In 2014, Saudi Aramco partnered with Johns Hopkins Medicine to carve out and expand the capabilities of its medical services through Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare, drawing upon the vast expertise of The Johns Hopkins University and The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System to provide clinical program development, research, training, safety and quality, and healthcare administration expertise.

As JHAH reaches its three year milestone, it is remarkable to see the progress that has been achieved, both in improving care at the most personal level for its patient population and in terms developing the infrastructure that will see JHAH lead the Kingdom in clinical outcomes, patient experience and the advancement of health professions.

Key Achievements Throughout the First Three Years

Commencement of an enhanced endovascular surgery program

The introduction of a new minimally invasive technique called an endovascular aortic repair (EVAR), along with a clinical rotation schedule allows for complex surgery to be undertaken at JHAH.

Launching a robotic surgery program in urology

The first surgeries in the Kingdom using the latest version of the da Vinci Robotic Surgical System (da Vinci Xi).

Establishing a cardiac rehabilitation unit

Offering a medically supervised cardiac rehabilitation program and a nurse-led heart failure clinic.

Prioritizing patient and family experience

A collaborative development effort within JHAH with insights from the Chief Patient Experientce Officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Integrating two advanced robotic medication dispensing systems in our Pharmacy

The first in the Gulf region and only the second outside of the U.S.

Empowering and training the nursing leaders of tomorrow

Introducing the Kingdom’s very first doctorate of nursing practice program.

JHAH launched its Medical Residency Program

Fulfilling a need for post-graduate medical training within the Kingdom.

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  • Fulfilling a need for post-graduate medical training within the Kingdom, JHAH launched its Medical Residency Program

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