King Hussein Medical Center

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King Hussein Medical Center
(مدينة الحسين الطبية)
Royal Jordanian Medical Services
Al-Hussain Medical City.JPG
Geography
Location Wadi As seer, Amman,  Jordan
History
Founded 1973
Links
Website King Hussein Medical Center

King Hussein Medical Center (Arabic مدينة الحسين الطبية),[1] 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[edit]

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:

Accreditations[edit]

  • ISO 15189
  • Jordan Health Care Accreditation Commission (JHAC)

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