Acibadem International Hospital is a member of the Acibadem Group and first opened its doors in 1989. The JCI-accredited hospital was the first medical facility in Turkey to offer premium standard services to its patients. It has been completely renovated since its opening and specializes in the fields of heart surgery, organ transplantation and preventive medicine. It also hosts an IVF center and a breast health center.
For many years, patients from all over the world have visited Acibadem International Hospital to receive quality treatment in a pleasant atmosphere. Its facilities meet the highest requirements; for example, the emergency unit has 26 intensive care beds and modern diagnostic devices like the full body MRI scanner. In the Transplantation Center, well-trained doctors successfully perform kidney transplantations using a 3D-Full laparoscopic system.
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To offer the best possible healthcare, the Acibadem Hospitals meet the highest standards of medical quality. In recognition of this approach, the hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI), the European Board of Nuclear Medicine (EBNM) and other independent established institutions. Also, Acibadem International Hospital has an ISO 9001:2008 certification. Like all Acibadem Hospitals, it performs in accordance with the Hospital Service Quality Standards of the Turkish Ministry of Health.
Based on 1 Caremondo patient review
"I am so happy about my new hair. The procedure was very gentle and I had barely pain. I was surprised how organised and swift it took place. Everybody spoke English what was helpful to answer my questions before. "
"nice hospital, staff, place, and health services i'd went there twice for my fathers leukaemia tests and they received us in airport, take to in hotel then their cars takes us from hotel to hospital. the most important thing that they have translators for every languages. My father is very comfortable with them. then i want to give them all my thanks and appreciation...."
"Great services. Everyone tries to help you and they are really polite. Doctors are highly educated and trained."
"I was impressed . This hospital looks like a 5 stars hotel. Friendly and professional stuff. Good service. Hope I do not need it again but in that case I will definitely return to Acibadem."
"Worst of the worst. Ripoffs"
"High level hospital...."
With around 14.3 million inhabitants, Istanbul is Turkey's largest city and the undisputed center for culture, trade, finance and media in Turkey. At the northern shore of the Sea of Marmara, the city is located on both sides of the strait of the Bosporus, so it’s both in the European Thrace and in the Asian Anatolia. This worldwide unique location between two continents and two marine regions – the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea – makes Istanbul one of the most important transportation hubs for tourist traffic and logistics. Alongside high shipping traffic, the city therefore also has two large airports and a railway terminal. Additionally, since the railway network of Turkey is scarcely developed, there are numerous bus stations in the city. The clinic is located 4km north of Istanbul Atatürk Airport in Küçükçekmece-Halkalı, a suburban district of the European part of Istanbul named after the neighboring lagoon lake.
Public transport: The next airport is Istanbul Atatürk Airport just a few minutes away. The hospital is easily reachable by metro. You can also reach the hospital by bus and taxi.
By car: If you stay at Acibadem International Hospital as an inpatient you may park your car free of charge. There is also a park service available.
Doric settlers from Greece founded Istanbul around 660 BC under the name of Byzantium. On the 11th of May 330 AD, the city became the new capital of the Roman Empire under the Roman Emperor Constantine. After the Ottoman conquest in 1453, Constantinople became the capital of the Ottomans and was renamed Istanbul. As a prototype of an imperial city, Istanbul looks back on 2,600 years of history. Accordingly, the urban landscape of Istanbul is characterized by the buildings of the Greek-Roman ancient times, the medieval Byzantium, as well as modern and advanced Turkey. Palaces, mosques, churches, synagogues, but also bath houses (hammams), gardens, and the historical old town all belong to the UNESCO World Heritage. The list of the places of the city worth seeing is almost endless. Whether architecture, art, music or culinary pleasures, the melting pot of Istanbul unites innumerable European and oriental cultures and keeps a unique travel experience ready for every visitor. It is not without reason that Istanbul ranks in the top 10 most visited cities in the world – the city casts more than 11 millions of visitors under its spell every year.
"Each year, many patients from different parts of the world prefer to come to Turkey to receive treatment and they prefer Acibadem, which provides services using the most advanced technology worldwide and with an expert team of international quality standards."Acibadem International Hospital
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