Cleveland Clinic is a 23 acre facility with five clinical floors, three diagnostic and treatment levels and 13 floors of critical and acute inpatient units. The 409,234 sq. m. hospital has 364 luxury patient beds, with the option to increase that level to 490, including 72 ICU beds, 4 post anesthesia care units (PACU) and 26 operating rooms. Having 175 doctors and 1,500 nurses and other health professionals, the hospital currently has more than 30 medical and surgical specialties and is designed to operate five different specialist centers of excellence covering digestive disease, eye, heart and vascular disorders, neurological treatment, and respiratory and critical care. In addition, there is a central utilities building, a car park for 3,000 cars below the podium, together with all infrastructure and external works.
This 364 (expandable to 490) bed facility is a unique and unparalleled extension of US-based Cleveland Clinic Model of Care, providing direct access to the world’s best healthcare, reducing the need for patients in the region to travel abroad for treatment. It is currently one of the largest and the most expensive healthcare facility in the Middle East.