King Hussein Medical Center
|King Hussein Medical Center
(مدينة الحسين الطبية)
|Royal Jordanian Medical Services|
|Location||Wadi As seer, Amman, Jordan|
|Website||King Hussein Medical Center|
King Hussein Medical Center (Arabic مدينة الحسين الطبية), is a medical compound of five hospitals situated in Amman, Jordan. The center is affiliated to the major Jordanian royal medical services hospitals; also known as JRMS. JRMS has a wide network of hospitals distributed in different provinces across the kingdom of Jordan. And The king Hussein medical center is a major part of JRMS.
Facilities in the medical compound
The king Hussein medical city or center has five hospitals with a capacity of more than 900 beds and it also includes reference center for laboratory studies on the regional level, the hospitals are as follow:
- Al-Hussein Hospital: established in 1973, one of the busiest hospitals in Jordan with an annual admission rate of 25,000 patients
- Royal Rehabilitation Center: established in 1983, capacity of 150 beds
- Queen Alia Heart Institute: established in 1983, has a capacity of 170 beds
- Princess Iman Center for Research and Laboratory Sciences: a reference center for the laboratory investigations, founded in 2001. It received the first place in the accuracy of test results for diagnosis of thalassemia among 155 global laboratory quality control programs for the global laboratory testing in 2009.
- Prince Hussein Center for Urology and Organ Transplant: founded in 2000, has a capacity of 73 beds
- Queen Rania Pediatric Hospital: newly established and treats all kinds of pediatric disorders including cancer of all kinds.
- ISO 15189
- Jordan Health Care Accreditation Commission (JHAC)