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Okan University Hospital Istanbul

Istanbul, Turkey

The Okan University Hospital Istanbul is a famous multidisciplinary medical complex in Turkey, leading its successful clinical practice on the basis of the university with the same name. The hospital began its work in 2016 and during this short time won the primacy in the national medical arena. The hospital was built according to world medical standards and has excellent advanced medical and technical resources. In addition, the hospital employs a huge team of competent specialists, consisting of more than 500 people, who work for the benefit of their patients. This number of employees includes 100 specialized doctors of the highest category, who repeatedly underwent internships and advanced training courses in developed countries of Europe and the United States.

The medical facility includes more than 40 highly specialized departments, 11 diagnostic rooms, 10 high-tech operating rooms, a laboratory for the full range of tests, as well as an in-house research center, which develops innovative diagnostic and treatment methods. It is noteworthy that the doctors of the hospital adhere to an individual and interdisciplinary approach to each patient, which guarantees the best treatment results.

The hospital offers high-quality diagnostics and treatment in almost all fields of modern medicine. However, such fields as ophthalmology, plastic surgery and hair transplantation are particularly popular. The specialists of these medical fields admit for treatment not only Turkish citizens, but also many patients from other countries of the world, including the EU and Arab countries.

It is also important that the hospital has created optimal conditions for the most comfortable hospitalization of patients. The patients are under the monitoring of experienced and friendly nursing staff, while the attending physicians devote enough time for personal consultations, as such approach helps to establish contact and build trusting relationships.

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Department of Ophthalmology

Emrullah Taşındı Prof. Dr. med.

Department of Hair Transplantation

Onur Gürcan Ergen Prof. Dr. med.


Patients rooms

The patients of the Okan University Hospital Istanbul live in cozy rooms with all the amenities for a comfortable stay in the hospital during the treatment. The standard patient room includes an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a wardrobe,a table and chairs for receiving visitors, and a TV. Each patient room has an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet. The rooms are made in modern design and light colors. Many rooms have large panoramic windows. For the safety of patients, the windows in the rooms cannot be opened fully, only for ventilation.

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.

Further details

Standard rooms include:


Accompanying person

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.


Istanbul is the largest and the most beautiful city in Turkey, which fascinates at first sight. The metropolis spreads out on the hilly shores of the Bosphorus, which divides it into European and Asian parts. Istanbul is the industrial, commercial and cultural center of the country. Many interesting and unique sights have preserved to this day, so one can immerse into the atmosphere of the Ottoman and Byzantine empires exploring them. Despite the centuries-old and rich history, the city also has many modern embankments, parks, museums, visiting which will bring a lot of pleasure.

As a rule, the first place where tourists go is the famous Sultanahmet Square. This square on the shores of the Sea of ​​Marmara houses the Blue Mosque, which is the most important religious monument of the city. The mosque was built in 1609-1616 and is now considered one of the symbols of Istanbul. The building with a large dome is made in a mixed style, which combines the elements of Islamic and Byzantine architecture. Of particular interest is the fact that this is the only mosque in Istanbul with six minarets.

Another architectural masterpiece, the Hagia Sophia, is located directly opposite the mosque. This is a famous architectural monument of the Byzantine era and a symbol of its heyday. The temple was built in 537 as an Orthodox church and later became a mosque. The dome of the shrine is 31 meters high and 55.6 meters in diameter. In the corners, it is supported by columns with the height of 24.3 meters. The entire cathedral stands on a set of columns, their number is more than a hundred. The cathedral has 9 gates. The inner walls of the Hagia Sophia are covered with marble and magnificent mosaics. The mosaics combine gold, silver, glass and stone elements.

The Topkapi Palace offers the luxury of life of 25 Ottoman sultans. The palace complex occupies one of the seven city hills and has an area of ​​almost 700 thousand square meters. The palace includes the relics of two religions: the letter of the Prophet Muhammad, his hair and arrows, a part of the skull and the hand of John the Baptist. The luxurious harem and the Sultan's library are also particularly interesting. No less exciting will be an excursion to another luxurious palace in Istanbul – Dolmabahçe. Its walls keep porcelains, paintings, photographs, books. The main feature of the premises is the Crystal Staircase. The Bohemian glass chandelier with a weight of about 5 tons is also remarkable.

One can admire the beauty of Istanbul from a bird's eye view on the observation deck of the Galata Tower, which is the highest building in the city. In addition, one can find a cozy restaurant and cafe on the upper floors of the tower.

The metropolis is also ideal for shopping tours, as it has the whole districts with various shopping pavilions and stores of famous Turkish and world brands. Here one can buy everything – from clothes, leather and fur products, home textiles to souvenirs, gold jewelry and ceramics.