Cardiac services previously provided by the Riyadh Armed Forces Hospital was eventually crowned by the establishing of Prince Sultan Cardiac Center to act as a specialized and independent center to provide complete therapeutic and preventive cardiac medical services to all Saudi Armed Forces personnel and their dependants and other patients eligible for treatment.

PSCC is a four-storey, five- level building designed to accommodate 174 beds and holds four (4) operating theaters, four (4) catheterization labs, one (1) cardiac electrophysiology lab and (2) nuclear cardiology stress labs.

Since its inauguration on September 11, 1996 by the late Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz, PSCC has realized marvelous achievements at international level in the quality of services provided and medical advancements, including but not limited to, establishment of a new Gama camera system , opening of the adult congenital heart diseases unit with an addition of (6) extra beds. In addition, the year 2008 witnessed a comprehensive upgrade of both Catheterization Labs. (3) & (4)and the ICIP system; installment of the new automated drug dispensing system for in-patients; expansion and upgrade of the cardiac Electrophysiology lab; the inauguration of the clinical information archiving project; follow up the construction of the new OPD building (12) beside other future projects.​

The Prince Sultan Center for Cardiac Medicine and Surgery in Qassim is the first medical institution specializing in cardiac medicine and surgery for adults and children in the Qassim region. The center is characterized by an advanced infrastructure within the highest international standards in addition to distinguished medical technology and medical staff who are at the highest levels of scientific excellence and efficiency.

It is operated The center is part of the self-employment program and under the direct supervision of the health cluster in the Qassim region. The center’s capacity is 50 beds, and it should be noted that there is a need for more treatment beds in the coming years in light of the continuous increase in the number of patients.