The Al-'Adudi Hospital (Persian: بیمارستان العضدی‎‎, Arabic: البيمارستان العضدي‎) was a bimaristan in Baghdad named after the Buyid Shahanshah 'Adud al-Dawla. The hospital was built in 981, and lasted until its destruction in 1258 by the Siege of Baghdad by the Mongol Empire.

Notable physicians

References

  • Efficient Hospitals: Islamic Medicine’s Contribution to Modern Medicine