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Hossein Khan Motamed

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Hossein Khan Motamed, M.D. (also known as Doctor Hossein Khan Motamed) (born in 1893–death in 1955) was an Iranian surgeon and founder of Motamed Hospital in Tehran, Iran. Decorated with first (1925) and second place (1917) for the Scientific Medal of Iran. Biography Early life Hossein Motamed was born February 26, 1893, in Tehran Iran. He was the son of Abdol Karim Motamed (Motamed ol Hokama) and Kokab GolSorkhi. He graduated from the Medical School of Tehran, Tehran University in 1915 later to be known as Tehran University of Medical Sciences, and also studied and completed his Residency (medicine) abroad in Paris Université de Paris and Paris hospitals in France. He married Azizol Molouk Maham in 1922. His children; Fereydoun Motamed, Fahimeh Motamed Thomas, M.D., and Manuchehr Motamed, M.D. Work Hossein Khan Motamed began his career as an assistant surgeon in City Hospital of Tehran, 1915–1917. In a short time he became the chief of surger
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