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Saudi Healthcare City


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Healthcare Market is growing fast. The Changing lifestyle needs new solution. This is Healthcare City Proposal. This is integrated development which has long term growth potential. It is developed for changing market needs.

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Saudi Healthcare City

  1. 1. Health Care City Al Khobar Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 1
  2. 2. Economic Overview of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia • • • • • • • Saudi Arabia has an oil-based economy Saudi Arabia possesses 25% of the world's proven petroleum reserves. Ranks as the largest exporter of petroleum, and plays a leading role in OPEC Major contributors to the economy is petroleum sector by 45%.private sector contributes about 40% Population growth is 2.5% p.a. GDP per head (PPP) is $23,680 Population forecast to rise from the present 26 million to 47 million by 2020 Life expectancy age is 76.3 years of population KHOBAR REGION • Khobar is a large city located in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the Persian Gulf. It forms part of the greater Dammam metropolitan area along with Dhahran, which together have a combined population of over one million • Khobar is closely connected to Bahrain which is about 26 KM by King Fahd Causeway 2
  3. 3. Saudi Health Care Saudi Arabia entering the Gulf's single largest healthcare market • Saudi Arabia's burgeoning population, forecast to rise and its citizens increasing affluence, which is expected to exacerbate related illnesses such as obesity, diabetes etc, will help to maintain a steady continual growth and tremendous new potential in the future in all sectors of healthcare. • • Saudi Population Growth 40 Saudi Arabia is likely to experience a sharp increase in its healthcare needs Saudi Arabia’s healthcare system is ripe for investment opportunities 47 50 In Millions • 30 26 20 10 0 2009 2020 Years 3
  4. 4. Saudi Health Care • The growing affluence of Saudi Arabia and the GCC region as a whole will mean that the healthcare systems of these nations will need both money and expertise from outside sources in order to cope with an aging, yet wellto-do population. • Private sector participation is a must for the KSA in order to cater the needs of the population 4
  5. 5. Potential of Saudi Health Care Market 70000 • Demand for hospital beds is likely to grow from 51,000 to 50000 40000 Beds 30000 70,000 • 60000 Physicians 20000 10000 Demand for physicians is likely 0 2009 2016 to rise from 40,000 to 54,000 600 and • 500 The number of hospitals is 400 300 likely to rise from 364 to 502. Hospitals 200 100 0 2009 2016 5
  6. 6. GCC Market Potential Study • The underdeveloped regions are transforming into modern economies. Infrastructure, real estate, education, and healthcare became the primary focus of these premature economies. 70,000 • A huge building mechanism was unleashed in various aspects of the economy, changing the face of the desert into a regional economical hub and a desirable tourist destination. GCC countries have per capita GDP similar to those of North American and European countries 59,920 60,000 USD 50,000 40,000 30,801 30,388 30,214 30,000 18,488 20,000 10,000 0 Top 10 Source: IMF North America European Union Regions GCC East Asia 6
  7. 7. GCC Market Potential Study • The demographic structure of the countries will also play an important role in planning for the healthcare system’s capacity in the future. • Currently, the GCC countries’ healthcare systems lag behind in capacity and quality compared to other countries with similar GDP per capita. • As the population grows in number and age, the need for appropriate healthcare in terms of both capacity and quality offered is becoming greater. • In order to match the healthcare market of the GCC countries to their peer’s levels, additional investment and spending is needed from both private and public sectors. Population Growth 1985- 2005 33 35 28 30 28 26 Population 25 20 24 21 16 16 15 17 18 population % 10 5 0 1985 1990 1995 Years 2000 2005 7
  8. 8. GCC Market Potential StudyProspects • The most important factor that is expected to make a difference in the GCC countries’ healthcare markets is the new health insurance law, which has already been implemented in Saudi Arabia, and is expected to be introduced soon in the UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, and Bahrain. This law is considered to be the cornerstone of a modern healthcare system in the GCC. • The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has the largest healthcare market in the GCC region. new law will make it mandatory for employers to provide health insurance for their expatriate employees 8
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  15. 15. Health Care City Concept • This is integrated solution of high end healthcare needs of the KSA Healthcare city will consists of • Diabetic Specialty Care Hospital • Pediatric Specialty Hospital • Maternity Home • Poly Clinic • Specialized Medical Laboratory • Tele Medicine and Virtual Care • Healthcare Education and Training 15
  16. 16. Health Care City Concept • Diabetic Specialty Clinic – This is biggest disease of GCC. – No specialized care facilities are available in KSA. – This is lifetime disease and there patient has to live with it once he has it. – As time passes complications increases and needs more care. 16
  17. 17. Health Care City Concept Diabetic Specialty Care Hospital • As per research about 18.4% of the population in KSA will be diabetic by 2025 at present it is 16.7% • Diet program and other exercise centre for diabetic patients are a part of the speciality care hospital • Diabetes have been a common disease in KSA, blood sampling and lot of research and analysis is being done in this aspect which leads to study the cases and educate the medical professionals to reduce the effects of it on the coming generations 17
  18. 18. Health Care City Concept Paediatric Specialty Hospital • As the population is growing at a faster pace in KSA there will be lot more children as well which require medical support and treatment. The present Saudi healthcare has not been so effective in rendering these services • The private sector entering this very segment will fill in the gap of paediatrics special care which may also serve the pre birth stage cases as well • As per a finding 30% of population in GCC is below 15 years of age which serves as a vast market for the Paediatric speciality hospital. 18
  19. 19. Health Care City Concept Maternity Care • The population growth in KSA has been about 114% in the past 30 years since 1980. the growth rate is far higher than any other GCC member • Mother’s care has been looked as a very high priority and care area. The masses require very delicate care of there offspring for which they prefer private sector hospital and are also willing to pay in the premium for the services • Population growth factor has key impact on the maternity care and its access to full facilities based hospitals • KSA at present does not have high end maternity care centres • Maternity care will be a key attraction for the health care city 19
  20. 20. Health Care City Concept Polyclinics • • Polyclinic services acts as base to cater large number of patients The service here will be like – Outpatient Medical Care – Women's Health – Children's Care – Opportunistic Screening – Ancillary Services – Patient Health Education 20
  21. 21. Polyclinic Patient Flowchart 21
  22. 22. Healthcare City Concept Laboratories • Laboratories are the key drivers for the healthcare city as every disease verification needs undergo a laboratory test in order to diagnosis it further • The need for high tech savvy laboratories has a great potential as many medical test are send out of KSA and GCC which can now be done at the laboratories at healthcare city • Test for various types of diseases and deficiency can be taken care of directly at the local level rather than sending abroad. 22
  23. 23. Healthcare City Concept Virtual Care • Just as technology is transforming the practice of medicine and the experiences of patients, it is also changing the way tomorrow’s doctors, nurses and other health-care professionals are being trained • Patient simulation systems create a virtual hospital environment using sophisticated software, video graphics and life-size mannequins that allow students and trained professionals to practice new procedures, respond to real-life patient scenarios, and hone their skills • Robotics based surgery giving higher accuracy rate • Innovations in the operating room 23
  24. 24. Healthcare City Concept Telemedicine • It is rendering of medical facilities from one end to the other on over the telecommunication medium • Involving access across to wide spread expertise from different location leads to providing real time diagnosis and treatment • Low cost services • Specialist and primary care consultations • Imaging services • Remote patient monitoring • Remote medical education and consumer information 24
  25. 25. WHY A Health Care CITY • Health Care City Concept is solution to many wide spread gap in the medical industry • Close integration of patient to cure at One Stop location. • Serving a wider sector of the society • Logistically making it viable for service providers • Offering multiple medical facilities in one location • Educating and Training medical professional along with real time on the job training • Healthcare city will serve a large number of patient base in the Saudi Arabia market along with the GCC patients as well • Promotes medical tourism and leisure tourism at the same time • Bring in the best expertise from around the world • Trend is shift from government to private sector on medical treatment • People are willing to pay for the services from there high disposal able income • Higher returns on investment as medical services does not have effect of changing financial market dynamics 25
  26. 26. Strategic Partners for Growth and Development ZADI Venture Advisor 26