King Abdulaziz Medical City

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King Abdulaziz Medical City in Riyadh
Geography
Location Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Organisation
Care system Private
Funding Government hospital
Hospital type General
Affiliated university King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences
Services
Standards JCI
Emergency department Yes
Beds 1501[1]
History
Founded 1 May 1983
Links
Website http://www.ngha.med.sa
Other links List of hospitals in Saudi Arabia
Saudi twins
Saudi twins

King Abdulaziz Medical City in Riyadh was established by a royal decree in May 1983. With a bed capacity of 690 beds, it provides all types of care to all National Guard soldiers and their families, starting from primary health care up to tertiary specialized care. Today, It became a recognized center on the international level in conjoined twin separation surgery. It is the first center all over the world with 100% successful rate in twin separation surgery.[2]

Recently, King Fahad National Guard Hospital with many other medical centers has been united to be part of the King Abdulaziz Medical City. Since its inauguration in February 2001; and within a short period, KAMC has been called a distinguished healthcare provider. In September 2004 there has been an expansion of the Rehabilitation Department with both occupational and physiotherapy units along with the IVF clinic and OB in 2003, and Medical Imaging, Laboratory, Pharmacy, and continuous renovation of patients’ wards.

The facility includes Cardiac and Liver Center; 21 bed Intensive Care Unit (ICU); Dental, Ambulatory (Outpatient) Care, Long Term Care/ Rehabilitation, Emergency Care and Trauma Centers. Other adult and pediatric services provided include: Surgical and Medical wards, Obstetrics and Gynecology (Labor and Delivery, Oncology, Antenatal and Post Partum wards); Pediatric Oncology and Pediatric ICU, Neonatal ICU, Operating Rooms, Ambulatory Care Center, Home Health Care Program, VIP Wards, Royal Suite, College of Medicine and Nursing College.

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  1. ^ "Official Website". Retrieved 2018-01-01. 
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-06-16. Retrieved 2012-01-16. 

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