Medicana International Hospital Istanbul
About the hospital
Medicana International Hospital Istanbul is one of Turkey's first private medical centres. It was founded in 2010 by the Medical Services Group "Medicana", one of the pioneers and leading leaders in medical tourism, whose experience and professionalism allowed the centre to provide coverage of highly standardized services both to residents of the country and abroad.
The clinic consists of two related units, including an inpatient and outpatient floor. In its arsenal, Medicana International Centre Istanbul has 191 inpatient beds, eight operating rooms, 26 observation beds, five coronary intensive care beds, 17 medical and surgical intensive care beds, and ten incubators in the neonatal intensive care unit. In addition, the medical centre has a modern emergency department with an operating room for conditions requiring urgent surgical intervention and beds for close observation. The emergency unit includes one isolation room, rooms for decontamination, resuscitation, emergency intervention, radiological diagnostics and observation. All wards are equipped with 11 HEPA filters that meet international standards. The design is based on a unique architecture for children on the playgrounds of the pediatric outpatient clinic. Clinical laboratories provide services 24 hours a day which is important for precise and timely diagnosis.
Multislice CT, PET-CT, MRI, ultrasound and LINAC with IMRT capability are all available for the first time in a private hospital in Istanbul. The bone marrow transplant centre of the clinic allows patients from many cities in Turkey and many countries to open a new page for a second life. Medicana International Clinic meets the criteria of UNICEF and WHO for the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative and the Joint Commission International accreditation. It is the only oncology centre in the city where advanced cancer treatment is carried out, and advanced technologies appear for the first time. The hospital's specialists were trained in Turkey's most famous medical institutions, such as the Faculty of Medicine at Hacettepe University.
Medicana International Hospital specializes in liver transplantation, bone marrow transplantation, hair transplantation and hair implants, in vitro fertilization, oncology and operations with the help of CyberKnife. Also, the hospital occupies a unique position in cardiology, general surgery, neurosurgery, cardiovascular surgery, ophthalmology, oral and dental health, plastic surgery and cosmetology. The medical team uses innovative technologies and the most modern drugs in its work and pays due attention to respect for the patient and human attitude.
Can I have a medical check-up at Medicana International Hospital Istanbul?
Yes, thanks to the high level of knowledge, doctors notice the minor manifestations of the disease, especially cancer, even in the early stages. In addition, multispiral CT, ultrasound and LINAC with the possibility of IMRT and PET-CT allow a more comprehensive understanding of the body's state.
Does the clinic offer CyberKnife in Turkey?
CyberKnife is the method of choice for treating oncological diseases in the hospital, which directs the beams of energy deeply and accurately to the tumour area without damaging excess tissue. In addition, the method does not require incisions and is painless, which is very important.
Is cardiac surgery at a medical centre a good choice?
The clinic is one of the best in cardiac care with MitralClip for Mitral Regurgitation, Mitral Contour System, Mitral Balloon Valvuloplasty, EPS and TAVI. In addition, doctors go far beyond the scope of the listed services and offer cardiac surgery in Turkey at the international level.
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.