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Abdul Hadi Hospital to undergo expansion
By JT - Dec 14,2016 - Last updated at Dec 14,2016
AMMAN — Abdul Hadi Hospital director general has recently signed an agreement for a project to expand the hospital’s facilities at an estimated cost of JD40 million, according to a hospital statement released on Wednesday. The expansion includes a 110 bed capacity.
The project will be eco friendly, adopting “green technology” and advanced medical equipment. The expansion will add new operating and ICU rooms, besides cardiac catheterization, MRI and dialysis units. The project is going to provide 500 job opportunities for Jordanians and is going to include a training centre for the hospital’s human resources, according to a hospital statement.
Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour visited Al Bashir Hospital on Monday and reviewed the facility’s ongoing expansion project.
Health Minister Ali Hiasat on Saturday issued directives to expand the intensive care unit (ICU) at Prince Hamzah Hospital’s cardiology department, and to appoint medical cadres to the recently inaugurated daily cases unit at the cardiac catheterisation department to start receiving patients.
AMMAN — The Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) is providing a JD142 million grant to the Royal Medical Services to expand and increase th
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