At the "Acibadem Sistina" Emergency Center, we treat all urgent pathologies - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Patients are provided with medical services in the area of surgery, gynecology, internal medicine, and pediatrics. Patients are brought to the urgent care center and then they are treated in the outpatient department. Alternatively, patients are hospitalized at the appropriate department. The medical personnel employed at the emergency center have at their disposal the complete services of the laboratory and the Radiology Department which enables quick diagnostics and a timely recommendation on further treatment.
Ambulance emergency response vehicle
The ambulance vehicle features the newest A-level equipment and is used to transport patients to and from our clinic, or to more distant destinations.
Transport of severely ill newborns
"Acibadem Sistina" offers transport to high-risk and seriously ill newborns in a medically safe, responsible manner. The hospital owns a cutting edge amblance, a fully equipped vehicle, customized for the transportation of adults, children and infants. in addition, the transport incubator features self-adjusting body temperature technology, as well as independent oxygen supply to newborns.
State of the art Emergency Department
State of the art Emergency Department was opened at Acibadem Sistina Hospital, which is the most modern in the country and in the region. The department consists of gynecological, surgical and internal outpatient clinic, 8 beds in separate areas for observation and for stay up to 6 hours, reanimation and resuscitation room covering the most difficult and urgent pathologies. The Emergency Department is situated next to the Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, which enables diagnosis as soon as possible. The modern capacity and carefully selected staff provide prime care and care for the most critical patients.
A modern Emergency Centre "Acibadem Sistina"
A Contemporary emergency center at “Acibadem Sistina” is in its final stage of construction. It will consist of emergency wards (gynecological and surgical), 8 observation units offering a stay of up to 6 hours and a reanimation room with resuscitation. The center will provide services to the most complicated and urgent pathologies. Quick diagnostics procedures are enabled by the physical proximity of the emergency center to the Departments of Diagnostics and Interventional Radiology. The CENTER’S carefully selected staff will provide superior care and treatment to the severely ill. A pediatric emergency ward will function at the center providing treatment in all emergencies involving our youngest patients.
Family members and friends will have at their disposal a dedicated waiting room at the premises.