Iran Assistance

Core Partner

Founded in
1992

Staff
462

Cases handled per year
945000

Joined International Assistance Group in
2015

Country

Iran

Services

  • Medical assistance
  • Hospital / clinic
  • Funeral services
  • Roadside assistance
  • Travel assistance
  • Home care assistance
  • Medical escort
  • Security services
  • Legal assistance

About

Iran Assistance (Komak Resan Iran) was founded in 1992 to provide a wide range of assistance services to expats and clients of international assistance companies in Iran. Iran Assistance provides local services to major assistance companies worldwide, including all companies now adhering to the International Assistance Group global network.

Iran Assistance is the largest assistance company in Middle East with more than 460 employees, and 38 office branches throughout Iran. Iran Assistance enjoys the cooperation of a large network of various service providers nationwide; these include doctors, hospitals, clinics, tow trucks, dental clinics, drugstores, hotels, airlines, amongst others.

With a total of around 800,000 insured end users, Iran Assistance has pioneered TPA business in Iran, providing services to 10 of the 24 existing private Iranian insurance companies. Iran Assistance handles close to 3,000 cases per day in this field.

Activities of our company include medical, technical, legal, and personal assistance. Roadside assistance, establishment of on-site medical clinics, ambulance, and home medical services are among our other activities.

Our contracts with hundreds hospitals and clinics not only provide our clients with cashless services, but it also plays an important role in our cost containment plans.

Our ambulance department is a private entity with well equipped ambulances managed by trained technicians and doctors. Our home medical service is staffed by bilingual doctors and nurses on round the clock shifts providing home or hotel medical visits. This team also provides medical escort services in medical repatriations.

Iran Assistance operates an in-house medical checkup clinic staffed with 11 medical specialists .This staff plays an important role in medical support activities of our company.

Providing assistance to Iranians travelling abroad is another line of our work. With our own dedicated alarm and call center we have handled cases in 44 countries last year either directly or through intermediaries.

Well experienced and dedicated staff of Iran Assistance will ensure direct care and prompt response to any assistance request and call anywhere in Iran.

Iran Assistance
No 24 15th St. Gandi Ave
15175 Tehran
Iran

News from Iran Assistance

Last news

12/12/2017

Iran Assistance helps victims of a 7.3 magnitude earthquake

Late Sunday night on Nov 12, 2017, a 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck Iran’s western province of Kermanshah. The epicenter was near the city of Sarpol-e zahab resulting in massive death and destruction. More than 500 people are confirmed dead and 9000 injured. The strong earthquake totally destroyed hundreds of houses and damaged many more in villages and small towns of Kermanshah province. In the early hours after the earthquake help started pouring in from all over the country. Many NGOs were mobilized in addition to government agencies such as the Red Crescent to provide help to the victims. As in any other disaster, the needs vary from stage to stage beginning with food and shelter. Recognizing such needs our company bought, packaged and distributed 10,000 bottles of water, 10,000 cans of food, 10,000 packs of bread, 450 blankets, 100 tents, one ton of rice and one ton of date in small packs and 300 children winter jackets in earthquake stricken areas through the great work of our Kermanshah branch manager and staff. Later on, a paramedic team and company ambulance were dispatched to some of the most remote villages to distribute medicine and provide medical assistance. With the financial contributions of Iran Assistance employees and friends we plan to take a more substantial project, such as rebuilding a medical clinic in one of the remote villages when the reconstruction phase begins.

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