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History

In 1969, a new project began to establish a well-equipped private hospital in the northern corner of the Fatemi Square (previously known as Shahram (Sajjad)). Initially, it was a semi-finished multi-floor building. Back at that time, a part of the road in front of the square was asphalt, and the rest made of gravel.
The hospital was completed and inaugurated in 7 floors equipped with 120 beds in 1970. It began to work as a free, excellent hospital possessing advanced facilities and equipment such as central oxygen, central suction, central radio, 3-segment adjustable beds, and all suites of general surgery, cardiology, and orthopedics in operation rooms, two delivery room, and recovery room.
The hospital was serving clients as the most equipped hospital in Tehran. Also in 1978; during the 8-year Iran-Iraq war, the hospital admitted and treated thousands of casualties for free. The hospital has been considered as a specialized hospital so far.