The Abu Dhabi-based Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City is 85% completed and is scheduled to be delivered in 2017, reported Trade Arabia.

The medical city is built with a cost of AED  4 billion and is expected to accommodate 732 hospital beds, with 36 VIP suites and two royal ones, as well as 424 post-operative hospital beds, and 120 beds for a maternity and infant ward.

The 732 beds will include 32 ICU beds in the medical department, 30 cardiac ICU beds in the cardiovascular department, 24 cardiac ICU beds in the surgery department, 20 beds in the burn treatment department, 26 neonatal ICU beds and 18 beds in the labor and delivery department.

Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City is located in Al Mafraq area in Abu Dhabi, on an area of 300,000 square meters. It also provides parking facilities with a capacity of up to 1600 cars.

The project will include several buildings, including the hospital building comprising four towers, an outpatient clinic, utility buildings, and electricity and air conditioning plants.

The medical city is part of a plan to offer high-quality healthcare in parallel to meeting Abu Dhabi’s targets of applying international healthcare standards.