The Hospital That Gave Acıbadem its Name
The first hospital of Acıbadem Hospitals Group, Acıbadem Kadıköy Hospital also gave the name of the brand. The hospital continues to provide services in Acıbadem neighbourhood on Anatolian side of İstanbul since 1991.
Operating on contract with many health insurance types, the hospital provides Emergency, Pediatric Cardiology, Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery services as part of the SSI contract.
Over 17.000 M² of Covered Area
In order to accommodate the increasing demand of patients, Acıbadem Kadıköy Hospital was renovated in 1998, increasing the area of covered section three-fold from 5000 m² to 17.600 m². In 2008, all inpatient floors and clinic areas were renovated in a modern architectural style. The hospital continues to provide services with a bed capacity of 138, 23 intensive care beds and an intelligent building control system including 6.500 access points.
In the medical technology devices section, Acıbadem Kadıköy Hospital includes a 4-Dimensional Breast Ultrasound, a 3-Dimensional Tomosynthesis Digital Mammography, a Flast CT, a da Vinci robot, a Magnetom Area MRI, a Greenlight, an Ortophos XG 3D and a Full Body MRI device.
In Acıbadem Kadıköy Hospital, there are many units and clinics founded by taking into account the particularities of diseases and the needs of patients. Among these, Breast Health Center, Diabetes Clinic, Check-up Center, Orthopedia and Gynecology Units are included. In addition to these units, high-risk heart surgeries and orthopedical surgical operations such knee, should, hip surgeries are performed within the scope of adult and pediatric hand surgery.
İstanbul is Europe’s most populous city with 12 million inhabitants. Being the center of Turkey’s cultural, economical, business and social life, İstanbul is a unique cosmopolitan city with her popular historical heritage. It is the only city in the world that is literally located at where two continents meet; Asia and Europe.
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