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Saudi German Hospital Ajman will be the group's third healthcare facility in the UAE.

The Saudi German Hospitals Group (SGH) has announced that operations will soon commence at its Dhs300 million healthcare facility in Ajman.

The tertiary-care speciality and sub-speciality facility will be the biggest hospital in Ajman, spanning over 41,062 square meters and with 200 beds. It is designed to cater to the growing population across all Northern emirates, through a wide range of medical services.

With 46 OPD clinics and over 20 specialities, Saudi German Hospital Ajman, will be the group's third healthcare facility in the UAE, and 10th across the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region.

Dr Reem Osman, CEO of Saudi German Hospitals Group - UAE, said: "Everyone is entitled to proper healthcare and at SGH we are committed to providing superior quality services to our patients, their families and community as a whole. Saudi German Group has a very well-thought out expansion programme to reach out to maximum number of patients in the UAE and the new state-of-the-art facility in Ajman is part of the plan."

She added: "With two hospitals successfully running in Dubai and Sharjah, we aim to simulate the same international standards in SGH-Ajman that we have adopted in our other facilities. Moreover, the emirate is strategically positioned in close proximity to all the other emirates, which allows SGH-Ajman to treat patients from across the UAE."

Designed with a futuristic view, SGH Ajman can grow in all directions, both vertically and horizontally. The hospital will offer a wide range of medical services including all kinds of specialities, sub-specialities and critical care units of highest international standards. Sub-speciality facilities include an ICU, CCU, NICU, Open Heart, Oncology, Neurosurgery, ENT, Maxillo-facial surgery, Obs/Gyn and IVF centers, Laparoscopic and Laser surgeries, among others.

"Our aim is not just to provide healthcare through our hospitals, but to have a significant role in providing the UAE health sector with scientifically qualified and highly efficient medical staff. The hospital is the first phase of our expansion; in the second phase, we plan to build centres of excellence, medical colleges and staff accommodation, among other features. Together they will make up the Batterjee Medical City, work for which has already begun in Dubai. These, and many such features will be the legacy of the Saudi German Hospitals Group strengthening its footprint in the UAE and the Mena region," noted Dr Osman.