Clinical Services for the victims
Our Clinical Services
We provide clinical services in the areas of mental health, screening and family medicine, care for the victims of sexual assault and many more. For our clinical appointment system please refer to this page.
The Clinical group of the Iranian Physician and Healthcare Providers Association has a mission to use the skills and knowledge of its members to provide medical and psychological support and or service to those in need especially during the current civil uprising in Iran. We stand in solidarity with all those working towards a more just and free society in Iran and will do everything in our power to ensure that the medical needs of those in suffering are met. As such, we are committed to providing compassionate and effective care to all those who seek our assistance and striving to be a beacon of hope and healing for those fighting for a better future for themselves and our country, Iran.
Working in partnership with global Iranian healthcare communities, we strive to improve access to healthcare services for Iranians, and in particular, those who need the following services:
Biomedical health services
People wounded/harmed due to participating in protests who do not feel safe referring to healthcare premises inside Iran. This includes:
- Wounds related to losing eye(s) or eyesight, including the required ongoing care.
- Bullet wounds (pellet guns or firearms)
- Broken bones
- Tissue rupture, laceration, and contusion
- Ongoing care for various wounds
Mental health services
- People suffering from PTSD due to events following the murder of Mahsa Amini.
- People suffering from PTSD due to imprisonment, arrest, and torture.
- People struggling with mental health issues due to a recent disability related to their participation in protests, particularly those who have lost eye(s), limb(s), or various degrees of mobility.
- Students struggling with mental health issues related to their arrest, educational bans, and other inhuman forms of punishment and abuse.
- People struggling from mental health issues related to the ongoing abuse of Islamic Republic agents following their release from detention centers.
- We believe in equity and compassion:
We treat all human being with dignity, respect, and compassion, regardless of their race, gender, sex, religious beliefs, potential disabilities, and socioeconomic status.
- We believe in confidentiality:
Confidentiality is one of the fundamental principles of medical practice, and a core value to our services. As such, health care providers who have access to patients’ information though IIPHA have a commitment to keep patients’ personal health information private unless they provide written consent and allow us to use their information as a support for reports related to human rights violations of the Islamic Republic.
- We believe in humility and collaboration:
We acknowledge the efforts of various groups in providing care to the Iranian community during the Woman, Life, Freedom revolution, and strive to complement and promote their services through collaboration and teamwork.