Our roots can be traced back to 1976 when the
hospital was founded as Daghastani Hospital, the first private hospital in the
city of Jeddah.
In 1998, after being acquired by Sheik Salah
Ahmed Idris, the hospital was renamed Al Mostaqbal Hospital (AMH).
Backed by the owner’s drive and vision to
revitalize the hospital, AMH embarked on a journey of rapid growth and
evolution that began with major renovations to its medical facility and
equipment, which enabled AMH to more than double its bed capacity from 50 to a
110 beds. This was the first step towards AMH’s mission to become a pioneer in
providing an elite and affordable secondary healthcare service.
In 2001, AMH’s new management was able to
efficiently execute a swift replacement and redevelopment of its Medical
Imaging Department; transforming it with state-of-the-art equipment that
reflect AMH’s strategy of supplementing and supporting our highly competent
medical faculty with the latest in advanced medical equipment and technology.
In 2005, AMH gained the Makkah Region Quality
Program (MRQP) accreditation. The hospital’s outstanding performance saw it
score among the top 5 out of almost 200 private hospitals in Jeddah.
As part of its continuous efforts to meet and
exceed patients’ expectations, ensure their wellbeing and increase their
satisfaction, a new Central Sterile Services Department (CSSD) and a new
Laundry Department were opened in 2006.
2012 saw AMH undergo another series of
substantially key renovations. The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) was redeveloped
and the number of its beds was doubled. A new area was built for the new
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Department. An additional new Outpatient
Department (OPD) with 9 clinics was built. Further renovations saw an increase
of 15 beds for first floor clinics, an expansion of the VIP rooms to a total of
11 rooms, an increase in size of the O.R. via a new extension, and a relocation
of the Morgue.
In 2013 AMH opened its fifth O.R. Theater, and
also added a new CT Scan room. Several wards underwent further renovations,
including the VIP ward which had its rooms transformed into VIP suites. Also,
all the restrooms in both the ground and basement floors underwent a complete
overhaul. Outside the hospital, renovations were completed at both the nursing
and family accommodation buildings.
2014 saw the completion of further renovations
to both the Catheterization Laboratory and the ER, the expansion of the ER’s
area to allow the addition of four more beds and a new shelter in front of the
ER’s entrance, the as well as a relocation of both the hospital’s Laboratory,
the offices of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Department,
and the hospital’s Storages and Warehouses to new areas. Additional
improvements included the renovating of the Main Reception area, the fourth
floor containing the Administration’s offices, the structural reinforcing of
the main building, along with additional renovations to the nurses’
In 2015 a new Chest Pain Department was
successfully unveiled, a new Nursery was opened near the Delivery Room, and the
XRay Department saw the additions of a new Digital Fluoroscope and a new
Digital Panoramic system. AMH also added a new Oxygen Tank; contributing to
increased client safety as well as a significant increase in the efficiency of