4D Medical Call Centers Co., Ltd. is a national, specialized, medical consulting company. Our highly skilled team that has developed horizontal experience in the challenges facing healthcare, the trend, and the innovative solutions that have been implemented in the most advanced centers in North America and Europe.

Healthcare is one of the most challenging practices worldwide. Organizations have different visions and strategies, all of which have to undergo extensive planning to arrive at clear goals and objectives. The operation of public and private hospitals and medical centers also faces challenges even just to meet the most basic requirements.

Automation has been proven to be the tool for maintaining efficient operation. The revolution of health information technology over the last decade paved the way for increasing methods to effectively manage healthcare facilities and programs, resulting to an equivalent increased quality of care.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is, at present, living through the highest time in history in terms of investing and spending on healthcare. New projects, ever on the rise, require thoughtful planning, monitoring, building, equipping, commissioning and operating. To help organizations in facilitating these crucial tasks is the 4D objective.


Medical networking

Medical staffing and recruiting

Medical equipment planning

Medical auditing

Medical content

Medical and health IT solutions

Medical call centers

Health information system selection and implementation

Building international medical cooperation

Preparation for local and international classification

Operational reviews

Organizational structure

Departmental planning

Program planning

Facility planning

Supply chain planning

Preparation for local and international classification

Qualifying service providers to apply medical coding accredited by the Medical Insurance Council

Augmenting academic centers and colleges applying standards set by the National Commission for Academic Accreditation and Assessment (NCAAA)

Qualifying service providers to obtain certificates from the Central Board for Accreditation of Healthcare Institutions (CBAHI) and the Joint Commission International Accreditation (JCIA)
Committed to Excellence


Institutions geared towards eHealth services and eLearning.

Government agencies involved in planning, financing, or executing health policies and programs.

Investors interested in the healthcare industry. 4D can provide support, starting from conducting feasibility studies, planning, supervising, equipping, and operating.

Universities and health education institutions that need assistance related to curriculum development, adopting innovative educational solutions, or assessment or recruitment of faculty staff.

Hospitals and medical facilities, whether government or NGOs, that are interested in operational reviews, considering expansion, adding new programs, readying for accreditation, or adopting IT solutions.


Dr. Fahad S. Alorifi

MD, FAAP, FACEP, ABP Expanded Professional Achievement
After completing his B.Sc. Degree in Medicine, Dr. Fahad Alorifi continued his postgraduate studies to specialize in Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at McGill University, Canada. He was the first Saudi physician to obtain the American Board of Pediatrics certification in 1993, the Neonatal Aeromedical Transport certification in 1996, and the Pediatric Emergency Medicine certification in 1998.
Over the past 25 years, he spearheaded various programs and projects, such as the upgrade of telemedicine networks, the launch of national tele-ICU programs, and the establishment of satellite clinics for Saudi Ministry of Health hospitals throughout the Kingdom. He also forged relationships with international institutions for second medical opinion.
His tenure as Director of the eHealth Center at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center led to its recognition by the World Health Organization as the KFSH&RC-WHO Collaborating Center on eHealth for the Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office (EMRO) and his being named Director of the WHO eHealth Center.
The country’s healthcare system has dramatically improved over the last three decades, but there is still much-needed work ahead. We still face obstacles especially in the shortage of medical workforce, accessibility of quality care and services, and utilization of electronic health systems. The answer can be found by looking to the future. Healthcare is ever dynamic, and so is technology. By continuing to adapt breakthroughs in data transfer and communication—integrating them into medical practices—these obstacles are not only overcome, but also converted into avenues for expansion.

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