Iqarus has a long history of delivering remote medical and occupational health services in Afghanistan. Iqarus owns and operates three clinics in Kabul, that are all fully licensed by the Afghan Ministry of Public Health. All three clinics are established in secure locations – with relevant security validations from the US Embassy, United Nation’s Department of Safety and Security and NATO. The primary clinic is the only medical facility in Kabul to have the United States Centres for Disease Control (CDC) validation.
Iqarus manages over 100 patients a day (both Afghan and internationals) to provide regulatory medicals (including US MOD 13), primary healthcare, and emergent medical care. Iqarus also provides in-country ground and air medical evacuations, and international aeromedical evacuations through International SOS or other providers. In addition to its clinics, Iqarus provides deployed medical teams on a 24/7 basis across Afghanistan in direct support to clients operating in remote parts of the country.