Learn about the most important hospitals in Yalova, Turkey

The city of "Yalova" in northwestern Turkey is characterized as one of the most important Turkish cities that tourists flock to for the purpose of "medical tourism", due to the presence of hot springs with important hospital benefits, in addition to the well-developed health sector.

Among the most prominent distinguishing features of the city is the presence of a number of hospitals, in addition to the ongoing preparations for opening a huge hospital parallel to the largest hospitals in major cities, especially Istanbul.

The following is an overview of the most prominent hospitals Yalova:

Atakent Hospital

The hospital was opened in 2017, and it is one of the major private hospitals in the city, as it has a large capacity, containing more than 200 beds, in addition to providing medical services in various specialties.

The hospital is characterized by being equipped with a specialized medical staff and a lot of expertise in the health field, in addition to being equipped with advanced medical technology for diagnostic and treatment units.

The hospital provides its medical services at prices suitable for all tourists coming from different Arab countries and even from Western and European countries.

The most prominent medical services provided by the hospital are: hair transplantation, facial and nose surgery, laser and botox, dermatology, urology, orthopedics and fractures, neurosurgery, ear, nose and throat, cardiology, obstetrics and gynecology, ophthalmology, chest diseases, General Surgery, Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases and Microbiology, Child Health, Anesthesia, Oral and Dental Surgery, Diet and Nutrition, Neurosurgery.

Uzmanlar Hospital

It is considered one of the leading hospitals in Yalova, where it was opened in 1999, and it was built on an area of ​​5355 square meters.

The hospital is considered the first private health institution to provide service in the fields of laboratory, radiology, operating room and intensive care for a period of 24 hours.

The hospital has 77 inpatient beds, 14 observation beds, in addition to 25 intensive care beds, 11 beds in the internal surgical intensive care unit, 10 incubators in the neonatal intensive care unit, 4 beds in the coronary intensive care unit, 3 operation rooms plus the recovery room, and 2 delivery rooms, in addition to Lots of medical rooms.

The hospital provides its advanced treatment services with the highest advanced technologies in the fields of: hair transplantation, plastic surgery, dental surgery, bariatric surgery, eye surgery, and IVF.

Active Hospital

Established in 2010, contains the latest treatment methods and medical technology necessary to treat patients. The hospital contains more than 60 beds equipped for all patients, intensive care units, as well as neonatal care units.

Yalova State Hospital: (Affiliated to the Turkish Ministry of Health)

It is considered one of the important medical facilities that dates back to 1971, and in 2002 the hospital was expanded to include about 200 beds, in addition to its development in order to provide health services more effectively.

In the year 2005, within the scope of Law No. 5283 regarding the transfer of health units of some public institutions and organizations to the Ministry of Health, which was published in the Official Gazette on January 19, 2005, Yalova State Hospital and Yalova Regional Hospital SSK were merged under one roof as of February 19, 2005, and began work As Yalova State Hospital.

In the old building of the government hospital, the dental unit, the dialysis unit, some polyclinics, the x-ray, and part of the laboratory continued to work. In 2002, a new clinic building was built with a capacity of 12 outpatient clinics, and in 2008, the dentists & Oral health unit was separated from the hospital.

The intensive care unit consists of 51 beds, in addition to 231 beds for patient rooms, in addition to providing services for intensive care units, angiography unit, chemotherapy unit, hemodialysis unit with 25 devices, endoscopy unit, 18 physiotherapy units, mental health center community, home health unit, obstetrics, polyclinics, emergency service, radiology, laboratories, and other diagnostic and treatment units in the hospital.

Among the other services provided by the hospital are Pediatric Health Service, Internal Medicine Service, Dermatology Service, Infectious Diseases Service, Physical Medicine Service, Rehabilitation, Gastroenterology Service, Chest Diseases Service, Cardiology Service, Neurology Service, and Nephrology Service Psychiatric service.

In addition to surgical services in the field of Neurosurgery, plastic surgery, orthopedics and fractures, ENT surgery, cardiovascular surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, thoracic surgery service, ophthalmology service, general surgery, pediatric surgery, and urology.

The new medical project

The government hospital in Yalova, Turkey, with a capacity of 400 beds, is planned to be merged with the Faculty of Medicine of Yalova University, to serve as a training and research hospital.

The construction of 98% of the hospital, which will include 140 comprehensive clinics, 17 operating rooms, and 97 intensive care rooms, has been completed. It's expected of the hospital to provide its services to thousands of patients from the neighboring areas of the Turkish city of Yalova.

The hospital is also designed not to be affected by strong earthquakes to provide continuous service, and even in the event of a 9-magnitude earthquake, the hospital will be able to withstand it and even continue operations without interruption. With a planned area of ​​105,000 square meters, it is equipped with the latest technology, with 497 earthquake isolators at the foundation of the building.

The new hospital will be transformed into a training and research hospital by merging it with the Yalova University Faculty of Medicine next year.

With the opening of the new hospital and medical college, many units related to chemotherapy, nuclear medicine, oncology and pediatric departments will be opened, and it will save a lot of costs for cancer and dialysis patients who will not have to leave the city for treatment in other cities.

It is noteworthy that the "Omran Trk" company, located in "Yalova", was keen to be in this city due to the city's health, medical, and various other services, along with economic, and investment fields, in addition to the great interest of the Turkish government in the city under the directives of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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