Alameda Healthcare was established in 1999 by Professor Salah Khater (FRCS) and is owned and headed by Dr. Fahad Salah Khater.
Alameda Healthcare’s network includes four tertiary care hospitals in Cairo, two of which are currently being constructed.
Once the facilities are fully commissioned Alameda Healthcare will have a capacity of 890 beds.
The network also includes facilities in Kuwait & London, outpatient clinics, diagnostic centers, specialist centres, pharmacies, and a rehabilitation center.
Alameda Healthcare Pillars of Distinction
Alameda’s value proposition is based on five pillars of distinction that characterise Alameda’s services. These five areas cover the key requirements for providing the community with state of the art healthcare services with the highest standards of quality and ethics. The pillars are: Service, People, Community, Quality and Development.
Alameda Healthcare’s growth plans by 2020 include:
- Increasing the capacity to 3,000 beds through organic growth, partnerships and acquisitions in Egypt, the Middle East, and Africa.
- Expanding the current specialty offering and introducing new healthcare services including IVF treatment, cosmetic surgery, dentistry, long-term care, and home care.
- Establishing medical and nursing colleges to address the increasing need for qualified medical and nursing staff.
- Launching new healthcare support services including medical waste management, laundry & catering, and healthcare focused facility management services.