The hospital will provide exceptional medical care for 14,000 residents and visitors
The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC), the developer behind the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism project, recently awarded the operations contract for a major new hospital to the Steward Alf Global Healthcare Company, a joint venture (JV) between Alf Healthcare, the health care arm of Saudi-based Alfanar, a renowned developer and operator of large-scale PPP projects, and leading international healthcare provider Steward Health Care International.
The Coastal Village Hospital, located in The Red Sea Project’s Coastal Village area, will provide world-class healthcare to the community of 14,000 people working in and around the 1.5mn sqm waterfront site.
“With the Coastal Village Hospital at its centre, we can ensure an exceptional quality of life for our residents,” stated John Pagano, CEO, The Red Sea Development Company.
The hospital will offer primary and secondary care to residents of the Coastal Village and later to visitors of The Red Sea Project, including emergency care, family medicine, radiology, clinical support, women’s health, and pharmacy services.
“We will work at pace with TRSDC to plan and deliver a truly world-class standard of primary and secondary care, focusing on expanding long-term employment opportunities for local residents,” noted Sabah Al-Mutlaq, Vice Chairman, Alfanar.
“The Coastal Village Hospital will offer exemplary healthcare facilities and well-being care to the community unmatched in the region,” observed Engr. Amer Alajmi, Executive Vice President, Alfanar. “The Red Sea project cements Steward International’s position as an ambitious, forward-facing company and a leader in global health care,” remarked Dr Armin Ernst, President and CEO, Steward Health Care International.