World Health Organization (WHO) considers the Saudi national healthcare program as a model for developing countries to adopt because of its high efficiency in providing fundamental healthcare services. Among the most significant healthcare indicators are the low infant mortality rate and the high life expectancy average, both points to a good human healthcare system.
The Saudi health system has several government and private hospitals staffed with qualified, distinguished doctors, and has latest medical infrastructure and equipment. It has medical programs for almost all society groups and segments assuring a quality baseline healthcare that is inclusive of less-privileged members of the society.
Additionally, there are number of insurance companies operating and providing healthcare coverage at private hospitals for businesses and individuals.