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The presence of His Excellency the Minister of Health, the President of the Board of Directors General of King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabiah signed by His Excellency Dr. Qasim towns Supervisor Executive to King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center on Saturday at a hospital construction contract for King Abdullah of tumors and diseases of the liver in the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Riyadh, with a giant national companies, at a cost estimated at 906 million rials and a capacity of 300 beds.
The center consists of 21 floors and its implementation for up to approximately 900 days, is expected to be an important tributary of the center to accommodate cases of tumors in the Kingdom and the speed of early detection.
It is worth mentioning that the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Riyadh signed with consulting firms American designs create new health facilities in July 2008 and a cost of 96 million riyals, it was most notably King Abdullah of tumors and diseases of the liver, and private suite, and the building of Emergency Medicine, Family area is estimated at about 32 thousand square meters.



http://www.alriyadh.com/2010/11/05/article574636.html



 

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the title of this thread is just plain wrong !
it should be something like : the King Abdullah center for tumors and liver disease . and not the current one, which attributes the tumors and liver disease to the King and not to the center .
 

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the title of this thread is just plain wrong !
it should be something like : the King Abdullah center for tumors and liver disease . and not the current one, which attributes the tumors and liver disease to the King and not to the center .
100 % right ,, I try to change it after i did the thread ,, but I couldnt ,, :eek:hno:

Sorry for that
 

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الثلاثاء القادم .. وضع حجر الأساس لمشروع الملك عبدالله للأورام وأمراض الكبد بالرياض

يرعى خادم الحرمين الشريفين الملك عبد الله بن عبد العزيز - حفظه الله - الثلاثاء المقبل حفل وضع حجر الأساس لمشروع الملك عبد الله للأورام وأمراض الكبد في مستشفى الملك فيصل التخصصي ومركز الأبحاث في الرياض بسعة 300 سرير. أوضح ذلك الدكتور عبد الله بن عبد العزيز الربيعة، وزير الصحة رئيس مجلس إدارة المؤسسة العامة لمستشفى الملك فيصل التخصصي ومركز الأبحاث. ورفع الدكتور الربيعة بهذه المناسبة أسمى آيات الشكر والعرفان لخادم الحرمين الشريفين لهذه اللفتة الكريمة، مثمنا ما تحظى به الخدمات الصحية في بلادنا الغالية من دعم سخي واهتمام كبير من لدن القيادة الرشيدة - وفقها الله-. وأوضح وزير الصحة، أن هذه الرعاية الكريمة تجسد حرص ولاة الأمر - حفظهم الله - على توفير الرعاية الصحية للمواطنين الكرام والحفاظ على صحتهم وسلامتهم من خلال إقامة المراكز المتخصصة التي تقدم خدمات صحية ذات جودة عالية. وأبان الربيعة أن هذا المركز متكامل ومتقدم لتشخيص وعلاج أمراض السرطان وقد بدأ العمل فيه بالفعل، مؤكدا أنه سيسهم - بإذن الله - في الارتقاء بمستوى الخدمات الصحية وإحداث نقلة نوعية متميزة بما يحقق تطلعات ولاة الأمر - حفظهم الله - ويلبي احتياجات المواطنين الصحية لمثل هذه المراكز المتخصصة​


Sponsor custodian of two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz-God-Tuesday a groundbreaking ceremony for King Abdullah tumors and liver disease at King Faisal specialist hospital and Research Center in Riyadh with a capacity of 300 beds. Explained that Dr. Abdullah Al rabeeah, Minister of health of the public institution to King Faisal specialist hospital and Research Center. And Dr. Al rabeeah occasion our thanks and gratitude to the custodian for this generous gesture, exerted by the health services in our country dear generous support and attention from our leadership-under God. The Minister of health, these precious care embodies concern without God-save them — to provide health care for citizens honored and maintain their health and safety by establishing specialized centres which provide high-quality health services. At the Center integrated rabiah and advanced diagnosis and treatment of cancer and has already begun, he will-God-in upgrading of health services and exclusive quality shift in expectations otherwise it-save them God-and health needs of the citizens of such specialized centres​
 

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hey am looking forward to watching this project being built as i work there so will be great to watch it going up.
 

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King to lay foundation stone of cancer center today
AHMAD AL-HUDHAIFI & MUHAMMAD DAWOUD

RIYADH/JEDDAH: King Abdullah, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, on Tuesday will lay the foundation stone of a 300-bed cancer facility named King Abdullah Center for Tumors and Liver Diseases at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Riyadh, said Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeah, Minister of Health and Chairman of the King Faisal Hospital Board of Directors.
He said the advanced center will diagnose and treat cancer patients and result in a huge improvement in healthcare services.
The SR906 million project will have 21 floors and will be similar to advanced international centers. Spread over 23,183 square meters, the facility will have a capacity of 206 beds for tumor patients, 32 for intensive care, and 43 for liver disease patients.
It will also have eight hospitalization sections and 22 units for one-day surgeries.
Dr. Qasim Al-Qasabi, Executive Supervisor General of the hospital, said the center will have a radiology-treatment section with the latest equipment, 18 outpatient clinics for tumors, 18 clinics for bone marrow transplants and blood diseases, 14 clinics for liver diseases, and 12 surgery clinics and other clinics for different specialties. The center will also involve medical backup services including physical therapy, dentistry, blood bank and laboratories.
The center will have power provided by an advanced generation plant to be constructed on an area of 677 square meters, he added. Other facilities to be established include a medical waste-treatment building and parking lots.
He said the center will help to deal with the increasing numbers of tumor patients in the Kingdom. The Saudi National Record 2006 statistics showed there were 11,040 such patients in the country. This is likely to increase to 21,000 in 2020 given the current population growth rate.
Until 2009 the current hospital (King Faisal Specialist Hospital) dealt with about 67,108 cases, carried out 57,037 chemical treatment sessions, 191,139 radiation treatment sessions, and 2,269 stem-cell transplants, he said.
Meanwhile, Dr. Hadir Mustafa Mir, Director of the Tumors Section at King Abdul Aziz Hospital in Jeddah, said that more specialized doctors and centers are needed to treat the increasing number of cancer patients in the country.
He said this was particularly needed for some types of the disease, such as breast cancer and leukemia. He said that there is a 15 percent annual increase in such cases.
He said more centers must be built across the country to spare patients the inconvenience of traveling for treatment.
Dr. Iman Hashim Baroom, head of the Central Coordination Unit for the Early Detection of Breast Cancer Program in Jeddah, said more centers are needed, especially for children, with social and psychological services.
She said there was a lack of studies and research that was specific to Arab countries.
– Okaz/Saudi Gazette
 

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New Riyadh center big boost for treatment of liver, tumor

Health Minister Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah laid the foundation stone for King Abdullah Center For Tumor and Liver Diseases at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Riyadh on Tuesday. The minister also launched a new expansion of an accelerated nuclear department at the Hospital's Research Center and inaugurated the Hospital's electronic health services, which is in its second phase.

Speaking on the occasion, Al-Rabeeah said: “We are thankful to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah for having magnanimously agreed to call the new facility after his name.”

The proposed facility is part of an integrated strategy to treat tumors and liver diseases.”

The center would cost SR906 million and will have 300 beds to serve citizens and residents in the Kingdom.

“Under the directive of the king, we will set up five more medical cities which would include separate center for oncology,” the minister said.

Under the King's patronage, the minister said the Kingdom's health sector witnessed the graduation of 568 students in various specialties in medicine and health.

The contract for the construction of the proposed center was signed with a local company in the presence of the health minister on June 4.

The center consists of 21 floors and will be built on an estimated area of about 32,000 sq. meters. It is likely to be completed within 900 days.

The contracted company would commence work immediately, the minister said. He indicated that the new facility would greatly reduce the number of patients going abroad for such treatment and it would also reduce time and cost of treatment.

“We hope to install the state-of-the-art medical equipment that are available in the US and Europe at the new center,” the minister said.

The KFSH current tumor center receives nearly 3,000 cancer patients annually, a number that is expected to increase to 14,000 by 2020.

He said the new facility would help patients with tumor and liver problems to be treated by qualified professionals with modern medical equipment with the right professionals.

He pointed out that health services in specialized services to treat tumor and liver diseases are rare.
 

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أنا سعيد جدا لهذا المشروع الانسانى
بالتوفيق للقائمين على هذا المشروع من أجل سلامة المواطنين
 
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