Masoumeh Hafez Rezazade, Abdolali Puor Keikhaei, Abdolali Puor Keikhaei, Mohammad Karim Raisi, Mohammad Karim Raisi


healthcare services in urban areas is directly related with progress of urban communities. These centers will play a crucial role in the process of sustainable urban development by providing services to the people. So, quantitative and qualitative assessment of healthcare services in different dimensions is essential in sustainable urban development. In this direction, setting priorities based on scientific methods can be used in solving the problems of health care services and it will have a significant role in sustainable urban development by this approach. Hence, the goal of this research is analysis of assessment criteria in land-use planning with an emphasis on healthcare spaces (the case study of the city of Zabol). For this purpose, the present situation of healthcare centers in terms of compliance with the mentioned criteria is assessed. by compatible, desirability, capacity and dependence matrixes. The research method is descriptive-analytic based on documentary and library studies and field studies. The results show that Imam Khomeini Hospital in the majority of matrixes (the adaptation, Desirability, capacity matrixes) is placed in the first rank.

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Land Use, Healthcare Services, the city of Zabol, sustainable development

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