators in their specific segments.
In this digital era, this collaboration would help us provide to our patients with the most advanced secondary and tertiary care at DSO, Dubai’s most sought-after development that integrates technology and modern community living.”
EHS has completed major projects for Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi for Mubadala, Al Qassimi Hospital Sharjah for the Ministry of Health and Prevention and Al Amal Psychiatric Hospital in Dubai.
Ongoing major projects for the company include the King Hussein Cancer Center in Amman, Jordan.