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ستاره غیر فعالستاره غیر فعالستاره غیر فعالستاره غیر فعالستاره غیر فعال
 

History of Vascular Surgery

Mashhad University of Medical Sciences did not have an independent department of vascular surgery until 2000, this year following the invitation of the faculty and professor of Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Mohammad Hadi Saeed Moghadegh, at the invitation of the University of Mashhad with the mission of launching a specialty of vascular surgery in Shahrivar. In 2000, he was transferred to Mashhad and started the independent specialized unit of Vascular Surgery in Imam Reza Hospital in Mashhad for the first time with 18 beds approved in February of that year. In the following years, they started the Vocational and Endovascular Surgery Research Center and finally the Endovascular Unit (Angioplasty). Prior to that, part of the coronary artery disease was treated by some professors of general surgery and thoracic surgeons and the late Dr. Hosseinzadeh (vascular surgeon). Of course, this department and its facilities were transferred to the Alavi Hospital in order to enhance the field and at the University's decision, which is currently headed by Dr. Moghadegh

 

Vision Statement

Providing diagnostic medical services related to vascular surgery using the latest technology and knowledge of the world.

To meet the specialized needs of the eastern part of the country in the provision of specialized vascular surgery services.

Providing quality services with the least accepted morbidity and mortality worldwide.

Establishing a national pole for vascular surgery.

Introduce the hospital as an internationally recognized center.

Establishing a tourism tourism hub in the field of vascular surgery.

Provide training services to supply specialized personnel at various levels throughout the country.

Establishing adequate and adequate public awareness of vascular surgery knowledge and related diseases based on public education and media communication.

Preventing injuries caused by vascular diseases at community level.

Providing free services to vulnerable and disadvantaged people.