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Top Hospital Projects in the GCC

United Arab Emirates
According to investment banking advisory firm
Alpen Capital, the healthcare market in the UAE
is projected at $19.5 billion in 2020, indicating an
annual average growth of 12.7% from 2015. The
outpatient and inpatient markets are projected to
reach $12.1 billion and $7.5 billion, respectively,
in 2020. The country is likely to see a nearly 3%
annual increase in the number of hospital beds
required, presenting a demand of more than
13,800 beds by 2020.

Al Ain Hospital, Al Ain Burjeel Medical City, Gulf Medical University

Abu Dhabi Hospital, Ajman
City: Al Ain City: Abu Dhabi City: Ajman

Project Cost: $1.2 billion Project Cost: $381 million Project Cost: $163 million

Size: 347,000 sqm Size: 92,903 sqm Size: 30,000 sqm

Beds: 719 Beds: 400 Beds: 300

Abu Dhabi General Owner:  VPS Healthcare Group Owner: Thumbay Group
Services Company
Owner:  (Musanada)/ Abu Main NSCC International Main
Dhabi Health Services Contractor: Limited Thumbay Builders
Company (SEHA)
Project Consultant Society Project
Main Manager: Technology House Q1 2018
Arabtec Completion:
Project Development AMS The Gulf Medical University Hospital
Allen & Shariff
Manager: Consultant: is a part of Thumbay Group and GMC
Hospitals, and will be the largest private
Project Project
Q1 2018 Q1 2018 hospital in the Northern Emirates and
Completion: Completion:
a teaching hospital for Gulf Medical
University Ajman.
The Abu Dhabi General Services Company Burjeel Medical City, part of Mohammed
(Musanada) hospital project is located at Al Bin Zayed City, is a 92,903sqm tertiary care Constructed over 30,000 sqm, on four
Jimi in Al Ain city, and is built on a 347,000 complex on the Abu Dhabi-Dubai highway. floors, and with over 120 clinics, the
sqm plot consisting of the main hospital Burjeel Medical City is being developed by hospital will feature a special robotic
building with 719 beds. This is comprised Abu Dhabis Burjeel Hospital, part of the pharmacy, a first-of-its-kind in the region,
of 484 beds for general medicine, surgery, VPS Healthcare Group. and will have tertiary care facilities. The
paediatric and maternity ward, 67 for ICU, hospital will also have a full-fledged
142 for medical rehabilitation, and 26 for When operational, the 400-bed main radiology department with PET-CT scan,
VIP patients and royal suites. hospital, made up for four towers, will be also the first-of-its-kind in Northern
equipped with specialised departments like Emirates. The medical laboratory will be
As well as a 1,500-vehicle underground
parking facility, a logistics centre, a 60MW oncology, acute care, long-term care and connected to CABRI (Center for Advanced
primary substation, Al Ain Hospital will wellness as well as air ambulance service. Biomedical Research and Innovation)
also house the first dedicated stroke unit It will also include an advanced imaging via an unmanned chute, to offer highly
in UAE, a high-tech cardiology unit and a department, an emergency department, specialised tests and diagnostic facilities.
research & training center. endoscopy, a rehabilitation center with
prosthetics & orthotics services, outpatient Thumbay Group has plans to start three
Once completed, the hospital will be clinics and a large retail area. It will also new branch campuses of Gulf Medical
handed over to Abu Dhabi Health Services have long-term care villas, an administrative University in different parts of the world.
Company (SEHA). building and a mosque.

Top Hospital Projects in the GCC

United Arab Emirates

Mediclinic Parkview Kings College Hospital,

Hospital, Dubai Dubai
City: Dubai City: Ajman
Project Cost: $190 million Project Cost: $200 million
Size: 46,000 sqm Size: TBC
Beds: 150 Beds: 100
Owner: Mediclinic Middle East Kings College Hospital,
Ashmoe Group Plc,
Main Owner:
TBC Al Tayer Group, Dubai
Contractor: Investments PJSC
Stantec International Inc Main
Consultant: TBC
(Design & Architecture) Contractor:
Project Project
Q4 2018 Q2 2018
Completion: Completion:

Mediclinic Middle East is part of Mediclinic Kings College Hospital Dubai will be run by
International, a private hospital group with the British teaching hospital, Kings College
three operating platforms in Southern Africa Hospital London and the project is financed
(South Africa and Namibia), Switzerland as a joint venture with Al Tayer Group, Dubai
and the UAE, and a 29.9% shareholding in Investments and UK-based Ashmore Group.
Spire Healthcare, a UK-based healthcare
group with 38 hospitals. Several Kings College Hospital Clinics
are set to open in 2017 in Dubai, closely
Mediclinic Parkview hospital is similar followed by the 100-bed Kings College
in scope to its existing Mediclinic City Hospital Dubai expected to open during
Hospital in Al Garhoud. The new facility will 2018. The hospital will focus on four main
be located on Umm Suqeim Road between specialties: Paediatrics, Endocrinology,
the junctions of Al Khail Road and Sheikh Orthopaedics and Obstetrics and
Mohammed Bin Zayed Road. Gynaecology, as well as other acute and
general medical services.
Upon completion in late 2018, Mediclinic
Parkview Hospital will provide international Kings College Hospital Dubai will be
standard healthcare services to the southern located in Dubai Hills (being developed by
area of Dubai. With an initial capacity of 150 Emaar and Meraas) with a total project cost
beds and six operating theatres, the hospital estimated at c. $200 million. UK-based
will offer in-and outpatient services across Ashmore Group plc, a specialist emerging
an extensive range of medical disciplines markets investment manager listed on
and will employ 800 staff. London Stock Exchange, will act as the
investment manager for the project.
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