King Abdullah Medical City


The King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC) is a new major healthcare development to be built for the Arabian Gulf University (AGU) in the Southern Governorate of the Kingdom of Bahrain.

The development aims to become a benchmark for excellence in healthcare and education in the Gulf Region. The Medical City will be a multiple phased, mixed use development, comprising an Academic Medical Centre, an innovative teaching hospital built in 2 phases, a state of the art Medical University Campus with Research and Conference Facilities, on-site accommodation for both staff and students and other communal facilities to create a self-sustained campus.

The design concept was to create a supportive environment for healing and learning. Phase 1 the Academic Medical Centre will offer 269 inpatient beds, 12 Birthing rooms and 11 operating theatres as well as high quality diagnostic and treatment services in four primary specialties; medicine, surgery, women’s and children’s healthcare. The completion of the development will see the capacity of the hospital increased to over 500 beds, with an academic school, a research facility, medical hotel, rehabilitation hospital and on-site accommodation for students and staff.