King Hussein Cancer Center


King Hussein Cancer Center

King Hussein Cancer Center caters specifically to cancer patients, adult, and pediatric patients. It was established in 2001 in Amman, Jordan, and has about 352 beds. The hospital boasts of the latest technology used in the treatment of all types of cancer. In addition, they have the largest bone marrow transplant program in the Middle East.

King Hussein Cancer Center has JCI (Joint Commission International) accreditation. The hospital values research and provides regular training programs to eradicate cancer for doctors and future generations. The hospital is dedicated to providing quality healthcare at the highest standard to provide the best possible results in cancer eradication. King Hussein Cancer Center also places priority on creating awareness about early cancer detection and ways to prevent it. 

King Hussein Cancer Center also seeks to raise funds to support the hospital’s mission. There are highly skilled doctors with access to high-tech medical facilities like MRI, CT scans, Cell Therapy, and Applied Genomics Laboratory. The laboratory provides cord blood banks and stem cells for leukemic patients and patients with other diseases. The laboratory also performs advanced genetic analysis to know the patient’s genetic makeup. This knowledge helps the doctor make appropriate medical decisions to suit the patient’s condition. Some of the hospital’s salient features include: 

  • Consulting and scientific cooperation with the largest cancer treatment centers worldwide
  • A multidisciplinary team makes treatment decisions
  • Adoption of international standards and protocols in the treatment of cancer
  • Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Service
  • Comfortable chemotherapy chairs and a distinctive view for patient comfort