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Karimian A. Tutia Medical Center: An Iranian Historical Hospital. SJRM. 2019; 3 (1) :33-39
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Governmental Management Training Center, Tehran, Iran , ali_karimiyan_2011@yahoo.com
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Introduction: In the last century, in addition to the establishment of public hospitals, and health centers, charity-based or private (non-governmental) medical centers are also established, to solve public health problems. Over time, some of these centers continue to expand their continuous activity, while some others are remained in the memories and in the history. Among the centers that can be searched in history is Tutia medical center, which was established by Dr. Mohamadalikhan Tutia. This article tries to fully explain the history of Tutia medical center, but unfortunately, there were only a few documents and booklets about it at the National Archives of Iran and no information was found in other publications and books; thus, we considered the mentioned documents as the cornerstone of Tutia medical center’s history and hope that in the future, other unlisted documents completely address the performance and the duration of activities of this center.
Conclusion: In the present century, in addition to public hospitals, several charity-based and non governmental/private medical centers are also established, such as Tutia medical center, which was established by Mohammad Ali Khan. The author of this article tried to merely preserve a written name of Tutia medical center in the history. 

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Received: 2017/07/20 | Accepted: 2017/11/11 | Published: 2019/01/4

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