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The Moroccan government has started work on Ibn Sina University Hospital in Rabat, with a capacity of 1,044 beds to amplify the nation’s health offer. 

The scheme is part of a strategy to improve the Kingdom’s current health structure, including hospital infrastructure development, basic healthcare services strengthening, and improving accessibility to people.

The grand infirmary will have hemodialysis facilities, a unit for severe burns, resuscitation units, emergency care and follow-up services, a training facility, a conference center, a major cardiovascular unit, a tower (two lower levels and thirty-three floors), and more.

The future hospital covering an area of over 190,000 m2, will include outpatient services dedicated to intensive care units, intensive care units, and a hospitalization pole.

A helipad, a 1,300-space parking lot, and parks for the recuperation and relaxation of patients in convalescence will all be part of this high-tech facility’s distinctive and cutting-edge design.

The project will use state-of-the-art eco-friendly technologies (irrigation of hospital green spaces, rainwater recovery, natural ventilation, photovoltaic panels, and solar filters) to improve energy efficiency in line with Morocco’s sustainable goals.

Construction of the new hospital, which is scheduled to be completed in approximately 48 months, will integrate all of the healthcare available in the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra region, with twelve provincial and prefectural hospitals and ten university hospitals boasting of 4,433 beds (173 ICU beds, out of these, 126 will be at the Ibn Sina University Hospital).

By 2022 end, accommodation must have equaled 5,049 beds with the opening of seven hospital projects that are currently being built.

Rabat’s administrative capital will benefit from the completion of this futuristic medical center, which conforms to international requirements.

In Morocco, there has been a significant increase in the number of public and private clinics over the last decade, making it relatively easy for locals to receive care. With the coming of tourists, there is now greater potential to draw medical visitors.

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