“Al-Jalajil”, the people of Jazan hope to end the failure of the 400 million hospital

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It was supposed to be completed in 1438 AH

The residents of the “Jazan” region have pinned their hopes on the new Minister of Health, Fahd bin Abdulrahman Al-Jalajel, to end the faltering project of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital, which began work on it about 7 years ago, with a capacity of 300 beds, and a budget of 400 million riyals. It was supposed to be completed in 1438 AH, but the project faltered.

The Jazan Health Authority blamed the contractor for the failure of the project. She explained earlier to “Previously” that it was withdrawn, and that it will not see the light before 2023 amid demands by the people to quickly complete it to relieve pressure on the region’s hospitals after it turned into abandoned buildings, noting that they hope at least to operate it next year as well. Jazan Health Promised.

In detail, Jazan Health said in a statement in 2019 that the opening date of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital would not be before 2023 as a result of the contractor’s failure, and the decision to withdraw it. It indicated that it was working on re-awarding it to another contractor, and indicated at the time that it would take 6 months to complete the procedures for public re-offering and awarding, and implementation would take place in 4 years. It is expected that the end of the project will be in 2023.

It is noteworthy that the Jazan region occupied the second rank two years ago in the number of births among the regions of Saudi Arabia after Riyadh, with more than 24,000 annual births, an average of 66 cases per day in the region’s hospitals. This confirms the need for a hospital specialized in obstetrics and gynecology to accommodate all these numbers.

The Ministry of Health revealed the withdrawal of 6 projects to establish hospitals in 5 regions in Saudi Arabia during 2018, with a bed capacity of 1,100 beds, including the Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital in Jazan, at a time when it initiated the establishment of 22 projects to establish hospitals in the 13 regions of Saudi Arabia, with a total bed capacity of 5,650 beds.
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“Al-Jalajil”, the people of Jazan hope to end the failure of the 400 million hospital

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The residents of the “Jazan” region have pinned their hopes on the new Minister of Health, Fahd bin Abdulrahman Al-Jalajel, to end the faltering project of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital, which began work on it about 7 years ago, with a capacity of 300 beds, and a budget of 400 million riyals. It was supposed to be completed in 1438 AH, but the project faltered.

The Jazan Health Authority blamed the contractor for the failure of the project. She explained earlier to “Previously” that it was withdrawn, and that it will not see the light before 2023 amid demands by the people to quickly complete it to relieve pressure on the region’s hospitals after it turned into abandoned buildings, noting that they hope at least to operate it next year as well. Jazan Health Promised.

In detail, Jazan Health said in a statement in 2019 that the opening date of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital would not be before 2023 as a result of the contractor’s failure, and the decision to withdraw it. It indicated that it was working on re-awarding it to another contractor, and indicated at the time that it would take 6 months to complete the procedures for public re-offering and awarding, and implementation would take place in 4 years. It is expected that the end of the project will be in 2023.

It is noteworthy that the Jazan region occupied the second rank two years ago in the number of births among the regions of Saudi Arabia after Riyadh, with more than 24,000 annual births, an average of 66 cases per day in the region’s hospitals. This confirms the need for a hospital specialized in obstetrics and gynecology to accommodate all these numbers.

The Ministry of Health revealed the withdrawal of 6 projects to establish hospitals in 5 regions in Saudi Arabia during 2018, with a bed capacity of 1,100 beds, including the Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital in Jazan, at a time when it initiated the establishment of 22 projects to establish hospitals in the 13 regions of Saudi Arabia, with a total bed capacity of 5,650 beds.

October 23, 2021 – Rabi’ al-Awwal 17, 1443

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It was supposed to be completed in 1438 AH

The residents of the “Jazan” region have pinned their hopes on the new Minister of Health, Fahd bin Abdulrahman Al-Jalajel, to end the faltering project of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital, which began work on it about 7 years ago, with a capacity of 300 beds, and a budget of 400 million riyals. It was supposed to be completed in 1438 AH, but the project faltered.

The Jazan Health Authority blamed the contractor for the failure of the project. She explained earlier to “Previously” that it was withdrawn, and that it will not see the light before 2023 amid demands by the people to quickly complete it to relieve pressure on the region’s hospitals after it turned into abandoned buildings, noting that they hope at least to operate it next year as well. Jazan Health Promised.

In detail, Jazan Health said in a statement in 2019 that the opening date of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital would not be before 2023 as a result of the contractor’s failure, and the decision to withdraw it. It indicated that it was working on re-awarding it to another contractor, and indicated at the time that it would take 6 months to complete the procedures for public re-offering and awarding, and implementation would take place in 4 years. It is expected that the end of the project will be in 2023.

It is noteworthy that the Jazan region occupied the second rank two years ago in the number of births among the regions of Saudi Arabia after Riyadh, with more than 24,000 annual births, an average of 66 cases per day in the region’s hospitals. This confirms the need for a hospital specialized in obstetrics and gynecology to accommodate all these numbers.

The Ministry of Health revealed the withdrawal of 6 projects to establish hospitals in 5 regions in Saudi Arabia during 2018, with a bed capacity of 1,100 beds, including the Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital in Jazan, at a time when it initiated the establishment of 22 projects to establish hospitals in the 13 regions of Saudi Arabia, with a total bed capacity of 5,650 beds.





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