Koc University Hospital Istanbul

Istanbul, Turkey
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9.7
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95% PatientScore?
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Koc University Hospital Istanbul
Koc University Hospital Istanbul
Koc University Hospital Istanbul

About the hospital

Koc University Hospital Istanbul is a world-class private hospital that prioritizes research and education. The clinic's medical team strives to maintain a reputation in the healthcare sector by providing reliable patient care, mutual and transparent communication, self-assessment and continuous development while maintaining international accreditations and quality standards.

The university hospital started operations in 2014 as a research and teaching hospital. The medical centre has increased its capacity to 390 single-bed inpatient rooms and 55 intensive care units. More than 4,000 operations were performed in 14 operating and 14 intervention rooms. During the year, Koc University Hospital treats approximately 12,500 inpatients and 168,000 outpatients, of which more than 47,000 are foreign patients.

The management of the Koc University Hospital Istanbul closely monitors the compliance of the equipment in the centre with generally recognized international standards. The hospital is affiliated with the university, a relatively young but reputable medical school with excellent academic potential. The radiology department has advanced equipment for high-quality diagnostics, including PET CT GE Discovery 710, MRI scanners, multispiral computed tomography, modern devices for fluoroscopy and angiography, stereotaxic biopsy systems, digital mammographs and X-rays. Advanced treatment technologies include robotic surgery, laparoscopic techniques, IMRT, stereotactic radiosurgery, and Gamma Knife, performed by professionals trained in leading institutions in Turkey and abroad. In addition, the university where the hospital is located is actively involved in scientific research. Medical workers of the Koc Hospital and throughout Turkey use the results and developments.

Koc Clinic works on the problems and improvement of the treatment of oncological, haematological, and cardiovascular diseases, endocrinology, obesity, diabetes, and adrenal dysfunction. An essential speciality in the clinic is oncohematology. Doctors perform bone marrow transplantation and chemotherapy. Bone marrow transplantation is performed in both adult and pediatric patients. The clinic has other developed areas, such as gastroenterology, traumatology, orthopaedics, plastic surgery and cosmetic dermatology. A multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis and treatment has been adopted, taking into account the individual characteristics of each patient. It improves the examination results and creates the conditions for the most optimal treatment plan.

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Founded in 2014
180,500 patients
445 beds available
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Is bone marrow transplantation possible at the hospital?

The bone marrow transplant department started working in 2016 and accepts 120 patients annually. In 2018, the pediatric bone marrow transplantation unit was put into operation, which was a big step forward for pediatric cancer treatment.

Can I get robotic surgery at Koc University Hospital?

Gynaecology, general surgery and urology are the leading surgical departments using robotic surgery at Koc University Hospital. Patients receive several benefits, including high accuracy and efficiency, minimal invasiveness, no large incisions or scars, and a short rehabilitation period.

Does the hospital use radiation therapy to treat cancer?

Doctors have a huge experience in radiotherapy for cancer treatment. Radiation therapy Varian, Trilogy System Linear Accelerator - the device is used for radiation therapy at the hospital.

About the city

Istanbul is the largest city in the country, as well as a leading economic and cultural centre. The city lies on both sides of the Bosphorus, geographically dividing it into Europe and Asia. In its long history, Istanbul was the capital of the greatest empires in the world - Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman- and was also the religious centre of Christianity and Islam. Therefore, it is not surprising that the city has many monuments of cultural and architectural heritage, demonstrating the glorious past of the contemporary metropolis.

The Sultan Ahmed Mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque, is rightfully considered a city symbol and one of its main attractions. The peculiarity of the mosque is the presence of six minarets - there are no more mosques in Istanbul with so many minarets. Directly opposite the legendary mosque is another important historical monument - Hagia Sophia. In 1985, the cathedral was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List along with other monuments of the historical centre of Istanbul.

Istanbul is the scientific centre of Turkey. The city is home to several public universities, such as Istanbul University, Marmara University, Bosphorus University, and several private universities. Several scientific communities operate in the city, including the Turkish Medical Society. Istanbul is home to the leading centre Şisli Memorial Hospital, which is popular in the international medical arena.

Istanbul is a multimillion metropolis with a rich history and oriental flavour. Istanbul is an ideal option for a weekend trip: visitors can come here for a romantic weekend with their loved ones, fly in to unwind for a couple of days, drink delicious Turkish coffee and enjoy walking around this beautiful city. The city offers its guests excellent shopping opportunities. Istanbul has a vast number of boutiques and colourful bazaars, where they provide significant discounts. Istanbul is also a paradise for gourmets. Here you can taste delicious national Turkish cuisine and famous oriental sweets.

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