Iran's Razavi Hospital discusses direct admission of patients from Tajikistan
Razavi Hospital in Iran’s northeastern city of Mashhad is mulling systematic admission of international patients from the neighboring country Tajikistan.
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Director of Razavi Hospital, Mohsen Mehvar, in a meeting with Omid Karimi, representative of Tajik President in tourism affairs, discussed a new system for direct admission of Tajik patients at Razavi Hospital.
The meeting contained discussions over possibility of offering tourism services to the Tajik pilgrims and also systematic and direct referral of Tajik patients to the Razavi Hospital.
Getting familiar with various medical services including international patients departments and nuclear medicine ward, the Tajik group called for signing a memorandum of understanding to pave the way for attendance of Tajik pilgrims at Razavi Hospital.
Razavi Hospital is one of the most advanced medical centers in northeastern Iran with various diagnostic and treatment departments and an experienced staff of the most prominent professors and specialists in various medical fields.
The center has found its place in the health tourism industry in recent years absorbing numbers of patients from the Persian-speaking countries in the region naming Tajikistan.