New Hospital Set to Open in Dammam

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Sarah Peddie

The Saudi German Hospitals (SGH) Group is set to open up its sixth hospital in Saudi Arabia as it has received the final license from the Saudi Health Ministry.

The Saudi German Hospital in Dammam is set to open its doors next month and will start to receive patients from the first day of February.

It is one of the smaller hospitals run by the company with 150 beds. However, it is a multi-specialty care hospital and provides 100 outpatient clinics.

Construction of the hospital and installation of medical equipment was finished in June last year.

The group was first established in 1988, when the first hospital in Jeddah was built. From then on Saudi German Hospitals have been expanding across Saudi Arabia. There are hospitals in Aseer, Riyadh, Madinah, Hail, Jeddah and Dammam.

SGH is one of the largest and most well known healthcare providers in the Kingdom. The group owns and operates a network of hospitals with state-of-the-art clinics in the Middle East and North Africa.  

It has strong connections with German University hospitals which brings in advanced German healthcare standards and expertise into the community. 

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