History of Hazrat-e Aliasghar (P.B.U.H) of Shiraz
This hospital , which is adorned with the beautiful name of the son of commander of karbala, was utilized in an area of 18000 square meters including main building , landscape, parking and other parts in Meshkinfam street, opposite Homa Hotel as a pediatric Hospital in 1987. It continued its activities with adding pediatric neurology ward and reconstructive and plastic surgery and pediatric cancer wards from 1990 to 2002 and new utilization for internal and cardiac dx was started from 2003. Also , it has continued its activities due to moving the School of Management and Information to other place and increase of physical area and opening new internal ward with 60 beds with totally 159 beds so far. This hospital has put into operation new wards , such as internal ER, poisoning ER, CCU , ICU , Internal medicine , psychosomatic, neurology , urology , general surgery , ENT, ophthalmology and pediatric surgery. In order to present services to patients and by supportive from Shiraz University of Medical Sciences , it has utilized new dialysis, endoscopy, colonoscopy, CT scan , Sonography and echocardiography instruments.
Also , most tests are conducted in the laboratory of the hospital. Special and sub specially clinic of this hospital covers internal medicine , urology , ophthalmology , ENT, Pediatric surgery , general surgery , gynecology, GI, cardiology and psychology .
By the ambition of charitable a praying room and a hostel of persons accompanying patient were established in the hospital.
It is note that some treating wards of the hospital are unique in Fars Province.
1- Endo urology ward: With high activity and allocate the third position in Razi Festival by professor Amin Sharifi.
2- Onco urology ward: This ward has been opened recently and professor Zeighami manages it highly .
3- Poisoning ward : this hospital is the center of all poisonings in Fars Province.
4- Psychosomatic ward: this hospital is the only center of this disease all around Fars Province.
5- Negative pressure ICU ward: This ward covers patients suffering from tuberculosis resistant to treatment and H1N1 influenza in southern Iran.