Ashgal completes main works of Umm Al Seneem Health Center as part of the government plan to develop health services in the state.
10 November 2021, 12:00 AM
30 November 2021, 12:00 AM
Qatar Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has completed main works of Umm Al Seneem Health Center, implemented by Building Projects Department to serve about 600 patients per day through 40 various medical clinics.
Umm Al Seneem Health Center is situated on an area of 27,600 square meters and it includes a main building of two levels covering all clinics, besides some annex buildings such as Masjid, support services building, guards building, supervisory workers room, MEP maintenance center, ambulance garage and provision of 297 parking slots.
Engineer Amal Al Sulaiti from Buildings Projects Department at Ashghal confirmed that Ashghal has accomplished the main works of Umm Al Seneem Health Centre, which sits in a key residential area to serve around 600 patients per day, to be added to the list of health buildings completed by Ashghal in 2021 such as Al Khor Health Centre and South Al Wakra Health Centre.
It is worth to mention that health facility projects occupy a major chunk of building projects implemented by the Public Works Authority (Ashghal) in cooperation and coordination with health care sector entities represented by the Ministry of Public Health.
Notably, the primary health care sector has recently witnessed major developments through opening of several modern health centres, first of its kind in Qatar in terms of the development of services provided and its vast construction areas to accommodate large numbers of patients and visitors, and thus delivering quality improved medical services to patients.