The purpose of this study is to examine the role of learning organization (LO) paradigm in forming and developing the intellectual capital (IC) in Jordanian hospitals. As well as, to assess differences between governmental and private Jordanian hospitals regarding practices the learning organization, and intellectual capital dimensions. Scientific methodology been followed based on deductive approach, as well as descriptive and analytical methods are used. Hypothesis was set to validate if: There is a significance influence for LO paradigm in forming and developing the IC in hospitals under study. where the field of application was, Jordanian hospitals running under healthcare sector, and data collection methods represented with secondary data, which obtained through the records of organizations under study, as well as the primary data through participants' perceptions toward the research terms by using the questionnaire as an instrument for research. The study was limited to a sample of four private hospitals and four government hospitals, which could be considere as the largest hospitals working in the healthcare sector in Jordan, with n = 351 and 355, for private and public hospitals respectively, and total sample 706. The outcomes of the study indicate that there is a significant impact for practicing the overall dimensions of LO in Jordanian hospitals on forming and developing each of human, structural, and customer capital. As well as, found that there is a significant impact for practicing the overall dimensions of LO in Jordanian hospitals on forming and developing the overall IC. The study identifies the LO and IC dimensions in the jordanian healthcare sector, which might be regarded as a developing country and its important for such countries to consider. The study came with developing questionnaire as an instrument to evaluate LO and IC. Application of the tool facilitates other divisions in such sector to analyze the status.