Turkey is preparing to open 4 giant hospitals
The Turkish Ministry of Health plans to open four giant hospitals in the framework of the project launched by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, under the name of "city hospitals".
The project includes the opening of 34 giant hospitals in all the Turkish states, with a capacity of up to 40 thousand beds, in order to provide the best medical care for citizens.
The hospitals will be opened this year in Eski-Shahir, Elizag, Ankara and Manisa, as well as five others opened last year in Yozgat, Mersin, Sparta, Adana and Kayseri.
Ankara, the largest hospital in Turkey, will host 892 specialized clinics, 150 support rooms, 696 intensive care rooms, 131 operating rooms, 300 physiotherapy beds, 100 psychiatric beds and 80 delivery rooms.
The giant hospital to be opened in the central city of Eski Shahir consists of 279 specialized clinics, 152 intensive care rooms and 35 operating rooms. Illizag Hospital consists of 227 specialized clinics, 60 dental and oral care units, 50 beds for daily care, 160 intensive care beds, 34 operating rooms and 150 psychiatric and legal beds.
The project was launched last year under the direct follow-up of the Turkish president, who pays great attention to the success of the idea that will ease the burdens of citizens and preserve the health of society.
Quoting Turk Press