To create a transformational leadership model for staff members of Tehran's health and treatment facilities, the present study was carried out. To present the model, a qualitative approach has been employed. Academic journalists and administrators of related institutions were part of the study's target population. The data collecting technique was semi-structured interviews. Theme analysis was used in open, central, and selective coding throughout the data analysis process. The results of the interviews revealed that the four components of the transformational leadership model used by the staff at the Tehran health and treatment center are persuasion, network building, capacity building, and entrepreneur orientation. These dimensions' sub-components consist of energizing, bolstering positive behaviors, organizational networks, the spirit of collaboration and engagement, confidence in capacity, belief in success and development, opportunism, and inventive and creative behaviors. The present approach aids the managers of these centers in laying the groundwork for the growth of productive and positive employee behaviors that will help them reach their objectives.