Memorial Ankara Hospital
The Memorial Ankara Hospital is one of the largest private medical complexes in the capital of Turkey, where patients can undergo top-class diagnostics and treatment in all fields of modern medicine. The hospital is part of the prestigious Memorial Healthcare Group. The doors of the medical facility were first opened in 2014, and since then its employees have been doing their best to maintain the credibility of the hospital both throughout the country and far beyond its borders. For exceptional medical service, the hospital was awarded the Joint Commission International (JCI) certificate, which is given only to the best medical centers around the world.
The hospital is located in a modern building with an area of 42,000 square meters. The medical facility has 230 beds for the accommodation of patients. It includes 63 specialized departments – each of them specializes in a particular medical field. The key focuses are ophthalmology, plastic surgery, cardiology, cardiac surgery, orthopedics and oncology.
The hospital includes 11 modern operating rooms. They use special LED lamps, which prevent thermal emission and comply with the international sterilization technologies. The hospital also has hybrid operating rooms, which are equipped for minimally invasive operations.
Special attention should be given to the medical and technical base of the medical complex. It includes state-of-the-art diagnostic devices for MRI, CT, PET-CT, as well as TrueBeam STx and Elekta Versa HD radiation therapy devices, and many other innovative systems, which guarantee the patient the most effective results and maximum comfort.
Naturally, the medical staff of the medical facility also plays a key role in the successful clinical practice. The health of the patients is in good hands of the highly qualified doctors who have comprehensive professional training, many years of experience and regularly demonstrate excellent treatment results. The responsive nursing staff provides patients with quality care. In addition, all the staff of the hospital show a friendly and respectful attitude towards the patients.
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The patients of the Memorial Ankara Hospital live in cozy single rooms and luxury rooms. Each patient room has all the amenities for maximum comfort. The hospital also has specially equipped rooms to accommodate disabled patients. The patient rooms are equipped with all necessary furniture, TV, telephone, ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet. The patient rooms also have Wi-Fi. The rooms are designed in a pleasant light color scheme, while the large panoramic windows offer a beautiful view of the capital of Turkey.
Meals and Menus
The patient and the accompanying person are offered tasty and balanced three meals a day. If for some reason you do not eat all foods, you will be offered an individual menu. Please inform the medical staff about your food preferences prior to treatment.
Standard rooms include:
During the inpatient program, the accompanying person can live with the patient in a patient room or a hotel of his choice. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.
During an outpatient program, the patient can stay at the hotel of his choice. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.
Ankara is the capital of Turkey and the second largest city in the country after Istanbul. Despite its capital status, Ankara is not as popular among tourists as Istanbul and the cities of the sea coast, but it is interesting as a non-tourist and more authentic Turkey. It is noteworthy that the city surprisingly combines the eastern atmosphere with the spirit of modernity.
The city contains a huge number of historical, cultural and religious monuments. One of them is already hundreds of years old, while the others are very young structures, but each sight in Ankara is interesting and mysterious in its own way. Ankara is conventionally divided into two parts – Old and New City. Each of them lives its own life and offers many exciting places for the exploration of Turkish history and culture.
One of the main attractions in Ankara is the Atakule Observation Tower with a height of 125 m. The construction of the tower dates back to 1987-1989. On clear days it can be seen from almost anywhere in the city. The upper part of the tower has an open terrace and a rotating restaurant "Sevilla". The "UFO" cafe is located under the terrace, and on the floors below one can find many shops and several outdoor restaurants.
As for the religious monuments, special attention should be given to the Alaaddin Mosque, which has the fame of one of the oldest Muslim buildings in the city. The Kocatepe Mosque is rightfully considered one of the most interesting sights in the city. It is noteworthy that this is not a historical building, but a modern one, although it does not make it any less majestic and impressive.
The Ankara Castle is of great historical value. The fortress is considered the oldest part of Ankara and it has many fine examples of traditional Turkish architecture inside, many of them were restored and given a second life as restaurants.
The city is home to many museums, which exhibit unique expositions. The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations ranks first among museums of the capital of Turkey. Within its walls are collected the expositions relating to the Neolithic period, the Assyrian civilization, the time of the Hittites, the Phrygians and the Ottoman Empire. The collection of the museum dedicated to the Hittites has no analogues not only in Turkey, but throughout the world. The State Art and Sculpture Museum is very popular among locals and tourists as well.
Thus, Ankara has something to surprise and offers entertainment for every taste – from the oldest historical monuments, visits to the most beautiful mosques and museums that tell about the historical and cultural heritage of Turkey, to shopping centers, boutiques, various cafes and restaurants serving amazing dishes of national cuisine, eastern sweets and delicious Turkish coffee.