The construction of Mahout Hospital in Al Wusta Governorate, Oman, has begun according to the Ministry of Health. This comes barely a year since the Tender Board gave the health project approval back in 2022 during its fourth meeting.
Developed on 200,000 square meters of land, the project involves the development, completion, and maintenance of a 54-bed general hospital. The hospital will feature an accident and emergency department, medical laboratories as well as outpatient clinics.
In addition, there will be a maternity room, an operating room, and an entire radiology department. Moreover, the Mahout Hospital in Al Wusta will feature a service building, internal wards, and an intensive care unit alongside a premature infant care unit.
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Its floor plan has been designed with a focus on comfortably isolating pre-and post-surgical patient groups. This will allow surgeons and support staff efficient access to all patients. Furthermore, the design of the medical suite strives to carefully coordinate patient types each with a unique set of needs as well as expectations.
Expectations for the Mahout Hospital in Al Wusta, Oman
The implementation of the OMR 13 million project is expected to take approximately 30 months. Upon completion, the facility will serve 1,708 residents and citizens especially, those from the Wilayat as well as neighboring villages.
The construction of the Mahout Hospital in Al Wusta comes following the launch of the construction of 11 brand-new hospitals. The hospital’s construction was launched by Oman’s Ministry of Health within the first quarter of 2023.
The hospitals were launched in a bid to keep pace with the nation’s demands for the health sector. Furthermore, the initiative strives to cater to Oman’s changing demographic through the creation of high-quality regional health hubs.