Saudi hospital build promised $267m
This article was originally published in Clinica
Saudi Arabia is to invest SR1bn ($267m) over five years to construct health centres throughout the country. The initiative aims to achieve easy access to medical care for the country's 27 million-strong population. The Ministry of Health is also planning to build a second medical city, in Jeddah, and is currently looking for a suitable location. The country's first such project, the King Abdullah Medical City in Makkah, is expected to open by the end of the year. It is reported to include "several specialist hospitals and medical institutions", according to The Saudi Gazette.
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