RAJAIE CARDIOVASCULAR, MEDICAL, AND RESEARCH CENTER

Rajaie Cardiovascular, Medical, and Research Center is one of the largest specialist and subspecialist centers in the Middle East. The center was inaugurated in 1973 in an area of 11 hectares and initial capacity of 40 beds. Forty years on, the center now ranks among the most prestigious cardiovascular centers in the region. The center currently features a total of 601 beds—comprised of 93 CCU beds, 59 Cardiac Surgery ICU beds, 58 Post-CCU beds, 42 Post-ICU beds, 12 Medical ICU beds, 113 Adult Cardiac Ward beds, 90 Pediatric Ward beds, 87 Cardiovascular Surgery Ward beds, 11 Diplomat Ward beds, 32 VIP Ward beds, and 22 Emergency Ward CCU beds.

The center also boasts a 13-bed Emergency Ward, 13 Operating Rooms, a 5-room Adult Interventional Catheterization Laboratory, a 2-room Adult Interventional Catheterization Laboratory, and a 4-room Electrophysiology Study Ward. On average and on a daily basis, 70 hospitalizations, 20 surgical operations, 80 catheterization laboratory procedures, and 40 electrophysiology procedures are performed in the center.

The center’s paraclinical wards comprise Adult Echocardiography, Pediatric Echocardiography, Holter Monitoring, Exercise Test, Radiology, Sonography, Laboratory, Nuclear Medicine, CT Scan, MRI, CT Angiography, Endoscopy, Recto-colonoscopy, Spirometry, Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy, and Neuro-electrodiagnosis. These paraclinical wards serve approximately 700 inpatients daily.

The center currently enjoys the services of over 1700 staff members, 92 full-time medical faculty members, and 169 residents, specialist fellows, and subspecialist fellows in various cardiovascular disciplines.

The center has recently been awarded the title “Centre of Excellence in Cardiovascular Medicine” by the Iranian Ministry of Health and Higher Education in recognition of the state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge treatment modalities which it offers through its highly qualified medical and non-medical personnel.

 

Peripheral Vascular Diseases Department:

Since 2014, our hospital planned to found a fully equipped and highly specialized ward with a focus on peripheral vascular diseases, which led to the dedication of outpatient clinics, noninvasive laboratories, and separate cath-lab rooms alongside trained interventionists to endovascular procedures.

Our department is widely acknowledged as a trailblazing peripheral endovascular treatment center in the country on the strength of the excellent services it provides to a growing number of referral patients from cardiovascular clinics and other hospitals.

Aortoiliac and femoropopliteal occlusive diseases, critical limb ischemia, aortic aneurysmal disorders, acute and chronic venous obstruction, and even varicose veins are among the most notable fields currently managed in our center. As a pioneering center in Iran, our short-term program is to train highly-qualified endovascular fellows.

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