Fatemeh Masoumeh Hospital
The Fatemeh Masoumeh Center was founded in 1931 under the name Thalassemia Center of Qom. After several years, the name of the hospital changed to the children's hospital, and began its extensive work in 1976.
This center was a government and 24-hour medical attention center with several separate wards including:
Paraclinical services such as laboratory, radiology, sonography, electrocardiography, electroencephalography and endoscopy were also performed at the center.
In February 2009, the Children's Hospital developed more and began its educational and therapeutic activities with the aim of educating students in various medical fields. This work was supported by the Qom University of Medical Sciences.
Now, the center has presented its specialized activities to the children and infants of the province in the fields of endocrinology, infectious diseases, gastroenterology, neurology, nephrology, cardiology, and oncology. From this point of view, this center is the only Pediatric Reference Hospital in the province.
With the presence of experienced doctors and experts, the hospital's activities are still ongoing.
It should be noted that this hospital is the only free and desirable service center for treatment, counseling and assistance to PKU patients.
In the current situation, this center is divided into 4 floors with 196 beds in an effort to improve the health of the community and to obtain patient satisfaction.
Infectious ward I
Infectious ward II
Address: Imam Khomeini St., Qom, Iran.
P.O. Box: 15539-37198
SMS system: 3000722712
Reception time: 24-h
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