Medical Tourism in Jordan
Ranked first in the Middle East and fifth in the world, Jordan is on the fast track to the top in the field of healthcare. Medical tourism in Jordan has received heavy investments for hospitals and staff, and the country is working hard to attain its goal of a billion dollars in revenue for the ministry of health by 2010.
Our Registered Hospitals
Istishari Hospital is a leading hospital and a trendsetter in the Jordanian healthcare sector due to its focus and quality and excellence. Employees, patients, and families will experience the uniqueness of our hospital as soon as they enter through the door. a leader in innovation, comprehensive, and state of the art medical care in Jordan. We are committed to improving the health of our communities by delivering the best healthcare possible in a compassionate environment through education, research, and a dedication to our mission of patient based care. Al Istishari Hospital vision is to impact medical care through a culture that encompasses the whole patient experience guided by a pledge of superior quality, ongoing growth, and continuous self improvement to make a difference in patient care.
Since the establishment of Arab Medical Center “AMC” in 1994, the Arab Medical Center has positioned itself among the top medical destinations and one of the leading referral hospitals for local, regional, and international patients. AMC differentiates it’s self by a modern state of the art medical complex located in the heart of the capital, Amman. AMC’s patients are accommodated by highly qualified and experienced physicians and staff. We pride ourselves with upholding the patient’s health as our first priority and that patient’s excellent experience presides over every medical decision and procedure. The center has achieved a distinguished level of medical services and renowned upscale hospitality services. The convenient location of the hospital at the Fifth Circle in Jabal Amman, makes for easy accessibility to both local and expatriate patients. AMC is in close proximity to many of the iconic places in Amman such as the Prime Ministry; various embassies; Royal Jordanian Airline Headquarters; the Abdali project; and the top international hotels including the Four Seasons, Sheraton, Fairmont, St. Regis, and the Bristol. Consisting of 150 beds, the Arab Medical Center provides a full range of medical and surgical services covering all specialties. The Emergency Department has dedicated rooms for pediatric cases and those with communicable diseases. The department treats an average of 200 patients per day. Physicians are on call covering all sub-specialties 24/7. Major surgical services that are performed at AMC include: neurosurgery; orthopedic surgery; endoscopy; ophthalmology; cardiovascular; and general surgery. The Surgical Department consists of 8 theaters and is supported by 12 Intensive Care Unit beds and 8 Coronary Care Unit beds. There are two fully equipped cardiac catheterization labs as part of the facility. The Endoscopy Unit has three rooms to fulfill the needs of patients undergoing diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Physicians refer their patients to the Arab Medical Center to take advantage of the ultramodern facilities and advanced diagnostic and interventional medical imaging equipment available in the Radiology and Imaging Department. There are many clinics affiliated within the surrounding geographical area offering numerous medical specialties and services. Some of the clinics affiliated with AMC include: cardiovascular; brain and nerve disorders; cancer and blood disorders; bone and joint diseases; obesity and diabetes; and eye diseases. All departments and units work diligently to offer compassionate and quality care for every patient, every time, delivering sustainable services and improving quality of care and improved patient health. Arab Medical Center is governed by seven Board of Directors who are highly committed and with various educational backgrounds and experiences.
Bearing the name of His Majesty the late King Hussein of Jordan, the King Hussein Cancer Center (KHCC) was established in 2001, to provide the most advanced cancer care to every Jordanian and every Arab. Following 16 remarkable years, KHCC shines as the only stand-alone, comprehensive, internationally accredited cancer center in the Middle East. Treating approximately 4,000 new cancer cases each year, KHCC has become a lifeline for thousands of cancer patients seeking cancer-care from across the Kingdom and the region. As global and regional cancer rates continue to rise, the King Hussein Cancer Foundation and Center embarked on a major expansion project in an effort to ensure that no one will be denied treatment due to lack of space. These newly-constructed facilities will more than double KHCC’s existing capacity while introducing the most advanced and much-needed technology in oncology treatment. The Center Rooms: Double Bed (Double occupancy Bed Room) Single Bed (Single occupancy Bed Room) Palliative (Single occupancy Bed Room in the palliative Floor) Iodine (Single occupancy isolated Bed Room in the Fourth Floor) Isolation (Single occupancy Bed Room) Royal Suite (Single occupancy suit in 5th floor/ Nizar Naqeeb Building) VIP Suite (Single occupancy suit in 5th floor/ Nizar Naqeeb Building) VIP Room (Single occupancy bedroom in 5th floor- Nizar Naqeeb Building &amp;amp; 8th Floor King Salman Building) ICU Pediatric (Single occupancy Bed Room in the 5th Floor / King Salman Building) ICU Adult (Single occupancy Bed Room in the 2nd Floor/ Nizar Naqeeb Building) Intermediate Care Unit (Single occupancy Bed Room in the 5th Floor / Nizar Naqeeb Building) BMT (Single occupancy Bed Room in the 4th Floor / Nizar Naqeeb Building)