Equipment sought for Tehran hospital:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Tenders are being invited for the supply and installation of a wide range of medical and hospital equipment for a 330-bed specialist hospital in Tehran. Although manufacturers will be given preference, equipment suppliers may also bid, providing they can offer after-sale service. The list of devices required includes MRI, ECG, ultrasound, X-ray, laboratory and surgical equipment. Tender documents and details of the Islamic Development Bank-funded project are available (price IR 3,000/$333) from: Tehran Cardiovascular Therapy and Research Centre No 20, 2nd St N Kargar Ave, Tehran, Iran. Fax: +98 21 800 6558. Closing date: November 15th.
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