King Fahd Medical City

King Fahd Medical City (KFMC)
مدينة الملك فهد الطبية
KFMC Main Hospital.jpg
Geography
LocationRiyadh, Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia
CoordinatesCoordinates: 24°41′15″N 46°42′19″E / 24.68750°N 46.70528°E / 24.68750; 46.70528
Organisation
FundingGovernment of Saudi Arabia
TypePublic
Services
Emergency departmentYes
History
Construction started1984
Opened2004
Links
Websitewww.kfmc.med.sa

King Fahd Medical City (KFMC) is a medical facility in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The complex consists of four hospitals: The Obstetrics & Gynecology Hospital, The Specialist Hospital, The Rehabilitation Hospital, and The Pediatric Hospital.[1] It was built at a cost of $633 million. KFMC’s yearly operating budget is estimated at $150 million.[2]

Hospitals and centers

Hospitals

  • Main Hospital
  • Children Specialized Hospital
  • Women Specialized Hospital
  • Rehabilitation Hospital

Centers

  • National Neurosciences Institute
  • King Salman Heart Centre
  • Comprehensive Cancer Center
  • Obesity, Endocrine, and Metabolism Center

KFMC Apps

iKFMC App was designed to serve patients and employees of King Fahad Medical City, in addition to serving suppliers and all members of the community. Services provided by the App vary to suit the largest segment of users and facilitate access to information quickly and effectively. The medical service allows the patient to know all about appointments and medicines, as well as lab results, radiology, diagnosis, reports and files of relatives. It also provides employees with details about their leaves, salaries, and annual evaluation.

IKFMC Apple

IKFMC Android

Tahoor is an application that helps educating patients on smart devices in Arabic and English; spreading the concept of religious culture and raising awareness about what the patient needs as for the religious and the spiritual aspects. It also provides an interactive, practical, informative and advanced service that benefits the patient and eases the process of searching for information.

Tahoor Apple

References

  1. ^ Inc, International Hospitals Recruitment. "International Hospitals Recruitment Inc". International Hospitals Recruitment Inc. Retrieved 2020-07-29.
  2. ^ Rasooldeen, Mohammed (2004-10-06). "Abdullah Opens Fahd Medical City". Arab News. Retrieved May 6, 2017.

External links

  • Official website
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