Saudi German Hospitals Group is the Number one Healthcare brand with the largest footfall in Middle East and North Africa. Saudi German Hospitals (SGH) is promoted by Batterjee family, under the name Bait Al Batterjee Medical Co. and started its first hospital in 1988 in Jeddah. The Group is now the leading provider of healthcare services in MENA with in-house knowledge and facility under one roof to develop and operate world-class hospitals.
Currently the group is having ten hospitals in Jeddah, Aseer, Riyadh Madinah, Hail – Saudi Arabia, Sana’a- Yemen, Cario – Egypt and Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman – UAE. Various medical cities and hospital projects are under various stages of completion that include Egypt, UAE, KSA, Morroco etc
Group’s vision is to be the Regional Healthcare Provider through the largest network of hospitals, delivering excellence in quality of care to patients and creating value for all stake holders.
Mission of the Group is ‘To provide quality healthcare in all specialties with highest level of ethical standards and personalized care to achieve superior medical outcome and patient satisfaction’
SGH Group said that the Group is inspired by the verse from the Holy Quran “ومن احياها فكأنما احيا الناس جميعا ” المائده 32 And if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all mankind. Al-Maidah (32)”.
The first hospital established by SGH group started its operations in 1988 in Jeddah, KSA thus bringing contemporary German healthcare standards to the door step of the local community. After establishing a strong reputation for its quality of care and scientific management SGH expanded to other areas of Saudi Arabia. There were large numbers of patients from Saudi Arabia going to Germany for quality medical treatment. These patients and their families found difficulties to identify right centers for their condition and also huge cultural and logistic difficulties. The Batterjee family therefore decided to establish their first hospital in Jeddah through its strategic relationship with well-known German universities.