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The 2nd International Health Congress of Islamic Countries (HTDC) was held in Tehran, drawing attendees from all corners of the globe. The congress was aimed at discussing ways to improve healthcare access and outcomes in Islamic countries, while also exploring opportunities for international collaboration and investment.
Throughout the congress, attendees participated in a variety of discussions and workshops focused on topics such as healthcare innovation, medical education, and patient-centered care. The event provided an important opportunity for experts from around the world to share their knowledge and expertise, while also strengthening relationships and collaborations between Islamic countries.
The 2nd International Health Congress of Islamic Countries was a resounding success, highlighting the potential for international cooperation and investment in the healthcare sector. As countries continue to work together to improve healthcare access and outcomes, events like this will be crucial for promoting dialogue and collaboration across borders.
The 2nd International Health Congress of Islamic Countries (HTDC) took place in Tehran, where experts from around the world gathered to discuss the latest developments in healthcare, with a particular focus on medical tourism.
One of the highlights of the event was a speech by Majid Zangooei, the Secretary General of the HTDC. In his remarks, Zangooei welcomed the international guests and emphasized Iran’s potential for medical tourism. He highlighted the country’s high-quality medical facilities and skilled healthcare professionals, noting that Iran has the potential to become a leading destination for medical tourism.
Mehdi Karimi, the Chairman of the Policy Council of the Health Tourism Development Center of Islamic Countries, also spoke at the congress. Karimi discussed the challenges facing medical centers in Islamic countries, including barriers to investment and development. He stressed the importance of supporting medical centers to improve healthcare outcomes and increase access to quality care.
One of the key speakers at the event was Dr. Mohseni Bandpay, the vice president of the tourism sector of the parliament. In his speech, Dr. Bandpay highlighted the importance of medical tourism from social, cultural, and economic points of view. He also praised Iran’s growing prominence in the field, noting that the country ranks among the top 10 destinations for medical tourism globally.Dr. Bandpay went on to explain that Iran’s success in medical tourism is due to a combination of factors, including the availability of highly skilled surgeons, world-class hospitals, and affordable prices. He also emphasized that the Iranian government is committed to further developing the country’s medical tourism industry, promising a big change in the near future.
The congress provided an important platform for experts to share their knowledge and experience on a range of healthcare-related topics, including innovations in medical technology, patient safety, and the role of healthcare in supporting economic growth.
Another key speaker at the 2nd International Health Congress of Islamic Countries (HTDC) was Dr. Dashti Ardakani, who emphasized the importance of medical tourism in Iran.
In his speech, Dr. Ardakani referred to the supreme leader of the country, Ayatollah Khamenei’s remarks on the topic. The supreme leader has highlighted the importance of medical tourism as a means of promoting economic growth and improving healthcare outcomes in the country.Dr. Ardakani echoed these sentiments, emphasizing the potential for medical tourism to drive economic development in Iran, while also improving access to quality healthcare for both domestic and international patients. He promised the cooperation of different institutions to develop medical tourism in all provinces of the country.
Dr. Ardakani’s remarks on the importance of medical tourism in Iran further underscored the potential for this industry to drive economic growth and improve healthcare outcomes in the country.
The 2nd International Health Congress of Islamic Countries (HTDC) drew to a close in Tehran, marking the end of an eventful two days of discussion and collaboration between healthcare experts from around the world. On the final day of the congress, standout participants were recognized for their outstanding work in the field of medical tourism.
Mrs. Najafi, the CEO of MedPalTrip, was selected as one of the best CEOs in running one of the best medical tourism agencies in the country and received a prize in recognition of her achievements. MedPalTrip is recognized as a leading medical tourism agency that specializes in connecting patients with high-quality medical facilities and experienced healthcare providers in Iran.
Mrs. Najafi’s recognition is a testament to the agency’s commitment to providing high-quality services to patients from around the world, while also promoting the growth of Iran’s medical tourism industry.
The recognition of Mrs. Najafi highlights the important role that medical tourism can play in driving economic growth and improving healthcare outcomes in Iran. As the country continues to build its reputation as a leading destination for medical tourism, agencies like MedPalTrip will play an increasingly important role in connecting patients with the best healthcare providers and facilities in the country.