in 1995 to provide its advisory and executive services within the context of establishing and developing health, medical and rehabilitation projects, the MRCH has been seeking – through its capabilities, expertise and global partnership towards meeting the special needs of patients, the disabled, the infirm and the aged across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and throughout the GCC countries.
Its services have extended afterwards to generally reach the region comprising Yemen, Sudan, Syria, Jordan, and Lebanon, not to mention the entire GCC countries. Later on, it started moving regionally and globally, taking advantage of the successes it notched up and the projects it carried out, which have grown into edifices specialized
in the areas of providing integrated care for the sick, the disabled, the infirm and the elderly.
The MRCH’s expertise, along with its direct connection with international organizations and bodies taking care of the issues relating to patients, the elderly, the handicapped and the helpless have empowered it to introduce an integrated system of firsthand services representing the starting points of the House’s work in the areas of specialist technical consultancy, scientific and practical research, economic feasibility studies for health and rehab projects, training and rehab practices and activities for the personnel operating in the concerned area. They have
also enabled it to establish, operate and manage health and rehab facilities, besides working out integrated planning and development strategies in the area.