Araz Budagov

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Araz Budagov
Araz Budagov Mahammad
Araz Məhəmməd oğlu Budaqov.jpg
Budagov Araz with his medals
Born(1938-12-07)December 7, 1938
DiedMay 27, 2021(2021-05-27) (aged 82)
Resting placeAkhiskha village cemetery
Nationality Azerbaijan
Citizenship Soviet Union  Azerbaijan
Alma materAzerbaijan State Medical Institute
Children5
Awards100 lenin ribЗнак «Отличнику Здравоохранения СССР»"SSRİ Qırmızı Xaç və Qızıl Aypara Cəmiyyəti"nin 50 illiyinə (1923-1973) həsr olunmuş ordenПобедитель социалистического соревнования 1973 года (знак)"Sosialist Yarışının Qalibi" medalı (1976)"Sosialist Yarışının Qalibi" medalı (1978)
Scientific career
FieldsMedicine
InstitutionsYolchubeyli village hospital

Garatepe village hospital Ulacali village hospital Akhiskha (Garali) rural field hospital

Sabirabad District Committee of the Medical Workers' Union
Websitearaz.mehemmed.com

Araz Budagov (Azerbaijani: Araz Məhəmməd oğlu Budaqov; December 7, 1938 – May 27, 2021) was an Azerbaijani doctor, teacher, deputy.

Life[change | change source]

Araz Budagov was born on December 7, 1938, in Agdam. In 1956, he graduated from secondary school and next year entered Azerbaijan State Medical Institute (until 1962). In 1978, Dr. Araz married to Aliyeva Shalala Arastun. He had 5 children from this marriage. He worked as a chief physician at different village hospitals of Sabirabad district (1962-2011). He also worked as med teacher, chairman of Sabirabad Health Workers' Labour Union (1977-1978), and deputy of the Sabirabad district (1969-?).

During his career, he was awarded 6 state medals/badges and 12 honorary degrees of the USSR and Azerbaijan Republic.

Araz Budagov was died on May 27, 2021, in Sabirabad.