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New Ibn Sina Hospital Construction Project in Morocco Inaugurated

Project for the construction of the new 1,000 beds+ Ibn Sina hospital in Rabat which is seen as a futuristic project that will strengthen the Kingdom of Morocco’s health service was recently inaugurated in a ceremony graced by His Majesty King Mohammed VI.

This socially beneficial project, which has a budget of over 6 billion dirhams, is part of a larger plan to reinforce the Kingdom’s existing health infrastructure. It reflects the sovereign’s specific interest in the health sector, as evidenced by the construction of hospital infrastructure, the enhancement of basic health services, and their greater accessibility to residents.

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The new Ibn Sina hospital construction also attests to the central role that the Sovereign designates for human resource education in this important sector, as well as the King’s determination to provide them with quality training that is in accordance with international standards in terms of treatment, prevention, management, and health governance.

It is said that the proposed hospital will enable greater complementarity in the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra Region’s health map, at the same time giving back to the Ibn Sina hospital, which was built in 1954, to its historical role as a skills incubator and medical research facility.

What will be contained in the new Ibn Sina hospital

The architecture, healthcare quality, and integration of new technologies will all be modern in this next-generation care facility, which will be built on an area of 11.4 acres. It is expected to have a hospitalization structure containing 33 storeys with two lower levels, a five medico-technical pole, an 11-storey tower designated for the National League Against Cardiovascular Diseases, a Conference Center, a Training Center, and a centre for internship.

It is said that the current hospital will be developed into green spaces and gardens, as well as a medical museum and other annexes.

The 48-month project will consolidate the healthcare service in the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra Region, which currently has 10 university hospitals and 12 provincial and prefectural hospitals with a total capacity of 4,433 beds.

With the completion of seven hospital projects, its capacity should reach 5,049 beds by the end of 2022.

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