Beirut Government Hospital

The Rafik Hariri University Hospital, formerly known as Beirut Governmental University Hospital (BGUH) – is the largest Lebanese public hospital, located on the outskirts of southern Beirut. The hospital's main building has a maximal capacity of 544 hospital beds; it comprises a total of seven floors with three annex buildings a 50 bed hotel and four villas hosting staff dormitories, outpatient clinics and administrative services. The Hospital is affiliated with the Lebanese University.

The Lebanese government decided to build a governmental hospital with a 500-bed capacity on a publicly owned property in Bir Hassan, Beirut. The 517,000 sq ft hospital is a relatively low rise building consisting of five floors above ground level with an additional floor on the top level. Construction was completed in 2001 at a cost of $121 million.

  • Mebex Consultants SARC (Matar Brothers placed order with Consort)
  • Al Seif Engineering + Contracting Company
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