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There are approximately 67,000 hospital beds provided in both the government and private sectors within the Kingdom. This means that for every 1,000 people, there are only 2.2 beds available. This is dismal in comparison to other nations:
In the city of Riyadh, the number is even lower at 1.6 beds per 1,000 people; this is a critical shortage in availability. It is an absolute necessity for the private sector to increase this vital commodity. If we want to reach 5 beds per 1,000 people, we must inject in the market with over 85,000 beds as of today. This is more than all current available beds in the Kingdom, but hope is not lost. Together, the government and the private sector were able to create 14,000 beds over eight years, thanks to a surplus in the budget. This confirms that the problem is chronic and persistent.
Furthermore, while the average length of an ICU visit is about 4 days in the U.S., patients in Riyadh are usually held for 23 days. This adds even more pressure to an overburdened system. The length of the stay in the ICU, along with the shortage of beds represents a difficulty in the availability of services. By creating a long-term facility for the critical stable patients, we will free many of the ICU beds, enhance overall government hospital capacity, and provide better service for numerous patients.
AMC promises the highest quality in long-term care and services. We account for all of the patient’s medical needs, including:
With the stated goal of getting patients off of their machines and enabling them to go home, we also provide home care when needed.
All services will be provided by a multidisciplinary team. This approach allows all specialties to work with each other to constantly refine the best medical treatments required for each unique situation. We cater specifically to patients with long term chronic conditions, such as: patients with spinal cord injuries, stroke patients or those who are otherwise dependent on mechanical ventilation; who often require multiple types of care.
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