- Istanbul, Turkey
About us Dunyagoz Hospital
Initiating its services in 1996, Dünyagöz Hospitals Group is now the world's largest group of the ophthalmological clinics and provides health services domestically and internationally at 25 different locations. The group offers eye-care services in 11 provinces throughout Turkey; the largest sites are located in Istanbul, Ankara and Antalya. Each year, the Group treats approximately 40,000 patients who come from more than 100 foreign countries around the world.
The Ataköy hospital, opened June 2004 in Istanbul, is the world’s largest center for ophthalmology. The hospital has 12,000 m2 of floor space and 5 operating theatres, 42 patient’s rooms and 20 examination rooms. Each day, 435 examinations and 113 surgeries are performed here. The hospital also has an experienced medical staff and professional, specially trained carers.
Thanks to a team of 300 experienced specialists, among them professors and lecturers with international reputation, and its staff of approximately 2,500 employees and its contemporary understanding of management, Dünyagöz Hospitals Group has taken its place among the few exceptional centers worldwide within a short time.
The excellent patient care quality and organization management of the Dünyagöz Hospitals Group was accredited by JCI American Health Institute Quality Commission and successfully certified by TÜV SÜD, according to the international standard ISO 9001. FDA-approved materials and intraocular lenses are used at Dünyagöz Hospitals Group.
About the city
Istanbul is a sophisticated metropolis of Turkey, which lies on both sides of the Bosporus. It is the industrial, economic and cultural center in Turkey and the favorite destination of an overwhelming number of tourists from all over the world. Istanbul looks back over a very long history, during which it served as the capital of the three largest empires, which is evidenced today by numerous unique sights. These include monuments of the Roman-Byzantine period, churches from the Byzantine period, mosques, palaces and a variety of impressive places.