Saad Specialist Hospital

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Saad Specialist Hospital
Saad Group
Geography
LocationPrince Faisal Bin Fahad Road, Al - Aqrabiyya, Eastern Region, Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Organisation
Hospital typeTeaching
Specialist
Affiliated universitySaad Training Institute
Saad College of Nursing
Services
Beds750
History
Founded1997
Links
Websitehttp://www.saadmedical.net
Other linksList of hospitals in Saudi Arabia

Saad Specialist Hospital, often abbreviated as SSH, is a private hospital in Khobar, Saudi Arabia. It is owned and operated by the Saad Group, founded in 2001 by a businessman called Maan Abdul Wahed Al-Sanea. SSH is a (JCI) accredited hospital. JCI refer to Joint Commission International Accreditation for Hospital.

Overview[edit]

Saad Specialist Hospital was founded as Saad Specialist Clinic on 1997, although their first patient was only admitted in 2001[citation needed]. It has a 600-bed capacity.[1]

Certification[edit]

Saad Specialist Hospital has received accreditation from the Joint Commission International (JCI), The Canadian Council on Health Services Accreditation (CCHSA), and The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards International (ACHSI).[2]

Saad College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences[edit]

The Saad College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences is located on the hospital grounds. It was established in a unique partnership program with the University of Ulster.

The College’s mission is to: "...be a leading academic institute for young Saudi women wishing to pursue a career in the nursing profession".[3]

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