McKinsey reported that by 2025, demand for hospital beds in the region will be more than double, requiring almost 162,000 beds to meet this demand. Saudi Arabia is registered among the lowest number of beds, nurses and doctors per population even within the GCC.

Aside from the government plan for building healthcare facilities to respond to the current shortage, the private sector will be building a huge number of clinics and hospitals. This demand is placing a strain on the kingdom’s existing healthcare infrastructure. However, this need for increasing healthcare capacity is an exciting opportunity in the shifting landscape of healthcare in the country. The government is encouraging the participation of the private sector in the investment of healthcare capacity expansion, which is why time is more than right for companies to initiate Public Private Partnerships (PPP). That being so, no  time  has  the demand for smart planning of healthcare infrastructure been more imperative than now.


But hospitals are more than just complex buildings. From here comes the need for companies that provide state-of-the art integrated design and planning services with a mixture of localized expertise and international competencies to understand the underlying structure, and make hospitals more intelligent and more productive.

The construction of new hospitals will definitely play a pivotal role toward a healthier society, in addition to creating thousands of jobs for citizens. Thus, medical facilities construction is born from global standards, but adopted and developed by national talents.  Building this national  strength is not an additional component.  It is an absolute need and an outright goal of HDH.


Smart  equipment  and  technologies  are  naturally critical to develop a fully integrated service infrastructure. More efficient and intelligent deployment of technology and infrastructure's  integration  will  help  cut  the  ever  growing  cost of high technology healthcare.


A unified approach to the process of modernization should allow all stakeholders; from government  operators, healthcare  leaders, and  investors  to collaborate, involve and engage in the change to fulfill all community needs.




Healthcare  Development  Holding  (HDH)  Company   was   formed  in  November  2008  with  the  objective  of developing  and  providing  a  wide  range  of  healthcare  services  while  focusing  on   building   local  expertise. HDH  plans  to achieve its goals through the  strength  of  its  experienced   local   staff and  international  partners.




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