Project Details

Security Forces Medical Centre

Project Name Security Forces Medical Centre
Location Riyadh, Jeddah
No. of DRGS 6000 A0 drawings
Client Arcadis/ WSP
Construction Cost USD 7 Bn
STATUS Under construction.
Surface area 2.5 million square meters each

The Ministry of Interior (MOI) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is putting effort into a complete healthcare system renewal, the Security Force Medical Center (SFMC) Project, the largest medical investment in the Gulf Cooperation Council ***(GCC) area, costing $7 billion. This activity is gone for giving best in class social insurance administrations to four million Saudis speaking to the MOI's workers and their families, beginning from the development of two wide therapeutic urban communities, in the capital Riyadh and in Jeddah, together updating the whole Kingdom Healthcare structure, with a patient-driven vision. These medical cities are part of a plan to provide integrated medical services across the country, including patient transfer from other hospitals. This is a vast project comprising three hospitals at the heart of the facility, comprised of:

• The main hospital (1,068 beds)
• The women’s and children’s hospital (500 beds)
• The Hospital of Hope (100 beds)
• 2,750 housing units, including villas, as well as family and single-occupancy housing for staff
• Utility buildings* that will ensure self-sufficiency in the case of unforeseen external conditions.