Middle East’s Biggest Emergency Center Opens in Iran
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iran's Health Minister Seyed Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi inaugurated a new medical emergency center in northeast of the country on Monday morning, which is also the biggest one in the Middle East.
The medical treatment facility, named ‘Edalatian Emergency Center’, is located in Iran’s northeastern city of Mashhad, and provides round-the-clock medical care for a broad spectrum of illnesses and injuries.
The newly-inaugurated facility is reportedly the biggest integrated emergency center and intensive care unit (ICU) department in the Middle East.
Edalatian Emergency Center is equipped with 50 hospital beds, 85 ICU patient rooms, 3 operation rooms, CT scanning equipment, laboratory and other conventional facilities that are necessary in an emergency department.
The center is also staffed by 10 emergency medicine specialists and nearly 450 nurses and service personnel.