Jordan Hospital, located in Amman, Jordan is a leading provider of accredited and certified health care and offers one of the world's most advanced healthcare systems. As a leader in excellent health care, Jordan has a long history of cutting edge technologies and procedures. The first kidney transplant was performed in 1972, the first heart transplant was performed in 1985 and living liver transplant in 2004.
Jordan Hospital is one of the largest in the region, offering a 300-bed hospital enveloping multiple specialties and advanced medical services in:
Jordan Hospital is a JCI accredited facility compliant with ISQua (International Society for quality in Health Care) standards and is ISO 9002-2000 certified.
Jordan Hospital owns the distinction of being the primary medical center of North Africa and the Middle East and provides the largest number of qualified consultant positions in a variety of medical specialties, most having been trained in Europe, Britain, or the United States. Utilizing the highest in medical technology techniques and equipment, Jordan Hospital is dedicated to providing comprehensive care by board certified physicians.
"Jordan Hospital also offers a variety of specialized therapeutic units," says Dr. Imad Alhaddad, specializing in cardiac and vascular surgery and certified by the American Board of internal medicine, nuclear cardiology and in internal medicine and cardiology by the Jordanian Medical board. "Our intensive care unit, emergency department, nuclear medicine, respiratory and radiology departments utilize the latest in technological equipment and techniques."
Physicians and surgeons at Jordan Hospital hold a variety of appointments and certification, including:
Partnerships with George Washington University Medical Center enables staff, physicians and surgeons around the globe to partner and consult, providing superlative expertise and care in a number of medical disciplines. Surgeons and physicians at Jordan Hospital have been trained in excellent universities and facilities around the globe, including:
Northwestern University in the United States
Among many other highly respected, world renowned an accredited hospital facilities around the world.
"Jordon Hospital's commitment to excellence is obvious in their qualifications, awards, certification and reputation," says Pramod Goel, CEO and Founder of PlacidWay, an international medical provider based in Denver, Colorado. "We are extremely proud and pleased to partner with Jordan Hospital's highly qualified staff in providing quality and affordable medical care to international patients."
Traveling to Jordan for Medical Care
U.S. travelers pay one-tenth the cost of surgeries performed in their homeland, while Europeans save at least one-third on costs. Medical travelers from around the world, including the near Middle East, Britain, and the United States visit Jordan every year to enjoy the benefits of state-of-the-art and technologically advanced private hospitals, clinics and outpatient facilities. While in Jordan, medical travelers also benefit from the wealth of things to do and see throughout the country.
Fertile valleys found in the northwest portion of the country beckon to travelers who desire to view the country's sacred Jordan River. Other more hospitable areas offer visitors numerous sightseeing opportunities, such as the Great Rift Valley, the Fertile Crescent and the Gulf of Aqaba.