LeadIran and Oman Collaborate to Boost Medical Tourism and Humanitarian Projects

Iran and Oman Collaborate to Boost Medical Tourism and Humanitarian Projects

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Muscat, Oman: The Secretary-General of the Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS) and officials from Omani ministries recently engaged in discussions focused on expanding collaborative efforts between Iran and Oman in medical, humanitarian, and health tourism ventures between during a meeting in Muscat.

Yaghoub Soleimani, accompanied by Ali Najafi, Tehran’s ambassador to Oman, underlined the significance of advancing the completion of an IRCS hospital in Oman, highlighting the mutual commitment to the successful implementation of the project. Saeed Karimi, the deputy Health minister, highlighted Iran’s growing prominence in the medical tourism domain, citing a substantial influx of foreign patients seeking medical treatment services across various specialties, with infertility treatment leading the charge. These services have attracted patients from 164 countries worldwide, generating significant revenues for the Iranian healthcare sector.

Highlighting Iran’s blooming appeal as an affordable and high-quality healthcare destination, experts marked the country’s robust medical infrastructure, skilled medical professionals, and advanced technologies. The Shiraz University of Medical Sciences established an office dedicated to medical tourism in Oman to capitalize on this advantage, aiming to attract medical tourists from the Sultanate.

Also Read: Iran Attracts One Million Medical Tourists Annually: A Thriving Hub for Affordable Healthcare

Iran and Oman anticipate that their collaboration in the field of medical tourism will yield mutually beneficial outcomes. Iran is ready to significantly increase its medical tourism revenues while providing cost-effective, first-rate healthcare services to a diverse international patient base.

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