Yeditepe University Bagdat Street Polyclinic Istanbul
About the hospital
Yeditepe University Bagdat Street Polyclinic Istanbul 2006 is a part of the famous Yeditepe Medical Group founded by the Istanbul Education Foundation (ISTEK). The modern building of the clinic is located between the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea and opens up incredible views from the office windows and helps maintain a light, relaxed atmosphere.
The structure has 43 examination rooms in an area of 2,650 square meters. The work of the staff contributes to the speedy organisation of the appointment as much as possible and avoids the loss of time while waiting for the doctor. The entire system of the clinic is accredited by Joint Commission International, the gold standard in medicine.
In the polyclinic, consultations are available from outstanding doctors who use all the necessary diagnostic methods on the spot. Thanks to cooperation with network hospitals and Yeditepe University, decisions are quickly made when necessary to hospitalise a patient or solve complex clinical cases. Modern endoscopic devices, X-rays, CT, MRI, and highly equipped laboratories do not require additional effort and can be used immediately after examination by a doctor. In one visit possible to carry out a full-fledged diagnosis and investigation. Screening programs are also available and carefully developed according to global recommendations. Doctors are free to obtain a second opinion to decide the need for further treatment for evaluating the examination results. This approach helps to avoid excessive treatment and to involve specialists in the presence of concomitant pathologies quickly. The polyclinic's high-tech equipment allows assistance in emergency cases if required. Same-day surgery is a popular service and saves the patient valuable time and money.
A comprehensive approach is the motto of Istanbul Yeditepe University Bagdat Street Polyclinic, which is the key to success and recognition among local and foreign clients. Oncologists, cardiologists, gastroenterologists, urologists, otolaryngologists and ophthalmologists are available under one roof.
What services does Yeditepe University Bagdat Street Polyclinic offer?
A multidisciplinary team treats patients with diseases of the digestive and genitourinary systems, cardiac and eye disorders, and conditions of the ear, throat, and nose. In addition, screening and initial treatment, rehabilitation and management of cancer are available at the clinic and at a high level.
Should I choose a polyclinic for screening?
Doctors have all the necessary opportunities to detect high-risk or early stages of the disease. The multidisciplinary team uses high-precision CT, MRI, X-ray, ultrasound and endoscopy equipment under one roof. In addition, various types of genetic and laboratory tests are always available.
What makes the clinic unique?
Cooperation with a research university and the clinic's high equipment allows access to the most effective treatment and implements the latest methods of one-day surgery. Quick surgery helps patients not to delay the solution of problems and not to bring the disease to a conclusion.
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.