Imam Hussein holy shrine reveals the completion percentages of the Khatam al-Anbiya Hospital in Karbala


The Strategic Projects Department of the Imam Hussein Holy Shrine has disclosed the progress status of the Khatam al-Anbiya Hospital project, which aims to treat cardiovascular diseases in the holy governorate of Karbala. Maytham Shaker Yasser, the engineer supervising the project, stated in a press release to the International Media Center that “the works are advancing at a high pace, and the department's personnel have achieved a 60% completion rate thus far.” He also noted that “this hospital is one of the first specialized projects for cardiovascular diseases and is the largest in terms of area in Iraq.”

Yasser indicated that “The Khatam al-Anbiya Hospital project encompasses two buildings, including the hospital building and the wheel garage building, which are six floors in total. The hospital is furnished with a recovery department, inpatient rooms, a central laboratory, sterilization department, advisory department, administrative department, central pharmacy, radiology department, emergency department, classrooms, and logistics department." Yasser also highlighted "the presence of a double hybrid hall, which is wider than regular halls, spanning 90 square meters, and equipped with devices and equipment to perform two surgeries simultaneously, making it a rare hall in all of Iraq.”

Yasser explained that “the project occupies a total land area of 35,600 square meters, with 6 dunums and 1,000 square meters allocated for the project. The project comprises three main buildings, with the hospital building covering an area of 29,000 square meters, consisting of 11 floors. The services and garage building cover an area of 6,000 square meters, and service buildings occupy 600 square meters.”