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+961-1-350000
PO Box: 11-0236
Riad El Solh, Beirut 1107 2020
Beirut - Lebanon (More)
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Address
  • Mailing Address
    American University of Beirut Medical Center
    PO Box: 11-0236
    Riad El Solh, Beirut 1107 2020
    Beirut - Lebanon

  • Location: Cairo Street, Hamra, Beirut, Lebanon

  • Telephone: +961-1-350000

  • Fax: +961-1-345325

  • Email: aubmc@aub.edu.lb
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Renovations in Progress
As part of realizing our AUBMC 2020 Vision, many renovations are occurring at our medical center. These include renovations to existing units, as well as the construction of new buildings, units, and services as we look to create our AUBMC 2020 Medical Complex. We apologize for any inconvenience these renovations may cause, but it is all in an effort to provide our patients with the best possible care in a renovated facility.
  • Major Constructions and Renovations
     
    • AUBMC Lobbies Upgrade
      The main lobbies of our medical center are being upgraded, and some sections may be closed off due to these renovations. Our staff will be more than happy to guide you.

    • AUBMC Medical Administration Building
      Excavation works are underway for the new administrative building that is being constructed on Cairo Street adjacent to the main hospital building.

    • AUBMC-West Wing of the Abou Khater Building (Building 23)
      Expansion works have begun to house neurology and neurosurgery private clinics and an outpatient neurophysiology lab.

    • Sawwaf Building
      Work has begun on the new five-story Sawwaf Building which will house a PET/CT Unit, a Cyclotron Unit, University Health Services (UHS), Family Medicine Clinics, Student Health Clinics ,as well as academic offices.

    • Med Café
      Construction is underway for Casper & Gambini at Med Café at AUBMC in the area outside the Saab Medical Library.

  • Minor Renovations
    In addition to the major works outlined above, there are some soft renovations taking place at AUBMC. These include:
     
    • Soft renovation of the Department of Diagnostic Radiology and the basement level
    • Renovation of the suites on 4 North and 7 North
    • Renovation and minor alteration of 7 South
    • Renovation of toilets in Issam Fares Hall
    • Renovation of all on-call resident rooms at AUBMC and Dale Home

  • Restructuring Works, Creation, and Redesign of Units
    • Expansion of Vertigo Center on the 6th floor of AUBMC Phase I Building
    • Redesign of the Pharmacy on the B level of AUBMC’s Main Building (Phase II)
    • Remodeling of Endocrinology on the 5th floor of Phase I
    • Redesign of the Billing Office on the 1st floor of AUBMC’s Main Building (Phase II)
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Map and Parking



There are multiple parking options around AUBMC to make your visit easier. There are three parking lots on the Medical Center campus located on the:
  • intersection of Cairo Street and Maamari Street
  • corner of Abdel Aziz Street and Maamari Street
  • corner of Cairo Street and Souraty Street
For your convenience, valet parking services are available at all of the above mentioned parking lots.

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Visiting Hours
To help us provide a safe and quiet environment for our patients, we kindly ask you to comply with the following visiting hours:
  • Critical Care Units (Coronary Care Unit, Cardiac Surgery Unit, and Intensive Care Unit)
    • Mornings: 10:00 am - 12 noon
    • Evenings: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    Only one visitor at a time is allowed in the room for around ten minutes only.

  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
    Only parents are allowed to visit their babies. Please check with the nurse, who will make every effort to accommodate you.

  • Other Areas
    • Mornings: 10:00 am - 12 noon
    • Evenings: 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Courtesy Service
Courtesy Officers are the first point of contact with patients, families, and visitors. The role of the Courtesy Officers is to meet, greet, and direct/escort patients and visitors to the different areas of the Medical Center.

Courtesy officers are located at the entrances of all AUBMC buildings and are available to attend to your queries at the following extensions: (dial +961-1-350000 first if you are using a non-AUBMC telephone)
  • AUBMC main building: 6360/1
  • AUBMC Emergency Department building: 6745
  • Building 56: 6366
  • Abou Khater Building (Building23): 6746
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Volunteer and Lend a Helping Hand
The Courtesy Service at AUBMC welcomes volunteers from universities and schools. Volunteer Courtesy Officers are an essential part of the Courtesy Service at AUBMC. Also, it is a great opportunity for volunteers to help others, make a difference in the community, all while building their professional experience.

If you are interested in joining or know someone who is, please contact Patient Affairs at +961-1-350000 ext: 6010 or email us at aubmc@aub.edu.lb.

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Regulations
For the welfare and comfort of our patients, it is necessary to strictly enforce the following regulations. Your cooperation is appreciated.
  • For safety reasons, it is recommended that visitors do not remain when mothers are feeding their babies.
  • For their own protection and by order of the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health, children less than 13 years of age are not permitted to visit patients.
  • The presence of a large number of visitors inside the rooms and corridors will definitely create discomfort for the patients and in many cases, will hinder the movement of the medical team. Consequently, this presence might reflect badly on the patient's condition. For the patient's interest and comfort, the number of visitors and the visiting time should not exceed two visitors per patient for ten minutes only.
  • Encourage relatives and friends to defer their visits until the patient returns home.
  • If you are a patient not in a private room or suite, and your medical condition permits, please invite your guests to join you in the lounge to avoid disturbing the other patient in the room.
  • Relatives and family should not go to the operating room with the patient; they should wait in the patient's room.
  • Food restrictions: visitors are asked not to bring food for the patient.
  • No visitors are allowed beyond visiting hours.
Overnight Visitors
  • Relatives are not allowed to stay overnight, except in cases of critically ill patients.
  • For pediatric patients, one parent is allowed to stay with her/his child. We encourage the parent to remain in the child's room.
  • If you wish to request a guest bed, please do so as early as possible to ensure availability.
  • Guest beds are charged at a daily rate.
  • No overnight visitors are allowed in the Coronary Care Unit, Cardiac Surgery Unit, Intensive Care Unit, or Delivery Suite.
Cellular Phones
Cellular phones are prohibited in critical care areas (Coronary Care Unit, Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Department, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and Delivery Suites) and in rooms where patients are on life support equipment.

Noise Reduction
AUBMC endorses a noise reduction environment and, thus, encourages its patients and visitors to uphold a calm and favorable atmosphere.

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Guidelines for the Prevention of Infection
  • Prevention from the Common Cold
    To prevent others from catching the common cold, an infected person should cover her/his nose and mouth with a handkerchief when sneezing or coughing. It is advisable that the infected person avoid visiting the patient.

  • Isolation Rooms
    Please follow the instructions posted at the isolation room door. Abiding by these preventive measures is important to ensure patient safety.

  • Using Hand Sanitizer when Hands Are Visibly Clean
    • Use a small amount of sanitizer.
    • Rub hands thoroughly for 15 seconds.
    • Make sure to cover all parts of hands, fingers, and fingernails.

  • Using Soap and Water
    • Wash hands to the wrists with water.
    • Use soap and rub firmly for 30 seconds.
    • Rinse hands thoroughly from soap.
    • Dry hands well with a clean paper towel.
    • Close the water faucet with the paper towel.
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Smoking Policy
With the health and well-being of our patients as a priority, AUBMC was a pioneer in becoming a smoke-free institution on March 1, 1993. Please respect this policy and refrain from smoking anywhere in the Medical Center.

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Flowers and Balloons
Flowers are not allowed in restricted areas (Coronary Care Unit, Intensive Care Unit, Cardiac Surgery Unit, Delivery Suite, Transplantation Unit, Children's Cancer Center of Lebanon, and Emergency Unit).

For the safety of babies and children, balloons are not allowed in any area of the Medical Center.

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Coffee Shop
The Coffee Shop at AUBMC serves homemade food with all profits going to help needy patients. You can enjoy a great meal and the pleasure of helping a patient in need.
  • Opening Hours: 9:00 am to 3:30 pm from Monday to Friday, except holidays.
  • Location: foyer of the main entrance to AUBMC
  • Telephone: +961-1-350000 ext: 6150/1
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Bargain Box
The Bargain Box accepts clothing and other items for resale. Individuals may donate items or receive a percentage of the sale price after the item is sold. All Bargain Box profits go to the Social Services Department at AUBMC, which donates the money to needy patients.
  • Opening Hours: 9:00 am – 12 noon on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
  • Location: Issam Fares ground floor next to the Children's Cancer Center of Lebanon
  • Telephone: +961-1-350000 ext: 6156
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Gift Shop
The Gift Shop sells a variety of gifts at reasonable prices.
  • Opening Hours: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm from Monday to Friday, except holidays
  • Location: AUBMC main entrance
  • Telephone: +961-1-350000 ext: 6150/1
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Mail a Patient
You can send mail to patients at the following address:

Patient Affairs Office
American University of Beirut Medical Center
PO Box: 11-0236
Beirut, Lebanon

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