It is in close vicinity of a large beach resort development, the Yas
Island parks, and Abu Dhabi International Airport. In 2014, HAAD(Health Authority of Abu Dhabi) released the Healthcare Sector Strategic Plan, which aims to identify
and address the capacity gaps in Abu Dhabi's healthcare delivery system and as per the plan estimates, the city will require an additional, 2,200 hospital beds, 4,800 doctors
and 13,000 nurses by the year 2022. This translates into the need for 20 new medium-to-large hospitals and 23 new clinics. In terms of the specialties requiring attention,
significant capacity goes to intensive and critical care medicine, emergency care, neonatology, paediatrics, oncology, orthopaedics, rehabilitation and psychiatry.
At present, Abu Dhabi hosts over 40 hospitals including the western region facilities, out of which 12 are government hospitals with 2,659 beds. Private hospitals
represent approximately 1,000 beds or 30% of the market, the majority of private facilities are small. These facts make this project viable, sustainable and a great investment opportunity.
The overall clinical strategy for the hospital is the provision of high quality core services expected of a major general
hospital, whilst also filling some of the specialty gaps that currently exist in the private sector in Abu Dhabi.