News ID: 14456
Publish Date: 08 April 2014 - 00:00

Leader Outlines General Policies on Health Care

Navideshahed- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei in a proclamation sent to heads of Iran’s three branches of power outlined general policies on health care to raise the country’s hygienic standards and improve medical services.
The proclamation laying out a grand plan for “Health Care”? in Iran has been issued after consultations with the country’s Expediency Council and prepared on the basis of the Clause 1 of Article 110 of the Iranian Constitution.
The Supreme Leader emphasized the necessity for the materialization of the guidelines on “inclusive health and healthy humans”? in the country.
Ayatollah Khamenei also made clear that according to the Health Care general policies, prevention should have priority over cure.
The Leader further noted that compliance with those policies necessitates “updating hygienic and treatment procedures”? in Iran.
The proclamation also underlines that the health standards in Iran should be raised to the extent that the country would gain the top place in Southwest Asia.
It has also paid special attention to the improvement of mental health standards in the country, stressing that it would be possible by promoting the Islamic-Iranian lifestyle, strengthening the fundamentals of family, and removing the obstacles that could be a source of stress in the individual and social life.
The proclamation, issued on Monday, includes 14 articles, which provide general policies and measures that Iranian organizations should take to give a fresh impetus to the country’s health services.

The proclamation laying out a grand plan for “Health Care”? in Iran has been issued after consultations with the country’s Expediency Council and prepared on the basis of the Clause 1 of Article 110 of the Iranian Constitution. The Supreme Leader emphasized the necessity for the materialization of the guidelines on “inclusive health and healthy humans”? in the country. Ayatollah Khamenei also made clear that according to the Health Care general policies, prevention should have priority over cure. The Leader further noted that compliance with those policies necessitates “updating hygienic and treatment procedures”? in Iran. The proclamation also underlines that the health standards in Iran should be raised to the extent that the country would gain the top place in Southwest Asia. It has also paid special attention to the improvement of mental health standards in the country, stressing that it would be possible by promoting the Islamic-Iranian lifestyle, strengthening the fundamentals of family, and removing the obstacles that could be a source of stress in the individual and social life. The proclamation, issued on Monday, includes 14 articles, which provide general policies and measures that Iranian organizations should take to give a fresh impetus to the country’s health services.
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