Morocco: King Mohammed VI Inaugurates University Hospital in Tangier
Morocco’s King inaugurated on Friday in Tangier the Mohammed VI University Hospital Center, a new medical facility offering to the inhabitants of the Northern region comprehensive healthcare services and advanced training to nurses, doctors and phamacists.
The new medical complex has a 797-bed capacity. It is built on a 23-hectare site located near the regional oncology center, the nurse training institute and the the school of Medicine & Pharmacy.
Over $238 million has been invested by Morocco and Qatari Fund for Development in the new-generation healthcare facility with advanced technologies in pneumology, hematology, endocrinology, cardiology, neurology, nephrology, ophthalmology and nuclear medicine, intensive care, plastic surgery and burns treatment service. It also includes units for the treatment of sleep disorders, marrow transplants, obesity treatment and cardiovascular rehabilitation.
The Mohammed VI University Hospital of Tangier also includes units specialized in mother-child health, emergency medical service (SAMU), a Trauma Center, a medical imaging service, laboratories of bacteriology/microbiology, hematology, pathological anatomy and cytology, molecular genetics, and 3D printing of medical devices (LABFAB).
It also has 31 operating rooms equipped with smart and cutting-edge technology; a modern pharmacy with robotic & digital drug dispensing solutions, educational & training areas, a large conference room, a heliport, and other administrative and technical facilities.