Makassed General Hospital is an academically developed hospital that was established in 1930 in the heart of Beirut the Capital of Lebanon.It includes 200 patient's beds, served by around 125 specialized doctors, 322 nurses, and 353 administrative employees
Makassed Hospital is characterized - in addition to providing the medical services in various specialties; internal medicine, pediatrics, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, anesthesiology, …pathology, and outpatient clinics; - by the establishment of the following elaborate specialized centers, namely:
- Bone Marrow Transplant Center which is the first in Lebanon.
- Comprehensive specialized center for Coronary Diseases and Surgery, with an Intensive Care Unit.
- Laboratory and Blood Bank.
- Providing the services of the Emergency Department on 24-hour basis.
BAU is a Lebanese private institution for higher education, founded by the Lebanese El-Bir and Ihsan society in 1960.
The Faculty of Medicine at Beirut Arab University was established in 1995 with 35 students.The student intake has progressively increased since then reaching 100 students in the academic year 2013/2014 with a total of 505 undergraduate students. More than 523 students graduated in 2014. Collaborative agreements between Beirut Arab University and several hospitals, namely Hammoud Hospital University Medical Center, Makassed General Hospital and Sahel General Hospital, Dar El Ajaza Al Islamia Hospital , Rafik Hariri University Hospital,Al Zahraa University Hospital, Saida Governmental Hospital, as well as Najjar, Reyak and Notre Dame du Liban Hospitals were established. These agreements provide our students with venues for undergraduate clinical clerkships as well as postgraduate clinical training programs.
The Faculty’s Vision is to provide innovation and excellence in medical education and research that respond to community needs and conform to international standards in the 21st century.
The Faculty’s Mission is to provide the community with highly qualified, competent and ethical physicians who can efficiently cope with the rapid progress in medical practice and research, and are able to pursue postgraduate studies and continuous professional development.
Boarding consists of 2 free meals per day.
Breakfast is served in the hospital.
The Lunch is served at the cafeteria of the hospital.
An incoming is placed in an apartment within a walking distance from the hospital.
It takes around 7 minutes to reach the hospital.