Oman to build five new hospitals

June 12, 2014 1:35 am

Oman’s health ministry has signed agreements with a consultancy firm for designing and construction of five new hospitals across the sultanate, Muscat Daily has reported. The planned hospitals will be built in the wilayat of Suwaiq in North Batinah, Khasab in Musandam, Al Najat in North Batinah, Samail in Dakhliyah and Al Falah in the South Sharqiyah governorate, it said. All the hospitals will have general internal medicine, surgery, paediatric, eye, dental and orthopaedic clinics, accident and emergency departments, a maternity ward with waiting room, a primary checkup room, evaluation and resuscitation rooms, anaesthesia, ultrasound and others, and dialysis units, isolation rooms and a burns ward.