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Kowsar Mashiz foundation has allocated a further 3 bilion Rials to equip newly stablished Javad Al-aemeh Hospital in Narmashir city, has taken another step towards improving the health of the deprived areas of the country
Afarineshebartar-Kowsar Mashiz institute as one of the largest charities is active in the field of health in deprived areas and to giving a hand from government for eliminate the deprivation of the area, have been provided to supplies some of the needed equipment and tooling the 38 bed Javad Al-aemeh hospital in Narmashir.
The construction of this hospital has begun on an area of 39,000 square meters and an area of 2,500 square meters in one floor since 1395, and now it has completed the completion and equipping with 90 percent of the physical progress. The hospital has the capacity to activate 64 hospital beds, and so far 38 beds have 9 beds, 9 beds and 9 beds in the women's ward and 11 beds in the pediatric ward.
Kowsar Mashiz charity has allocated a further 3 billion Rials to equip the newly established Javad Al-aemah Hospital in Narmashir city, and has taken another step towards improving the health of the deprived areas of the country. The credit allocated by the institution for equipping the hospital with centrifugal oxygen products (medical gas equipment), the construction and installation of laboratory platforms and some other essential supplies are spent.
Javad Al-aemeh Hospital was visited by Dr. Hassan Ghazizadeh Hashemi, Minister of Hygiene and Medical Education, in January 2012, and emphasized on completing and equipping it as soon as possible.
The charity of Kowsar Mashiz, the gold medalist of Iran's social responsibility, has four clinic complex in Tehran, Kerman and Mahan clinics in order to provide health services to its compatriots, and especially the poor, to take effective steps towards improving the health of the country and now also with Equipping Narmashir Hospital will reaffirm its benevolent goals.