Gandhi Hotel-Hospital complex, with an area of over 32,000 square meters, in 22 floors for diagnosis, treatment and accommodations and 11 floors for specialized clinics which have been designed according to the international standards
The specialized (private) Erfan hotel-hospital, was established on December 12, 2006, to provide advanced healthcare and care services with the aim of adhering to human values. The hospital has 200 active beds, including private rooms (with two beds), VIP beds and 70 special beds
On June 27th, 2011 Nikan hospital-hotel was officially opened. During the first year of evaluation, Nikan got the first high rank in Accreditation and Patient safety and became the first private hospital in Iran to earn the Green Award International certificate.
Born out of the former Ebnesina clinic in June 2007, Ebnesina Hospital, (named after Avicenna or Ibn Sina, the great Iranian polymath and physician of the 10th century) is located in Sadeghieh district in the west of Tehran.
Founded in 1959 by a group of young dedicated US and Europe-educated physicians, Pars Hospital is one of the oldest private hospitals in Iran. Initially located on France Avenue, Tehran, the hospital was relocated to Keshavarz Boulevard after a new building was constructed.
Bahman Hospital opened in 2008 in Shahrak-e Gharb (Qarb Town) in the northwest of Tehran. With high-tech medical equipment and highly-trained doctors, Bahman Hospital gained a lot of reputation despite the presence of numerous public medical centers in the area. The hospital offers the most sophisticated diagnostic, medical and paraclinical services using up-to-date technologies.
Jam Hospital was founded by a group of mostly US-educated doctors in 1971 to become one of the most modern medical centers in Tehran, enjoying 3 advanced operating theaters and equipped with the most sophisticated radiology and cardiology devices at that time.