Story of My Kidney Transplantation in Moheb Hospital
Patient's name: Hossein Ali Shahad
Country: Iraq, Baghdad
Reason of traveling to Moheb: Kidney transplantation
Phycisian(s): Dr. Hossein Nejadgashti, Dr. Mohammad Javad Soleymani
Ali's Story in Moheb Hospital
I'd suffered from kidney disease for many years. I travelled a lot of country to treat it but each time I faced with a lot of problems. For example I went to Apollo Hospital in India. They had some strange rules and asked me to bring all of my family's members to sign the satisfactory letter for the surgery. So I could not continue my treatment process there anymore. One of the other hospital that I referred was American Hospital in Beirut. They wanted me more than 65000$. Money was not my problem, although it was so expensive. Their treatment process was so long, so that my kidney donor passed away.
Then I came to Iran. I visited different hospitals. Unfortunately, I noticed that these Hospitals had not any systematic or regular treatment process, even in some of them they themselves were not sure what they should do. As I entered to Moheb Hospital, I was introduced to the head nurse of the ward which is responsible for Medical Tourism. Her name was Pary. Her explanation about the details of kidney transplantation was so clear and obvious that I began to trust on them.
Here everything is excellent. Dr Hossein Nezhadgashti is a good man. He introduced me a surgeon, Dr Soleymani. He also was a good man. The nurses here are very kind and completely know how to care the patients. Pary would visit me every day and inquire my conditions. I trust her too and l will never forgot her kindness.
In my idea, Moheb Hospital is the first in Middle East and it is as well equipped as the American Hospital was.
Ali's Father letter to Moheb (English)
Dear staff of Moheb Hospital
Following the release of my son, Ali, after kidney transplantation surgery, I am writing to express my deep gratitude and appreciation for your superior care. I'd like to particularly thank from my dear brother Dr Nezhadgashti and Mrs. Khosravany for their cooperative sense and relentless efforts. We also admire your great attention to "humanitarian mission". I wish you success and prosperity in the service of science.
Hossein Mashad, Ali's father