BURJEEL HOSPITAL TO OPEN NEW FACILITY IN AL KHUWAYR NEXT YEAR

MUSCAT: Burjeel Hospital announced the opening of its new healthcare facility in Al Khuwayr early next year.

Part of internationally recognised Burjeel Hospital headquartered in Abu Dhabi, UAE, the new facility will include clinical teams from prominent hospitals and universities from North America, Europe, and other continents.

The announcement was made at a press conference at The Chedi Muscat on Monday. The premiere seven-star healthcare facility will provide world-class medical treatment and services. It will have all core medical, paramedical, and support services by well-trained, accredited and skilled professionals.

“The new medical facility, Burjeel Hospital – Al Khuwayr, Muscat, will benefit the community on many levels, providing people access to state-of-the-art clinical facilities and quality healthcare by a team of reputed medical professionals from across the world. “The hospital will raise the standards of medical care in the region,” said Dr Charles F Stanford, senior director, VPS Healthcare.

Burjeel Hospital is part of VPS Healthcare, an integrated healthcare provider with a network of hospitals, chain of medical centres pharmaceutical manufacturing, and pharmacies across the MENA region.

Clancey Po, CEO, Burjeel Hospital, said, “There is a growing demand for quality healthcare in Oman. Burjeel as a healthcare brand is set to expand its reach as we open more hospitals and medical centres in the country and in the region. “Our fast-growing network is a genuine manifestation of Burjeel’s commitment to extend ‘the art of healing’ in every country in the MENA region.”

This 74-bed hospital will include 31 consultation rooms. The hospital’s pre and post-operative rooms, Triage Centre, emergency room, labour and delivery suites, ICU, NICU, Cath Lab, MRI, CT Scan, laboratory, and pharmacy will be equipped conforming to the highest clinical standards.

The facility will also provide a large parking area with complimentary valet service. The medical hub will house centres of excellence and clinics such as obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, ophthalmology, cardiology, rheumatology, gastroenterology, urology, psychiatry and neurology, dermatology and cosmetology, ENT, sleep medicine, endocrinology, internal medicine, family medicine, dentistry, general surgery and plastic surgery.