Isfahan Christian Hospital

This hospital was built on a land area of 11,000 metres, which was purchased by a businessman named Amin al-Sharia in the neighbourhood of Tabrizihai, Isfahan, for the Church Missionary Society (CMS), and its deed was registered under the name of the Church Missionary Society. The English missionaries dedicated the Christian Hospital with 7,500 metres of infrastructure on that land to the Anglican Church Society. This hospital is bordered by Pars Street from the north, Abbas Abad from the south, Shahnaz Street (Pahlavi period) or Shamsabadi (post-revolutionary period) from the east, and Divar Divar Church from the west.