The National Center for Privatization in Saudi Arabia has included Umm Al-Qura University Hospital in the list of projects available to investors in the education sector. In preparation for its official launch on the platform designated for this.
The university hospital is among the projects of the university’s strategic plan 2027, located within the infrastructure development program. It covers an area of 88,000 square meters and has a capacity of 400 beds. Which makes it an enabling hospital for excellence in medical education, specialized scientific research, and provision of health care services to the local community and pilgrims, visitors, and Umrah performers.
Umm Al-Qura University Hospital is distinguished by its geographical location and proximity to the holy sites. Which makes it an additional value with the participation of specialists from the faculty members and students of the health faculties at the university.
This April, the National Center for Privatization in Saudi Arabia, in cooperation with the sectors targeted for privatization, published a series of privatization projects consisting of 200 approved projects in a number of sectors targeted for privatization.
This aims to provide an opportunity for local and international investors to get acquainted with the privatization projects in the Kingdom and their nature before a sufficient period of their official offering to the market, which enhances the capabilities of investors in advance preparation and good preparation, and ensures the efficiency of offering projects and their outputs.
The Minister of Finance, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Center for Privatization, Muhammad bin Abdullah Al-Jadaan, affirmed that the publication of these projects represents promising opportunities for local and international investors within the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, which is concerned with enhancing investment in the national economy and providing attractive investment opportunities for the private sector and increasing its contribution to the GDP, in addition to To continue publishing projects, which enhances the value of partnership between the public and private sectors, and contributes to attracting new international investments, calling at the same time on the local private sector to take advantage of the announced opportunities.