Amirkola Educational and Medical Center
Amirkola Children's Specialized Hospital (Shafizadeh Amirkola Hospital) in 1962 on a land with an area of 10,000 square meters with an infrastructure of about 7,000 square meters, including medical, administrative and facilities, by a benevolent and benevolent person named the late Haj Mohammad Sadegh Shafizadeh was built and handed over to the Red Crescent Society of Babol. This relief hospital started its treatment activity in early 1963 with 36 surgical beds and two emergency departments and an operating room with appropriate equipment and facilities.
After the glorious Islamic Revolution of Iran, this center was handed over to the health network of the city in May 1979, and in 1980, with the opening of an ophthalmology clinic, the number of surgeries increased.
With the start of the imposed war, Amirkola Administrative Hospital rushed to the aid of the wounded of the imposed war with two new wards, orthopedics and neurosurgery, as well as an ophthalmology ward.
This activity continued until 1991, until in the second half of the same year, according to the new policies of the Regional Health Organization, this center, after a short break, carried out major repairs and necessary reconstructions and special repairs in the type of equipment. And medical and treatment equipment was removed from the relief hospital and turned into a pediatric educational center. Since that year, new wards and buildings have been added to the hospital, and now Amirkola Children's Hospital offers 144 approved beds and wards under its service to customers.