Saudi KAEC signs deal to build health care center

19 May 2015

(MENAFN) Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) is ready to establish its first medical center after signing a deal with the International Hospitals Construction Company (IHCC), which will build the project, Arab News reported.

The new venue is set to accommodate the rising need for a diversified health services that will be under grasps on a daily continual basis, with labs fitted with state of the art medical equipment and devices. The center will also provide obstetrics and gynecology, dermatology, pediatrics and dental clinics.

“We are proud that our company has been selected to deliver the medical center and its equipment via the turnkey system in KAEC, a city that is abundant in promising investment opportunities.” The CEO of IHCC said in a statement.

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