Medical Centres in the GCC

Rapidly growing populations and per capita incomes, rising life expectancies, a high incidence of lifestyle-related diseases, and ambitious medical infrastructure projects are driving health care industry growth in the Middle East’s Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

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The GCC has over the recent yeas developed state of the art health infrastructures as well as the human resources that man them.  Deloitte report gives an up to date and as comprehensive a picture of the prevailing situation titled

“2015 health care outlook Middle East”.

Some figure are proposed below :

  • Saudi Arabia Estimated health care expenditure: $35.9 billion in 2013
  • Health care as a share of GDP: 4.8 percent in 20131
  • United Arab Emirates (UAE) Estimated health care expenditure: $14.0 billion in 2013
  • Health care as a share of GDP: 3.5 percent in 20132

Rapidly growing populations and per capita incomes, rising life expectancies, a high incidence of lifestyle-related diseases, and ambitious medical infrastructure projects are driving health care industry growth in the Middle East’s Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Yet, even though the region is making appreciable progress in its efforts to improve health care access and quality, pressure on available capacity is increasing and closing the wide gap between current and targeted states remains a top challenge in 2015.   Please read on the original 2015 health care outlook Middle East .

 

 

 

King Khalid in Riyadh
King Khalid in Riyadh
Al Jaber in Kuwait
Al Jaber in Kuwait
Al jaber in Kuwait
Al jaber in Kuwait
Al Zahra
Al Zahra
Al Jahra in Kuwait
Al Jahra in Kuwait
Al Mafraq in Kuwait
Al Mafraq in Kuwait
Hamad bin Khalifa in Bahrain
Hamad bin Khalifa in Bahrain
Inter Medical City in Oman
Inter Medical City in Oman
King Abdullah SCF Med Complex in Saudi Arabia
King Abdullah SCF Med Complex in Saudi Arabia
Sidra Medical Centre in Qatar
Sidra Medical Centre in Qatar

 

King Abdullah in Riyadh
King Abdullah in Riyadh
King Fahd in Riyadh
King Fahd in Riyadh
king Khalid in Riyadh
king Khalid in Riyadh

 

National Diabetes in Riyadh
National Diabetes in Riyadh
New Hospital in Abu Dhabi
New Hospital in Abu Dhabi
New Hospital in Dubai
New Hospital in Dubai
New Hospital in Dubai
New Hospital in Dubai
New Hospital in Dubai
New Hospital in Dubai
New Hospital in Dubai
New Hospital in Dubai
New Project
New Project of Health and Wellness Centre

 

 

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