Emergency Services

Yeditepe University Hospital Emergency Service is one of most efficient and prompt medical emergency service providers in Turkey, offering immediate care to the ill or injured patients in a competent and timely manner.

Just as you enter the Emergency Department your level of emergency is determined by the physician and the nurse meeting you at the door. Without losing time medical intervention begins. Following the intervention, all kinds of advanced imaging and laboratory support along with diagnosis and follow-up is performed at a multi-disciplinary way with the support of related specialist physicians.

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Our Emergency Service employs the latest techniques for the evaluation and treatment of patients with conditions that require more extended testing or treatment than can be carried out in the emergency department.

In the event that an international patient is admitted to the Emergency Service, Yeditepe University Hospital’s International Services Department may support their treatment with its team of multilingual staff dedicated to the recovery and wellbeing of our patients from abroad.

Meet MedicaTürk, Our International Patients Department

As Yeditepe Healthcare Group, we are presenting you our own International Patient department MedicaTürk.

Medicatürk focusing only on a seamless patient journey, helping patients on their travels to Yeditepe from beginning to end.

News & Patient Stories

Ashamed To Speak, Reborn In His New Voice

Mehmet Ökten, 21 years old and from Şanlıurfa, had many problems for years due to his high-pitched voice. So much so that it was even thought that she was a woman while talking on the phone…

Came To Turkey To Get Rid Of Colostomy Bag

Cornel Sırbu, from Romania, learned that he had colon cancer during colonoscopy examination. In operation performed, Sırbu’s large intestine was taken out of the abdomen and attached to a ‘colostomy bag’.

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