Ibn Sina National College for Medical Studies

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Ibn Sina National College for Medical Studies
كلية إبن سينا الأهلية للعلوم الطبية
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Established 1980
Type Private
Dean Dr. Rashad Hassan Kashgari
Location Jeddah, Makkah, Saudi Arabia
Coordinates: 21°26′47″N 39°12′29″E / 21.44639°N 39.20806°E / 21.44639; 39.20806

Ibn Sina National College for Medical Studies (Arabic: كلية ابن سينا الأهلية للعلوم الطبية) is the First private medical college of higher education under the supervision of the Ministry of higher Education, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Ibn Sina National College for Medical Studies is being promoted by Al-Jedani Group of Hospitals, KSA. It is located in the southern part of the historic city Jeddah, on the red sea coast. This college aims to: Establish an appropriate scientific atmosphere for teaching and learning Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy. Keep up with international standards of education programs utilizing the most up-to-date curricula for Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy. Play a major role in providing society with highly qualified physicians and pharmacists. To avoid the potential risk of studying aboard.

Ibn Sina National College for Medical Studies is being promoted by Al-Jedani Group of Hospitals, KSA. It is located in the southern part of the historic city Jeddah, on the red sea coast..[1]

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