Private rooms, Presidential suites
As-Salam International Hospital has opened its doors in 1982 to meet the needs of patients and serve the community at large with a total of 303 beds on 5,222 m2.
As-Salam International Hospital is now one of the largest private-sector tertiary care hospitals in Egypt, using international standards, equipped with the latest technologies, compromised of a well-trained professional staff including Egyptian physicians and expert nurses from MENA, Philippines, USA, and other countries. Ever since then we have been providing consistent quality of service that allowed us to acquire the Joint Commission International accreditation twice.
As-Salam International Hospital is the third hospital worldwide and the first in the middle east to be granted clinical care certification by the Joint Commission International for the Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and the nineteenth hospital worldwide to be granted clinical care certification by the Joint Commission International for the Acute Myocardial Infarction in 2019.
Overall rating: 1
January 23, 2023
Most or all reviews of thanking doctors and nurses are fake reviews made my nurses.
Service is very slow and sometimes it may take ages. Not very honest you should review the bill before leaving.
Out patient care is good though.
Overall rating: 5
January 12, 2023
I’d like to share my utmost satisfaction about my experience and the support I saw today in vascular clinic.big thanks to all the stuff. most particularly to miss mayse. She was too much helpful and supportive. She acted in too much professional and medical way♥️.
Overall rating: 4
January 05, 2023
I had a surgery in the hospital and I have been reporting to its clinic for more than a month so here's my review.
1. In terms of the doctors and nurses, they provide the best. Actually, one of the nurses saved my life when she realized that I had a bleeding after the surgery.
2. In terms of medical equipment, I couldn't believe that sucha a hospital doesn't have enough thermal blankets! After the surgery I felt so cold and the doctor asked the nurse to bring a thermal blanket but she explained that they have only two and they are used by other patients!!!
3. In terms of the clinic, it's chaotic! I see patients shouting sometimes. It's not the hospital fault sometimes but they don't provide staff with good customer service skills. Also, the cashier there, first floor, doesn't include visa payments. I noticed a couple of times, that the cashier staff are not on their desks! Except for one of them, M. Talat, I checked his name of the receipt because he was really smart in handling the patients alone, answering all the questions politely and guiding them though it was a busy day and he was alone!!
4. In terms of the preparation before the doctor's appointment, the hospital may consider to reduce the pain and stop this useless service! You can wait for a long time till your turn pops up silently in the screen, I am not sure what will happen if you don't notice it because they won't care to look for you! The nurses answer some of the questions on the medical questionnaire on your behalf! I was shocked when I read the questions that I didn't answer! They don't use the numbers to call the patients sometimes. They ask the patients who are standing in front of the rooms to get in, though it's not as per their procedure. So, don't be shocked if you get your turn late or after along debate with the staff!
I hesitated in my review between 3 or 4 4 stars, but I went for 4 because of the doctors and nurses. Yet, I believe for an international hospital, a lot of medical equipment and services required to be improved indeed.
Nile Corniche, Athar an Nabi, Old Cairo, Cairo Governorate Cairo Egypt