△ King Mohammed VI Launches Construction of Ibn Sina Hospital in Rabat
King Mohammed VI of Morocco inaugurated the groundbreaking ceremony of the new IBN SINA University Hospital in Rabat on May 6. The new hospital will replace the IBN SINA Medical Centre, which Morocco built and operated in 1954,and become the largest and most important national medical centre in Morocco; The new building will act as a new landmark in the future. At the same time, the Hospital aims to strengthen medical services between Rabat-Ser-Kenitra and accommodate more than 1,000 beds.
△ Marc LE CAM, Partner of AIA Life Designers, Chief Architect of the project introducing the project to the king
Mobilizing investments of more than 6 billion dirhams, this project, with a strong social impact, is part of an overall vision to strengthen the current health structure of the Kingdom. It shows that the king attaches great importance to the national medical construction, hoping to improve the basic medical services of citizens through the development of medical infrastructure and make medical resources easily accessible. The new tower will consist of a medical technology cluster and a national league dedicated to cardiovascular disease.
△ Medical Team on site
Covering an area of more than 190,000 square meters, the project including the future hospital, the land will include a hospital center, intensive care units, and emergency care room, resuscitation units, a unit to tackle serious respiratory diseases, a hemodialysis center, and technical platforms.The high-tech standard hospital will also include a helipad, a car park with a capacity of 1,300 parking spaces, and green spaces to help in patients' recovery process. The original hospital site will be transformed into a green garden, along with a new medical museum and other ancillary buildings.
The project will serve as an environmentally friendly space, with ecological design and advanced energy technologies such as solar filters, photovoltaic panels, natural ventilation system, rainwater recovery (for watering the hospital green space) to improve energy efficiency, in line with Morocco's commitment to sustainable development.
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