King Abdulaziz Medical City in Jeddah, with a 751-bed capacity, provides state-of-the-art practice medical care services for the Saudi Arabian population in the Western Region. In addition to that, it promotes and advances understanding of diseases prevention amongst the people. It also initiates, interacts, and indulges in the medical base practice in the institutional, local, regional, national, and international collegial communities.
Since the medical city was founded in July 1982, it has strived to preserve excellence in the quality of patient care. It has transformed to become part of King Abdulaziz Medical City-Jeddah.
In addition, the MNGHA's Western Region's Primary Healthcare Centers provide the best preventive and treatment services and contributing to serving patients and reducing pressure on the MNGHA hospitals.
With the continuation of King Abdulaziz Medical City's approach to development and expansion, it has launched a series of developed medical projects, namely:
- Cardiology Center
- Nursing College at King Saud University for Health Sciences.
- Outpatient clinic center
- Grand expansion to all ER facilities
- Major expansion to Princess Norah bint Abdulrahman Al Faisal Oncology Center
- Founding the Bone Marrow Plantation Center
- Burns Unit