'Saudi German Hospital Group' the largest private healthcare provider in the Middle East and African region participating in Arab Health 2010 as ‘Gold Sponsor’.
SGH Group vision is to “To design, finance, construct and operate 30 world-class hospitals and create 50,000 jobs by the year 2015.
Through its external technical German associations over the last 20 years the group has developed unmatched core competence in the healthcare management and clinical areas, which enable the group to provide in international standards and quality healthcare service.
All the Saudi hospitals of the Group have JCI accreditation which is the highest accreditation worldwide. In addition to this Saudi German Hospitals are the first hospitals to implement Balanced scorecard management tool in the hospital industry in the region. SGH is having latest Hospital Information System and IT infrastructure which supports its professional staff of over 5000 people to provide international standards of patient care.
Currently SGH Group is having five operating hospitals out of which four hospitals are in Jeddah, Aseer, Riyadh, Madinah in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and One in Sana’a , Yemen. The hospital projects in Hail-KSA, Dubai-UAE, Cairo – Egypt, Addis Ababa - Ethiopia are in different stages of progress.
The Group has the largest private medical college in the region which started its operation in 2006 under the brand name Batterjee Medical College at Jeddah and its vision is to design, construct and operate a total of 5 medical colleges by 2020 to the highest international standards, thus providing the region with well trained qualified healthcare professionals to serve the increasing demand for quality healthcare professionals. In addition to the above the group is the master franchisee for the Gold’s Gym in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Gold’s Gym in Jeddah is the largest gym in the world in terms of facility and membership. As part of corporate social responsibility the group is also engaged in many not for profit business like Jeddah Charity Blood Bank, HMRTI, SEDI, FBA. SGH Group is also developing many Not-for-Profit Hospitals (Known as Al-Sabeel Hospitals) in countries like Sudan, Bangladesh, KSA, UAE, Egypt for the poor in associations with Prof. Yunus (Nobel Peace Prize Winner 2006), Grameen Bank, Islamic Development Bank (IDB), General Electrical (GE) and Consolidated Contacting Company (CCC).
The Group’s dedication and effort has been recognized through various awards which include Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Arab Management 2006 in category of 'Best Arab Management Personality’, Healthcare Industry CEO Award 2008, National Medal of Cedar – Grade Knight, Ernst & Young (E&Y)’s Entrepreneur of the year Award for 2008 which received by President & CEO of the Engr. Sobhi Batterjee.