Construction of the Saudi German Hospital (SGH) in Dammam, Saudi Arabia has finished.
The hospital provider, Middle East Healthcare Company added that the installation of medical and other equipment had also been completed.
The hospital’s opening date will be announced following approval from Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health.
The facility was built by International Hospital Construction Company under a R336m ($90m) deal. The project was partly funded by seven-year R200 million Murabaha agreement that Saudi German signed with Samba Financial Group at the end of July last year. It is guaranteed by a promissory note from the company.
The 150-bed multi specialty tertiary care hospital is the Middle East Healthcare Company’s sixth hospital in Saudi Arabia.
The Saudi German Hospital Group established its first hospital in Jeddah in 1988 and continued to expand to other areas across Saudi Arabia. The group currently operates hospitals in Aseer, Riyadh, Madinah, Hail, Jeddah and soon Dammam.