International Private Hospitals Congress and Exhibition (IPH 2022) from 26 to 28 July 2022
Official Ceremony-27 July 2022
Majid Zengooei, The Secretary General of the Health Tourism Development Center of Islamic countries(HTDC), at the official ceremony stated: “We should focus on the branding of hospitals with more seriousness.” Additionally, This event is organized to improve the quality of the hospitals and medical services’ treatment, and it is based on the exchange of global experiences.
Mahdi Karimi, Chairman of the Policy Council of Health Tourism Development Center of Islamic Countries, stated at this conference that hospitals are the tip of the arrow for medical tourism, If the Ministry of Health of countries uses the capacities of private hospitals and empowers them in the treatment system, in the near future this issue will be raised. We will see medical centers that lead to currency acquisition and the introduction of new technologies.
Mohammad Ali Mohseni Bandapi- Vice Chairman of the Tourism and Cultural Heritage faction in the Parliament stated: Health tourism has always been welcomed by countries, and in recent years, Iran has had a brilliant record in this field, especially in the active private sectors, for this reason, the Islamic Council is fully at the service of activists in this field.
Ali Asghar Shalbafian deputy of “tourism” in the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts. said: The transfer of successful experiences in this Congress and Exhibition is a platform where each of the hospitals can share their successful experiences. In Iran, we need this concept and initiative very much. The requirement for this issue is that hospitals and treatment networks work side by side.
Ismail Leleh Ghani, the CEO of Refah Bank, also stated in this conference: Refah Bank has been with the public and private sectors during the Corona period, and despite the infection of 4,000 employees, not even a single day of service in medical centers was interrupted. Iran is a leader in the field of health.