Middle East Post-Acute Rehabilitation Market is expected to cross USD 120 Bn by 2027. Will Middle East countries support the market to stand on this expected figure by 2027? Ken Research

1. Growing Middle East population and increased life expectancy of both females and males

Growing Middle East population

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The percentage of the population over the age of 65 in the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) is estimated at 4.7% (of a total population of 336 Mn) according to the World Bank 2012 report. The range varies from under 2% in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to ∼10% in Lebanon.

Many seniors remain mobile and independent well into their golden years. In other situations, though, conditions like balance problems and strokes, or the injuries caused by accidents like falls can create a dynamic that requires physical therapy or rehabilitation.

In these cases, extended care is typically necessary, and may be the only way a person can get back to health and continue to live independently. With growing Saudi population and increased life expectancy of both females and males, it is expected that need of post-acute rehabilitation is immense.

2. Recent Mergers and Acquisitions

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Amanat Holdings, a Dubai-based education and healthcare investment company, on 19/12/2022 announced the creation of the largest pan-GCC post-acute care platform, following the merger of Sukoon International Holding Company with Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Centre (CMRC) through a non-cash share swap. Amanat boosts exposure to Saudi acute care market with $232 Mn Cambridge Medical deal.

The all-new 60-bed facility is one of a kind and located between Dhahran and Al Khobar. CMRC Saudi Arabia is fully equipped with the state-of-the-art medical equipment having a modern facility thereby enabling it to provide unique services more accessible and certainly will help patients requiring Continuum of Care for post-acute conditions, and rehabilitation services to make substantial improvements in their quality of life through multidisciplinary rehabilitative therapies including physiatry, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, and psychological therapy.

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3. Ease of Scalability and Localization

Strong local demand, favourable regulatory ecosystem and ability to provide cost competitive services create scope for localizing post-acute rehabilitation services in KSA. KSA has a competitive cost advantage in providing healthcare services over regional peers: ~15% lower costs for specialized staff, ~10% lower costs for rentals and purchase of land and ~15% lower CAPEX for healthcare equipment.

Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SCFHS) is working to develop healthcare standards through designing and organizing health training programs; promote medical research and education; and achieve sustained professional development in the KSA.

Vijay Kumar

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