Sarallah Hospital in Mehrshahr Karaj was possession transition to Nedaye Salamat Farsar Alborz Co. dated on July 23rd, 2017.
The hospital has been Possession transitioned to the Nedaye Salamat Farsar Alborz Co. by 15 years managerial assignment. Sarallah Hospital is located south of Tehran-Karaj highway and southwest of Karaj city in Mehrshahr area, in Eram Boulevard. The foundation of hospital complex is 3650 m2 and the area of hospital building is 2420 m2.
This place has been in the possession of Shahid Ghazali Kouyeh Farhang Center for providing health services to the people of the area from September of 2007 to September of 2009.
Due to the requirement of the local people for hospital services and the decision of the authorities of Alborz province, this place has been transformed from polyclinic to Sarallah hospital under observation of Iran University of Medical Sciences. Progress was suspended until the designation of the contractor company and commencement of the refurbishment was due to problems that persisted until 2009. In 2010 due to upgrading Karaj health network into university of medical sciences and the dissolution of the Iran University of Medical Sciences, there were some problems with the implementation of the operation. From the second half of 2010, with the sincere efforts and diligent pursuit of the Alborz University of Medical Sciences manager rehabilitation operations were commenced promptly, along with the necessary hospital equipment.
It should be noted that because of its nominal similarity with the Imam Hosein Hospital affiliated with the Kahrizak Mohammad Shahr charity and the prevention of problems, the name of Sarallah (one of the Sayyid al-Shohada's namesake) was chosen for it.
On April 13th 2011, first phase of a hospital including Emergency room, Outpatient Services and Pharmacy was tentatively inaugurated with presence of Alborz University of Medical Sciences chairman, its deputies and a group of university and respected district officials, and since mentioned date, about 250 patients have been examined for free daily.