Italy to Build Hospital in Iran’s Isfahan

An Italian company is set to build a 1,500-bed hospital in this historical city in central Iran.

The agreement was inked by Italian healthcare company ‘San Donato’ and Isfahan University of Medical Sciences on Sunday May 15.
It was signed on the sidelines of the 1st International Forum for Investment Opportunities in the IRI Health System, which opened in Tehran on May 15 in the presence of the Minister of Health and Medical Education, Hassan Hashemi.

At the two-day forum, 16 agreements on health cooperation between Iran and foreign investors have been signed. Most of those agreements were related to cooperation in hospital construction.

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