Patients Residences

The patients’ residences are comprised of 24 wards with 1750 bed capacity within 7 different complexes.

  • Narvan Complex

Narvan is the oldest building of the sanitorium dedicated to care of elderly women.  It was built in 1973 and has expanded over the years.  It was renovated in 2006 and the patients are housed and cared for in 6 wards in the 2-story building with an area of 5,430 sq. m.

The disabled and partially disabled, mentally disabled and blind are housed as follows:

  • Narvan 1: Elderly women with mental awareness and ability to walk with aid of a cane or a walker
  • Narvan 2: Elderly women with mental awareness and ability to walk
  • Narvan 3: Elderly women with dementia, bedridden or mobile
  • Narvan 4: Blind elderly women, bedridden or mobile
  • Narvan 5: Elderly women with full or partial awareness
  • Narvan 6: Disabled and fully aware elderly women
  • Banafsheh Complex

This section houses elderly women and men and has a connecting passageway to the green space surrounding the various wards.  This complex opened in 1990 and consists of 5 wards with an area of 6,912 sq. m.

  • Banafsheh 1: Elderly men with mental awareness and ability to walk
  • Banafsheh 2: Elderly men with mental awareness and ability to walk with aid of a cane or a walker
  • Banafsheh 3: Elderly men with mental awareness and ability to walk with aid of a wheelchair
  • Banafsheh 4: Elderly men with dementia, bedridden or mobile and/or blind
  • Banafsheh 5: Elderly women with partial mental awareness and ability to walk with a wheelchair
  • Arghavan Complex

This section houses middle-aged women and men with physical & mental disability. This complex opened in 1994 and consists of 5 separate wards with an area of 8,475sq. m.  This complex is divided into wards based on age, gender, mental and physical ability of the patients.

  • Arghavan 1: Young women with physical and mobility disability
  • Arghavan 2: Young women with mental, physical and mobility disability
  • Arghavan 3: Middle-aged women with mental, physical and mobility disability
  • Arghavan 4: Middle-aged men with mental, physical and mobility disability
  • Arghavan 5: Young men with physical and mobility disability
  • Yas Complex

This complex constructed in 1995 is the first centre for 24-hour care for male and female MS patients in Iran and consists of 2 stories with an area of 4,860 sq. m. acceptance of patients is based on the results of their CT scan MRI.  The male patients are cared for in the 1st floor (Aria Wing) and female patients are housed on the 2nd floor (Tina Wing).  The cost for construction of this building was donated a very generous family.

  • Treatment Ward Complex

The treatment centre is adjacent to the centre’s clinic and serves the severely ill needy patients who require special care.  This building became operational in 2000.  Many of the patients at this centre suffer from bedsores, fractures and infectious diseases.

This complex is comprised of:

  • New Patient Intake Ward (Shekoufeha)

This ward, with an area of 1,400 sq. m., was build by financial donation of a generous family and is equipped with 32 beds for male and female patients.  This is where initial medical assessments and evaluations such as x-ray, physical and psychological tests are conducted.  The new referrals are monitored for one week here before they are admitted to a specific ward on a permanent basis.

  • Women’s Treatment Ward

All female patients who suffer from bedsores, fractures and infectious diseases and require specialized care are treated in this ward and then returned to their assigned wards.

  • Men’s Treatment Ward

All male patients who suffer from the aforementioned conditions are treated in this ward and then returned to their assigned wards.

Paid physicians along with volunteer doctors provide supervision and medical services around the clock.