43 Medical Centers Under Construction
43 Medical Centers Under Construction
Wednesday, July 25, 2018

43 Medical Centers Under Construction in Iran

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

43 Medical Centers Under Construction in Iran

Minister of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare Ali Rabiei said a total of 43 medical centers are under construction in Iran while studies are being carried out to soon build 58 more. 
In the inauguration ceremony of Shiraz Social Security Organization’s 320-bed hospital on July 30, Rabiei said last year, a total of 2,500 beds were added to the organization’s medical centers all over the country, the government’s news portal reported.
The high official also pointed out that the total number of beds created for the Social Security Organization over the past 60 years amounts to 6,000, considering the 2,500 created last year a feat.


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