Creating the desired haven that provides a nurturing healing environment and proper care by facilitating the workflow is the overriding goal for all healthcare providers. Thus, DAR AL OMRAN inspires through its designs to build a healthy healing environment for patients and comfortable atmosphere for visitors by working with medical planning experts who have the knowledge in modern medical practices and updated medical technology to create the desired specialized hospitals and medical facilities.

With the continuous development and advancement of healthcare diagnosis, treatments and equipment that affects the healthcare service delivery, the Firm’s unwavering solutions for healthcare projects serves to achieve Clients’ visions and goals for current and future demands in Jordan and the region, with a track record of catering to healthcare buildings ranging from 20 beds to 1000 beds.



    Specialty Hospital

    (100 beds)


    Client: Doctors Specialty Hospital Co.

    Location: Amman - Jordan

    Services Provided: Design & Supervision

    Total Built-up Area: 18,000 m2 (phase1 (7,800 m2)

    Construction Cost: US $ 7,000,000

    Starting Date: 1992 Design (3 Phases) - 1995 Supervision

    Completion Date: 1995 Design - 1997 Supervision



    Project Description:


    Inspired by the traditional Bimaristan concept of open courts, the hospital consists of two courtyards separated for patients and visitors as part of an effective healing process, the hospital was built throughout three stages.


    Serving the middle and upper classes in Jordan as well as attracting patients from regional and international countries, this four-story main hospital building consists of 100 beds in addition to several medical departments and units including: Dialysis, Internal Medicine, Surgery Operating Rooms, Maternity, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, I.C.U. and C.C.U., as well as an Emergency Department, Physical therapy, Labs, X-Ray and C.T. Scan Unit, along with a separate building which includes Out-Patient Clinics and Medical Educational Facilities.



    Irbid Specialty Hospital

    (100 beds)


    Client: Irbid Specialty Hospital Company

    Location: Irbid - Jordan

    Services Provided: Design & Supervision

    Total Built-up Area: 6,200 m2

    Construction Cost: US $ 3,000,000

    Starting Date: 1993 Design - 1994 Supervision

    Completion Date: 1994 Design - 1997 Supervision



    Project Description:


    The four-storey, 100 beds, private general hospital is situated in the northern Jordanian city of Irbid. It includes Outpatient Clinics, Internal Medicine, X-Ray Department, Laboratories, PhysioTherapy, Emergency Department, Surgery Department, O. &G. Department and I.C.U. The design concept and image are inspired by themes derived from the great tradition of large urban houses in the region with internal courtyards including water fountains, bringing natural light to the interior, and an articulation of forms and facades using traditional elements within a contemporary composition to suit the technical and functional requirements of the hospital.



    Abu Lughod International Hospital

    (80 beds)


    Client: Dr. M. Abu Lughod & Partners

    Location: Al-Rasheed District/Amman - Jordan

    Services Provided: Design

    Total Built-up Area: 19,600m2

    Construction Cost: US $ 15,000,000

    Starting Date: 1994

    Completion Date: 1995


    Project Description:


    This is an 80 bed general hospital which consists of several medical departments including, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Surgical Dept., Dental Dept., PhysioTherapy and Rehabilitation, Intensive care, Radiology and Ultrasound, Emergency Dept., Maternity Dept., Laboratories, Pharmacy, Research Center with Library and Conference Hall, 20 Outpatient Clinics within a separate building. The project design provides a coherent solution for both buildings and the surrounding facilities on a sloping terrain, providing an environment that promotes the users attitude towards increasing participation. The architectural image and articulation is derived from local traditions reinterpreted to suite the contemporary functions of the hospital.


    Islamic Hospital Extension


    Client: Islamic Center Association

    Location: Amman - Jordan

    Services Provided: Design & Supervision

    Total Built-up Area: 2,200 m2

    Construction Cost: US $ 800,000

    Starting Date: 1995 Design - 1995 Supervision

    Completion Date: 1995 Design - 1996 Supervision


    Project Description:


    Located in the al-Abdali district of Central Amman, this project was initially intended as a link between the main hospital building and the Out-Patient clinics of the Islamic Hospital, as well as providing an internal access to the nearby mosque for hospitals users and visitors. The project design provides, in addition to this connection, Out-Patient Clinics, and aninte active facade to the hospital with public activities and amenities which serve the patients and visitors and add vitality to the urban context. These functions include shops, cafeteria, women prayer hall visitors waiting area, doctor’s lounge, and storage facilities.




    Al -Totanji Hospital/ Sahab

    (100 beds – Expandable to 200 beds)


    Client: Ministry of Health

    Location: Sahab - Jordan

    Services Provided: Design

    Total Built-up Area: 21,000 m2

    Construction Cost: US $ 9,500,000

    Starting Date: 1995

    Completion Date: 1995


    Project Description:


    Serving as a complementary medical support for Al Bashir governmental hospital, which serves the majority of Amman's population, Al-Totanji also known as (Sahab Hospital) was inspired with atriums and courtyards in order to help patients with their healing process in providing them and their visitors with relief and comfort through an outdoor space.

    Located in the east of Amman, this five storey building contains 100 beds, but can also hold up to 200 beds. The Hospital consists of several equipped departments including Outpatient Clinics, Dialysis, X-Ray Unit, Internal Medicine, Surgery Operating Rooms, Maternity, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics, I.C.U and C.C.U, as well as an Emergency department, Physical Therapy and Labs.



    Theiban Hospital

    (25 beds – Expandable to 100 beds)


    Client: Ministry of Health

    Location: Theiban - Jordan

    Services Provided: Design & Supervision

    Total Built-up Area: 8,800m2

    Construction Cost: US $ 4,500,000

    Starting Date : 1997 Design - 1998 Supervision

    Completion Date: 1998 Design - 2001 Supervision


    Project Description:


    Working as a comprehensive part of the governmental hospitals and health network of Amman and its suburbs, Theiban Hospital was built to serve the suburban district of Theiban, in an attempt to provide a peaceful atmosphere by inspiring an internal and external design with colors related to local traditions of the area, to help patients with their recovery and healing process.

    The three-storey building of 25 beds is set to hold up to 100 beds in future expansions for the hospital, which also includes X-Ray and Lab units, an Emergency Department, Obstetrics and Gynecology Department, Surgery Operating Rooms and an I.C.U., in addition to Outpatient Clinics, public facilities and a mosque along with several courtyards and garden spaces.



    Rehabilitation of Al Bashir Hospital

    (815 beds)


    Client: Ministry of Health

    Location: Amman-Jordan

    Services Provided: Study, Design and Supervision

    Total Built-up Area: 101,000 m2 - Stage(1): 27,500 m2 - Stage(2): 18,500 m2 - Stage(3): 48,500  m2

    Construction Cost: Stage(1): US $ 13,900,000 - Stage(2): US $ 18,000,000 – Stage(3): US $ 47,550,000

    Starting Date: 1996 Design - 2001 Supervision

    Completion Date: 2005 Design - Ongoing Supervision


    Project Description:


    Al-Bashir Hospital is considered to be the main governmental hospital in Amman. Based on the development plan; Al-Bashir hospital rehabilitation will include upgrading and rehabilitating the hospital with addition of services over 25 years in three stages.

    Stages 1 and 2 included the new Maternity and Pediatric Department which holds up to 350 beds, as well as upgrading several existing facilities and service units along with building bridges to connect the hospital's different departments to ease transportation. Whereas stage 3; mainly includes upgrading the General Surgery and Internal Medicine Department Building, which can hold up to 465 beds.

    This eight storey main building includes Outpatient specialty clinics, administration offices, Labs, study halls, along with a Library, a Restaurant, and storage areas.



    Drug Quality Control Laboratories


    Client: Ministry of Health

    Location: Amman - Jordan

    Services Provided: Design & Supervision

    Total Built-up Area: 9,900 m2

    Construction Cost: US $ 12,200,000

    Starting Date: 2000 Design - 2002 Supervision

    Completion Date: 2001 Design - 2004 Supervision


    Project Description:


    The project consists of Drug Quality Control Lab, Environmental Quality Control Lab, the Food Quality Control Lab (6,400m², 6,400,000USD), and the lab administration building (3,500m², 5,800,000USD), which work effectively to meet international standards, whilst providing a design with a future expansion without increasing the cost of the infrastructure. The concept was to provide a comfortable and functionally efficient design, as well as aesthetically pleasant architectural solution, in addition to setting a clear circulation by separating labs from visitors' traffic; the design preserves the aesthetic of the project through combining traditional architecture with the requirements of contemporary design, and commissioning the natural slope of the site to add the number of floors.



    Heart & Kidney Dialysis Center- Kazakhstan


    Client: Saudi Bin Ladin Group

    Location: Astana - Kazakhstan

    Services Provided: Design

    Total Built-up Area: 3,870 m2

    Construction Cost: US $ 2,823,000

    Starting Date: 2001

    Completion Date: 2003


    Project Description:


    Inspired by the traditional Islamic architecture of the region this project was designed to provide an attractive and a comfortable atmosphere, to help ease the psychological impact which hospitals have on patients and their visitors, as the main entrance sets a welcoming invitation into a spacious reception lobby which leads to the double volume atrium centre hall that connects the two departments building together.

    The Centre consists of an up-to-date catheterization laboratory and operation theatre along with high- quality comprehensive services by the heart clinic department with the support of inpatient facilities, along with the Kidney dialysis clinic, which consist of two- beds, in addition to I.C.U and C.C.U. units as well as an Emergency department.



    Food Quality Control Laboratories


    Client: Ministry of Health

    Location: Amman - Jordan

    Services Provided: Design

    Total Built-up Area: 99000 m2

    Construction Cost: US $ 12,200,000

    Starting Date: 2003

    Completion Date : 2006


    Project Description:


    Based on the Ministry of Health's philosophy of improving food and drug quality on the local and national front, advanced medical labs are established such as the Food Quality Control Laboratories. The Labs form a comfortable architectural space, with the possibility of future expansion of the building without any additional cost on the infrastructure. This project is comprised of a Food Control Lab unit and a Drug Control Lab unit, where the labs are designed to face the geographical north while offices and other services face the south, allowing natural light to penetrate the spaces.



    Al-Qweira Hospital

    (30 beds)


    Client: Ministry of Health

    Location: Al-Qweira - Jordan

    Services Provided: Design

    Total Built-up Area: 13,790 m2

    Construction Cost: US $10,260,000

    Starting Date: 2004

    Completion Date: 2005




    Project Description:


    The Hospital was designed to reflect the traditional architecture of Jordan through the use of stone and traditional colours in addition to the traditional architectural elements and the overall orientation of the buildings, and focused on integrating the design with its surrounding environment of this site in southern Jordan, where the views give a sense of tranquillity.

    This three-storey hospital with its landscaped areas holds up to 30 beds and consists of laboratory, X-ray department, Operating Rooms, Emergency department, a praying area and a cafeteria. It also includes an inpatient and outpatient building, housing for staff, parking area, a helipad within the site boundary.



    King Faisal Cancer Center


    Client: King Faisal Hospital

    Location: Al-Riyadh - Saudi Arabia

    Services Provided: Architectural Design

    Total Built-up Area : 100,000 m2

    Construction Cost: US $ 135,136,000

    Starting Date: 2006

    Completion Date: 2006


    Project Description:


    Based on the process of therapy, medical and psychological, in which the psychological behavior can be articulated through the architectural envelope, the design upgrades the spiritual level of the patient by the use of lighting throughout transparency and greenery and facilitates the functional program accommodating the equipment.



    Sana'a University Educational Hospital

    (500 beds expanded to 1000)


    Client: Sana'a University

    Location: Sana'a - Yemen

    Services Provided: Design (Stage 1)

    Total Built-up Area: 13,790 m2

    Construction Cost: US $ 127,000,000

    Starting Date: 2007

    Completion Date: 2009



    Project Description:


    The Sana'a University educational Hospital was influenced but the unique architecture of Yemen, where the buildings are simple in shape and pleasant with the natural mountain graduated through agricultural terraces. This location of the educational hospital in the capital Sanaa contributed to a design that evoked the beauty of Yemeni architecture taking into consideration the requirements of an educational university hospital in addition to climatic and environmental considerations of the area. It includes an educational hospital, support facilities, emergency unit, outpatient clinics, dormitory, housing, a research center and a mosque.



    Jineen Hospital

    (50 beds – Expandable to 100 beds)


    Client: Palestinian National Authority

    Location: Jenin - Palestine

    Services Provided: Full Design Documents

    Total Built-up Area: 9,600 m2

    Construction Cost: US $ 9,600,000

    Starting Date: 2008

    Completion Date: 2008





    Project Description:


    Jineen Hospital is designed with the concept of combining traditional architecture within a contemporary approach, reflected in the overall formation and the materials used, which includes traditional stone, mashrabiyas and metal canopies, the hospital also comprises of a courtyard located at the centre to arrange the spaces and to allow for a relaxing area for patients and visitors alike.

    The hospital consists of three floors and a basement and holds around 50 beds, with a future expansion of 100 beds through the addition of two floors. It also has an emergency unit, outpatient clinics, an X-ray department and blood bank.



    Teaching Hospital at NUST University

    (510 beds )


    Client: National University of Science and Technology (NUST)

    Location: Islamabad - Pakistan

    Services Provided: Competition with Master Plan & Design of Phase One Building

    Total built up area: 65,814 m2

    Site Area: 20,000 m2

    Construction Cost: US $ 30,400,000

    Starting Date: 2012

    Completion Date: 2012



    Project Description:


    Located northeast of the National University of Science and Technology Campus between the botanical garden and the medical faculty, this learning Hospital provides patients with the needed atmosphere to recover and give them a greater sense of well-being.


    In an attempt to offer a modern and innovative approach in providing healthcare solutions while adapting to the different care methods, this project holds up to 510 beds and 75 patient chairs for the dental department. The design facilitates easy flow between departments, with an atrium linking the main entrance with the elevators, ancillary and public services, where the lobby is directly connected to the clinical facilities, which are grouped for easy reach and smooth flow for daily needs.