Hospital Serving In The Historical Building
Protecting the medical heritage of the region, Acıbadem Hospitals Group renovated the historic hospital building which was opened in 1924 by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and brought it back into the medical sector. The historical building includes Eye Health, Medical Oncology, Dermatology, Plastic, Aestethic and Reconstructive Surgery and Diet Units as well as administrative offices and is also used as a conference, meeting and exhibition centre. Acıbadem Kayseri Hospital provides services to patients residing in Kayseri and surrounding cities with its diagnosis and treatment units in all branches of medicine.
Operating on contract with many health insurance types, the hospital serves in many medical branches from Neurosurgery to Oncology on SSI contract.
22.000 M² of Covered Area
With the covered area of 22.000 square-meters, Acıbadem Kayseri Hospital has a bed capacity of 104, 28 intensive care beds and 6 operational rooms. The hospital has an intelligent building technology and consists of 2 separate buildings as the historical building and main building.
Acıbadem Kayseri Hospital includes technological devices such as Full Body MRI, PET/CT, Trilogy, 2x64 Slice Computer Tomography, 4-Dimensional Ultrasound and a Gamma Camera.
In addition to medical units focusing on cancer studies and In-vitro Fertilization Centre, Acıbadem Kayseri Hospital also provides medical services in its medical units focused on Cardiovascular Health, Obesity and Breast Health Centers as well as Sleep Disorders Clinic, Dermacosmetic Applications, Check-up, Crohn's and Colities and Reflux and Menopause Clinic.
Decontamination Rooms Against Chemical Injuries
The emergency unit of Acıbadem Kayseri Hospital was designed to optimize the movement of patient within the hospital, minimize time losses and provide all necessary actions on the same line in short time. The service includes separate entrances for emergency ambulance and outpatients and additionally a decontamination area arranged for use in cases of nuclear and biological attacks.
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