Zelveian National Institute of Health
(ՀԱՅԱՍՏԱՆԻ ՀԱՆՐԱՊԵՏՈՒԹՅԱՆ ԱՌՈՂՋԱՊԱՀՈՒԹՅԱՆ ՆԱԽԱՐԱՐՈՒԹՅՈՒՆ)
Tel: (+374 10) 23-71-34
Tel: (+374 10) 23-01-91
Aleksandr Bazarjyan - Director
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The Zelveian National Institute of Health was founded by the Armenian Ministry of Health, which continues to manage it today.
The National Institute of Health aims to improve the quality of health services provided to the people of Armenia by implementing national clinical guidelines and clinical practices developed through national investment.
The key functions are:
1. Development of medical clinical guidelines
2. Clinical standards, standardization bodies responsible for functions, structural and financial assurance mechanisms, implementation, and control
3. Assessment of the health system's effectiveness in data collection
4. The preparation of national reports
5. Human resources
Armenia National CDC
Tel: (+374 10) 62-13-36, (+374 10) 61-33-93
Yerevan, st. David Malyan, 37
Artavazd Vanyan - Director
The mission of the Republic of Armenia’s Ministry of Health is to develop and implement public health policies that focus on sanitation, primary and specialized medical care, mother and child health care, and disability and mortality reduction. The Ministry of Health is dedicated to ensuring that health care is accessible and that the quality of health services is high.
In 1946, the Soviet government reorganized The Ministry of Social Care and Reconstruction into The Ministry of Health until 1991 when Armenia was declared as an independent state.
The Ministry of Health has been actively improving the public health of its people. In recent news, The Ministry of Health investigated and confirmed cases of Siberian Ulcer, will oversee emergency medical services for the 6th Pan Armenian Games, and plans to expand collaboration with Sweden after a meeting with Sweden’s Minister of Health.
29,743 sq km
LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH:
- Coronary Heart Disease
- Lung Cancers
- Breast Cancer
- Lung Disease
13.51 deaths/1,000 live births
AVERAGE LIFE SPAN:
Male: 67 years
Female: 75 years
Source: WHO, World Bank, CDC