JEDDAH — Bait Al-Batterjee Medical Company has announced the launch of the group’s newest project, the Batterjee Healthcare City project in Makkah.
The project will be established on 58,000 sq. meters of land at a strategic location in the holy city with a total investment of SR1.5 billion, said Sobhi Batterjee, chairman of the group.
He said phase one of the projects consists of a medical college with a capacity for 2000 students, offering degree programs in medicine and other disciplines such as clinical pharmacy, physical therapy, respiratory therapy, health management and administration, and nursing. There will also be staff accommodation to serve the needs of the various institutions within the healthcare city.
The Medical City will have a world class hospital with 400 beds. The project will be offered to the Middle East Healthcare Company (Saudi German Hospital) to build, own and operate as a tertiary care hospital under the SGH brand. More info