All patients at Yeditepe University Hospital’s facilities are looked after by a team of doctors, clinical assistants, nurses, physiotherapists, pharmacists and many others. As a patient from overseas, you will have the additional support of a team of multi lingual team of professionals whose mission is to make you feel absolutely at home, to keep you informed, to assist with communications with medical staff, and to answer any questions or concerns you may have.


All our patient bedrooms are equipped with:

· electronic patient-controlled bed

· a single pull-out bed for an accompanying person

· en-suite bathroom

· air conditioning

· TV and radio with remote control

· telephone

· nurse call system

· safety deposit box/safe facilities

· WiFi internet access


Cleanliness and hygiene are of the utmost importance to everyone at Yeditepe University Hospital Healthcare Institutions. Indeed, among Yeditepe’s ‘firsts’ is the world’s first ‘antibacterial hospital’. We employ our own housekeeping team. They will clean your room every day between 8.00am and 5.00pm, supply fresh towels every day, and clean rooms thoroughly between patients to the very highest standards.


At Yeditepe we prepare all our dishes with fresh produce based on your particular needs and your doctor’s advice. Yeditepe’s specially trained dieticians help in ensuring we provide you with a diet suitable for your individual nutritional needs.


Visitors are very welcome at Yeditepe University Healthcare Institutions at most times; we try to be as flexible as possible, especially in the case of our international patients. However, rest is essential to the recuperation of all patients, so we ask visitors to arrive after 10am and to leave the nursing floor by 10pm. All rooms are equipped with


  • Copies of your medical files (X-rays, health records, etc).
  • If your child is being admitted, please bring his/her healthcare records with you.
  • A list of your current medication and dosages.
  • Nightwear, dressing gown and slippers.
  • Toiletries (we provide personal items such as towels, soap, shampoo and shower caps).
  • A laptop if you’d like to access the internet during your stay.
  • Clothes to wear home when you leave the hospital.
  • Depending on your individual situation and preferences, you should check with Yeditepe University Hospital Healthcare Institutions international patient services department about your payment options; accordingly, you should either bring the means for personal payment, or insurance policy details.


There is a safe facility available for any valuables, but we would advise you to leave anything you don’t need at home.


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Whether you live in Istanbul, across Turkey or around world, specialists at Yeditepe University Healthcare Institutions are available to review your medical records and provide an expert opinion on your diagnosis or treatment plan -without the need for an in- person visit.

Yeditepe University Healthcare Institutions collaborates with digital platforms via tele-medicine, to offer remote second opinions from Yeditepe University Healthcare Institutions in virtually every medical specialty. Having a second opinion can reassure you about a challenging diagnosis, or help you and your doctor plan the most appropriate course of treatment.

To have a medical second opinion:

Making an appointmet at Yeditepe University Healthcare Institutions couldn't be easier, wheter you use your private medical insurance, pay for your own treatment ora re funded by third party.

As one of the region's leading independent private hospitals, we offer appointments with World class specialist and experts.

As an international patient, you will be you will be offered comprehensive service in the language of your choice right from your initial enquiry, through your medical treatment and, if necessary, help in liaising with your doctor in your home country upon your return home.

To have a medical second opinion:

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