List of hospitals in Tajikistan

The following is a list of hospitals in Tajikistan that includes the name, location and references.[2] Tajikistan government sources indicate that there were 325 hospitals in Tajikistan in 1986.[3] By 2007, the number of hospitals had grown to 426, according to the World Health Organization.[4]

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Hospital Istiqlol in Dushanbe[1]

Notable hospitalsEdit

Hospitals in Tajikistan
Name City/Coordinate Region References
Central District Hospital Kolhozabad Kolkhozobod, Rumi District Khatlon Region [2]
Central District Hospital Qumsangir Qumsangir District Khatlon Region [2]
Central District Hospital Konibodom Konibodom
40°16′42″N 70°25′51″E / 40.278426°N 70.430960°E / 40.278426; 70.430960 (Central District Hospital Konibodom)
Sughd Region [2]
Central District Hospital Qabodiyan Qabodiyon District Khatlon Region [2]
Isfara District Central Hospital Isfara
40°07′00″N 70°37′17″E / 40.116697°N 70.621493°E / 40.116697; 70.621493 (Isfara District Central Hospital)
Sughd Region [2][5][6]
Istaravshan District Central Hospital Istaravshan Sughd Region [2]
Central District Hospital Jirgatol Jirgatol District (village) Districts of Republican Subordination [2]
Central District Hospital Zafarabad Zafarabad (village), Zafarabad District Sughd Region [2]
Central District Hospital Jilikul Dusti (Jilikul District)
37°29′13″N 68°31′47″E / 37.487027°N 68.529606°E / 37.487027; 68.529606 (Central District Hospital Jilikul)
Khatlon Region [2]
Central Hospital Dangara Dangara (village)
38°06′04″N 69°20′05″E / 38.101052°N 69.334662°E / 38.101052; 69.334662 (Central Hospital Dangara)
Khatlon Region [2]
Central Hospital of Kulob Kulob Khatlon Region [2]
Central Hospital of Kurgan-Tube Kurgan-Tube (formerly Qurghonteppa Oblast) Khatlon Region [2]
Central Hospital Kayrakkum Kayrakkum Reservoir (near) Sughd Region [2]
Central District Hospital Muminabad Muminabad (village) Khatlon Region [2]
Matcha District Central Hospital Mastchoh District (Matcha)
40°22′05″N 69°19′31″E / 40.368056°N 69.325278°E / 40.368056; 69.325278 (Matcha District Central Hospital)
Sughd Region [2]
Central District Hospital of Nau Nau (village of Spitamen) Sughd Region [2]
Nurobad District Central Hospital Nurobad District (village of Darband) Districts of Republican Subordination [2]
Central District Hospital Parharskogo Parharksky (village of Parkhar (probably Farkhar Khatlon Region [2]
Central Hospital Nurak Nurak Khatlon Region [2]
Central Hospital Penjikent Panjakent Sughd Region [2]
Panj District Central Hospital Panj District Khatlon Region [2]
Central District Hospital named after A. Jami Abdurrahman Jami area Khatlon Region [2]
Central District Hospital named after B. Gafurov Kurgan-Tube (B. Gafurov Area) Khatlon Region [2]
Republican Ophthalmologic Center 238 R. Nabiyev St. Dushanbe [2]
Children's Surgical Hospital 4 Gorky St. Dushanbe [2]
Children's TB Hospital 45 Azizbayov St. Dushanbe [2]
Children's Regional Hospital Khujand Sughd Region [2]
Children's Hospital №2 133 Rudaki Ave.
38°36′02″N 68°47′13″E / 38.600553°N 68.786883°E / 38.600553; 68.786883 (Children's Hospital №2)
Dushanbe [2]
Children's Hospital of Infectious Diseases 20 Sheroz St.38°34′15″N 68°46′53″E / 38.570937°N 68.781390°E / 38.570937; 68.781390 (Children's Hospital of Infectious Diseases) Dushanbe [2]
City Clinical Hospital №1 Abay St.
38°32′22″N 68°45′08″E / 38.539551°N 68.752286°E / 38.539551; 68.752286 (City Clinical Hospital №1)
Dushanbe [6]
City Clinical Hospital №2 33 Sano St. Dushanbe [2]
City Clinical Hospital №3 3 and 6 Akademika Radjabov St. Dushanbe [2][7]
City Hospital №2 Khujand
40°15′57″N 69°38′32″E / 40.265729°N 69.642123°E / 40.265729; 69.642123 (City Hospital No. 2)
Sughd Region [2][6]
City Clinical Hospital S. Urunova (№1) Khujand, S. Urunova, 147a Gagarina St.40°16′27″N 69°38′40″E / 40.274275°N 69.644526°E / 40.274275; 69.644526 (City Clinical Hospital No. 1) Sughd Region [2]
Khorog General Hospital Khorog Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region [8]
Leninski Mental Hospital Dushanbe [9]
International Ibn Sina Clinic 38°34′54″N 68°46′57″E / 38.581548°N 68.782413°E / 38.581548; 68.782413 (International Ibn Sina Clinic) Dushanbe [10][11][12][6]
Aga Khan Health Service Khorog
37°29′24″N 71°34′59″E / 37.489990°N 71.583059°E / 37.489990; 71.583059 (Aga Khan Health Service)
Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region [10]
Prospekt Medical Clinic Dushanbe [10]
Nurafzo Diagnostic Centre Dushanbe [10]
Ananda SPA and Vendanta Medical Centre
38°35′14″N 68°47′49″E / 38.587086°N 68.796899°E / 38.587086; 68.796899 (Anada SPA and Vendata Medical Centre)
Dushanbe [10]
Hospital Istiqlol ул. Н.Карабоев 61
38°32′10″N 68°45′52″E / 38.536056°N 68.764395°E / 38.536056; 68.764395 (Hospital Istiqlo)
Dushanbe [1]
Central Military Hospital of the Ministry of Defense Dushanbe, 40 Years of Victory 1
38°32′15″N 68°46′01″E / 38.537478°N 68.766963°E / 38.537478; 68.766963 (Central Military Hospital)
Dushanbe [6]
Maternity Hospital № 1 (formerly № 3) Mirzo Tursunzoda Street
38°34′55″N 68°43′59″E / 38.581905°N 68.732939°E / 38.581905; 68.732939 (Maternity Hospital No. 1)
Dushanbe [6][13]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Hospital Istiqlol". Ansor. Retrieved September 27, 2020.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah "List of doctors and hospitals in Tajikistan". US Embassy, Tajikistan. Retrieved September 24, 2020.
  3. ^ Curtis, Glenn E., ed. (1996). Tajikistan: A Country Study. Washington: GPO for the Library of Congress.
  4. ^ Ghafur Khodjamurodov; Bernd Rechel (2010). Tajikistan Health System Review (PDF). WHO. p. XVIII.
  5. ^ "Isfara Hospital". HospitalBy. Retrieved September 27, 2020.
  6. ^ a b c d e f Google maps
  7. ^ "Hospital No. 3, Dushanbe". HospitalBy. Retrieved September 27, 2020.
  8. ^ Kassum, D. A.; Valji, A.; Gulyazov, S. (2003). "General surgery in a district hospital in Tajikistan: clinical impact of a partnership between visiting volunteers and host specialists". Canadian Journal of Surgery. 46 (5): 335–339. PMC 3211718. PMID 14577704.
  9. ^ "Relaunching mental health care in Tajikistan". Medecines Sans Frontieres. June 22, 2020.
  10. ^ a b c d e "Top ranked private hospitals in Tajikistan". Expat Financial. Retrieved September 27, 2020.
  11. ^ The term Ibn Sina is often referred to as Avicenna, a Persian polymath
  12. ^ "Doctors in Dushanbe". HospitalBy. Retrieved September 27, 2020.
  13. ^ "Leadership". Ministry of Health. Retrieved September 28, 2020.