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Saudi German Hospitals Group is considered the largest private Healthcare provider in the MENA region (Middle East & North Africa).

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About Us

Who We Are

SAUDI GERMAN HOSPITALS

Saudi German Hospitals Group is the largest private Healthcare provider in the MENA region (Middle East & North Africa) established in 1988. The group is a multi-functional Healthcare company which is considered a Healthcare developer and not just an operator. It constructs its own hospitals and operates them in cooperation with numerous International institutions. SGH Group establishes a new hospital every year, with 10 hospitals and 12 upcoming projects in different development stages, it is widely expanding with a growing rate of 16% per year.
SGH-Cairo is the first hospital of the group located in Africa; it is one of the major tertiary care hospitals in Cairo and Egypt. With the capacity of around 300 beds, SGH Cairo offers a wide range of medical services including all kinds of specialties, sub-specialties, and critical cares and management of complicated cases, with the highest international standards.
It is a state-of-the-art hospital which introduces world-class quality healthcare; with its expert physicians and staff, and its patient-centered approach, SGH has become the home of trust and the preferred destination for healthcare services in the region, attracting customers from inside and outside Egypt.

Saudi German Hospitals Group

History

The first hospital established by SGH group started its operations in 1988 in Jeddah, KSA thus bringing contemporary German healthcare standards to the door step of the local community. After establishing a strong reputation for its quality of care and scientific management SGH expanded to other areas of Saudi Arabia. There were large numbers of patients from Saudi Arabia going to Germany for quality medical treatment. These patients and their families found difficulties to identify right centers for their condition and also huge cultural and logistic difficulties. The Batterjee family therefore decided to establish their first hospital in Jeddah through its strategic relationship with well-known German universities.