Our Hospitals

Our hospitals are distinguished models of health care service providers with a complete line of medical services.

Mouwasat Hospital Madinah

Mouwasat Hospital in Madinah is located on the Airport Road. The distinguished facility is constructed on an area of 18,120 square meters, the campus contains the main hospital building, staff accommodation and Mouwasat Pharmacy.

The acute medical surgical facility contains 125 beds, distributed in single and double bedded rooms, and executive suits. The 34 outpatient clinics cover all specialties. The hospital has an Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), operation theatre that is equipped to receive all surgeries, endoscopy unit and a world-class Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy Center.

The Emergency, the Radiology, the laboratory Departments and the Pharmacy works round the clock to serve the community and pilgrim. The Laboratory and Radiology Departments at Mouwasat Hospital Madinah are equipped with the latest technologies, to facilitate the diagnosis and to support the patient management plans, their services are extended to healthcare facilities in the local community.    

The hospital is accredited by the Saudi Board for Accreditation of Healthcare Facilities (CBAHI) since 2014, the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) since 2014 and the American College of Radiologists (ACR) for the radiology services since 2016.


The Medical Specialties provided are:


The hospital provides its services to a wide base clients, including Saudi Arabian Basic Industries Company (SABIC) staff and their families, and King Fahad Glorious Quran Printing Complex, in addition to the insurance companies licensed by the Cooperative Health Insurance Council (CHIC), the Public Institution for Social Insurance, Saudi Arabian Airlines and Saudi Electricity company (SCECO).

Contact us: 
Tele. +966 14 842 2211
Ext. 1035 - 1002 - 3124 - 1322
Fax. +966 14 842 3420
Appointments 920004477
P.O.Box 7380 Al-Madinah Al Munawara 41462
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