Learn more about diagnostic and treatment options in Turkish clinics (part 1)
Treatment abroad, especially of serious illnesses, is becoming increasingly popular all over the world, as it allows you to choose the best that world medicine can offer in this case.
Why do 500,000 patients choose clinics in Turkey every year?
What to look for when choosing a clinic in Turkey?
Diagnostics in clinics in Turkey
Treatment in clinics in Turkey
Prices for treatment in clinics in Turkey
Rating of the best clinics in Turkey
Patient reviews of Turkish clinicsWhy do 500,000 patients choose clinics in Turkey every year?
Once upon a time, when Europe was plunged into the dark Middle Ages and suffered from epidemics of terrible diseases that mow down entire cities, medicine flourished in the countries of the East. Then everything changed again, and now, it seems, the East is regaining its position as one of the leaders in world medicine, and Turkey becomes its flagship. Currently, this country is among the five countries leading medical tourism, along with the United States, Israel, Germany and India.
Clinics in Turkey
For several decades, medicine in Turkey has been a priority. Every year, 10% of the state budget of Turkey is invested in healthcare. Turkish doctors are trained in accordance with international standards, are trained in the largest clinics in Europe and the USA. This approach allowed us to provide excellent medical care not only for Turkish citizens, but also for patients from abroad.
The interest in treatment in Turkey among foreign citizens who prefer treatment abroad is growing steadily, because it allows you to get high-quality medical care at a very reasonable cost. More than half a million patients from abroad receive treatment in Turkish clinics every year, and this is far from the limit of Turkish healthcare opportunities – 177 medical facilities operate in Istanbul alone. By the way, Turkey boasts not only clinics of all levels, but also balneological sanatoriums located on the picturesque coast of the Black and Mediterranean Sea, which, thanks to the warm subtropical climate, operate year-round.
The language barrier is not a problem. All medical institutions accepting foreign citizens for treatment provide an accompanying, fluent in Russian.