Khoda dust Eye Hospital

The hospital has 32 active beds, including:
• Two parts of surgery admition
• Two rooms for general eye surgery and LASIK surgery
• Emergency room

Dr. KHODADOUST EYE HOSPITAL was officially established, equipped and launched in Shiraz in 2003, with the help of God, by Professor Ali Asghar Khodadoust. It was established to provide hospital services for those seeking eye treatments.
This specialized eye hospital continues to work with the help of the most experienced and committed ophthalmologists and surgeons in Iran with the aim of providing the highest level of surgical and therapeutic services.
In this regard and in order to improve the quality and continuous improvement of its medical and nursing services, we are taking into account the requirements of the standard of accreditation, safety, and the international standard of ISO 9001: 2015, and determine the policy and main approaches of the hospital to inform all interested parties (employees, patients, etc.); so all the doctors, managers and staff of the hospital are committed to meet the quality and safety objectives associated with them.

1.Maintaining and improving the quality of ocular surgical and therapeutic services and utilizing modern hardware and software equipment.
2.Observing all national standards (Accreditation and Safety Standards) and international standards (ISO 9001: 2015).
3.Increasing the satisfaction of patients and their fellows through respect for their opinions, criticisms, suggestions and careful consideration of their complaints.
4.Promoting the scientific and professional level of all the staff of the hospital through education and maintaining their health and safety as the most important capitals of the hospital.

To improve the quality of health services and increase the effectiveness of treatment and care through education, the hospital has implemented the following policies:

* 1. Institutionalize health improvement. 2. Training the patient and his fellows and
inviting them to counseling centers. 3. Promoting the health of diabetic and glaucoma patients with special trainings. 4. Selection and introduction of a person as the responsible person for the health of patients in order to participate in reducing the per capita cost of health of the country through the prevention and promotion of health.