Al Mazaya Holding completes its new medical centre in Kuwait

By Catherine Sturman
Real estate company Al Mazaya Holding has announced the completion of its second medical project, Sabah Al Salem. The health clinic will be rented out t...

Real estate company Al Mazaya Holding has announced the completion of its second medical project, Sabah Al Salem. The health clinic will be rented out to leading physicians and comes after the company’s success with the Clover Centre project in Jabriya.

The project is one of the key realty projects in the medical industry in the region, according to a recent press release. Providing a number of medical specialties, the 2,000sqm centre encompass over 15 spacious floors, spanning over 12,000sqm.

Commenting on the completion of the project, Eng. Ibrahim Al Saq'abi, CEO of Al Mazaya Holding Company said, "Mazaya Sabah Al Salem project fits within Kuwait's overall development plan, which envisages the evolution of myriad infrastructure facilities and allows the private sector to participate in the developmental drive.

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“Our review of the healthcare landscape in Kuwait indicates that there is an urgent need to develop advanced healthcare centres and complexes. Accordingly, we have decided to build Sabah Al Salem facility to meet the medical needs in the country. The project hosts some of the most renowned Kuwaiti doctors and goes in harmony with the developmental process pursued by the Government of Kuwait, serving Kuwaiti nationals both inside and outside the country.

"Investing in the medical sector differs from other real estate types of investment, because medical services address needs of people, therefore, they are indispensable, and have been continuously evolved to keep up with the latest developments and changes occurring worldwide. Sabah Al Salem boasts a wide variety of specialities that meet needs of all types of customers. We plan to launch more such medical projects inside and outside Kuwait in future.”

The new build will match international standards of patient care, and will meet the growing needs of its population.

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