Turkey, with its strategic geographical location, is the crossroads between two continents bordering Europe, Asia and Central Asia. It can be reached easily and in a short time by plane from many countries. Turkey has combined the tradition of hospitality from its past with the understanding of health tourism service. All kinds of services that a health tourist may need from the time they set foot in Turkey until they are sent home are provided by expert health personnel and agency officials.


Oncology; It is a science that examines the formation, causes, diagnosis, treatment and heredity of tumors in the body. It examines non-cancerous cells as well as cancerous cells. This extends the branches of oncology's interest. Medical oncology, which examines the applications of chemotherapy, which means the treatment of cancer with drugs, also examines the applications of cancer prevention, cancer screening and early diagnosis.


General surgery is a technical discipline that includes the treatment of systemic and local problems in the body with surgical methods, as well as general principles (such as wound healing, metabolic and endocrine response to injury) and has influenced many surgical and basic medicine branches in terms of their development. It is a surgical specialty that focuses mainly on the contents of the abdomen, including the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, and biliary tract. In addition, thyroid, peripheral vessels, breast, trauma, soft tissue, skin and hernias are also studied.

Breast Surgery

Treatment of benign tumors and cancers of the breast in Breast Health Centers; Surgical techniques applied simultaneously with the most advanced centers of the world, personalized surgical approaches, methods aiming at patient comfort and a multidisciplinary approach. In breast cancers, the principle of removing only the tumor region and preserving the integrity of the breast is based. However, in cases where the entire breast, called mastectomy, is removed in tumors that develop in many areas of the breast, breast aesthetics is provided with plastic and reconstructive surgeries performed in the same session, and the risk of organ loss is eliminated.

Endocrine Surgery

They are surgical treatments applied in diseases of the body's endocrine glands that require surgery. Surgical treatment of benign and malignant diseases of the thyroid gland, nodular goiter, toxic goiter, thyroid cancer, parathyroid gland diseases, adrenal gland diseases and tumors, benign diseases and tumors of the pancreas are carried out within the scope of endocrine surgery. Special applications are also made to prevent bleeding and loss of voice. The risk of bleeding is reduced by closing the vessel at the desired location with the aids called “energy devices” used during the surgery. During surgery, protective nerve monitoring is also used to protect the nerves that go to the vocal cords, which enable the person to speak, and the surgeon can control the function of the nerve during the procedure.

Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery

In General Surgery; Benign diseases and tumors of the liver, pancreas and biliary tract are treated under the name of Hepato-pancreato-biliary (HPB) surgery. In the Surgery Centers, international techniques are applied in the surgery of gastrointestinal system tumors. Before cancer surgery, patients are evaluated by the oncology council, and the opinions of all branch doctors about the disease are taken, and the most appropriate surgical methods are used for the patient.

Gastroenterology Surgery

Surgical treatments of benign diseases and cancers involving the stomach, small and large intestines, esophagus and rectum are performed under the name of gastroenterology surgery. In general, the most suitable surgical techniques are determined for the patients, and advanced surgical technologies applied in the most advanced cancer centers of the world are presented to the patients. An important part of the operations in oncological surgery is performed with laparoscopy, which is a closed surgical technique, and the patient has a comfortable period after the procedure and gains enough time for additional treatments. In gastroenterology surgery, especially intestinal tumors that have metastasized to the liver, surgery is successfully applied.

Obesity Surgery

Surgical interventions applied to people with a Body Mass Index (BMI) higher than 40 or BMI higher than 35 and who have some chronic diseases and therefore have significant health problems are called "Bariatric Surgery" or Obesity Surgery. In Obesity Surgery Centers, obesity surgeries are performed with the closed method and the recovery time of the patient is shortened. With the loss of validity of procedures such as gastric band, the most frequently applied effective methods; tube stomach surgeries and gastric bypass.

Proctology Surgery

Anorectal diseases (diseases of the large intestine, rectum and anal region), which are common in the society, require an experienced and specialized team, technology and equipment for accurate diagnosis and treatment. is presented and approached. In proctology surgery; Surgical treatments of internal and external hemorrhoids, constipation, anasfissure, perianalabse and fistulas, stool incontinence, intestinal hernia, ingrown hair, anal itching, colorectal cancers and anal and perianal warts are performed.


It is shown as a reference center in the world, especially in liver and kidney transplants. Turkey is a center preferred by patients waiting for organ transplants from the Balkan countries and Turkic Republics, as well as from the USA and European and Middle Eastern countries.


Nose Aesthetics

While performing nose surgery for aesthetic purposes, the person's normal breathing should not deteriorate, and even if there is breathing difficulty, this should be eliminated. In other words, functional problems should be eliminated while correcting the shape. Nose aesthetics is the most frequently performed aesthetic surgery and is the most important of the facial balance operations.

Nasal aesthetic surgery can take between 1-3 hours. There is no pain after the operation. No buffer is placed, and when necessary, the midline is balanced with silicon plates. The patient stays in the hospital for one night and can return to his normal life on the 10th day by taking the splint on the 8th day.

Nose Revision

As a result of rhinoplasty, there may be very minor problems as well as undesirable larger problems.

Face And Neck Lift

The first image that remains in people's memories is the face and neck regions, which are the points that people constantly consider. In this sense, it can be added to natural aging, the environment, surgery or injuries as a result of scars and can create disturbing appearances around the face and neck of the people. successfully applies the treatment methods they have put forward and continues to reveal new ones.

Face and Neck Aesthetics

The field of aesthetic surgery, which is the common point where people meet to get rid of skin problems in the face and neck lines, uses the latest technology to solve this problem.

Changing the treatment method for the face recently can be given as an example. While starting the facial aesthetics, the faces of the people are divided into 3 main parts with the new method, aesthetic standard applications around the eyes and forehead, called the upper face area. In the second region, the middle face, mid-face lift surgery provides a solution. In the third region, the lower periphery, with the help of liposuction, it can provide assistance to the stretching process, and the person can gain an aesthetic appearance quickly and successfully. With the use of lower face region applications in neck aesthetics, a solution can be found for the search of individuals.



It is a branch of science dealing with common diseases of the eye and nervous system. The visual pathways from the optic nerve to the visual cortex where vision takes place and diseases in the cerebral cortex are the subject of neuro ophthalmology. It also deals with the harmonious movement of the eyes.

What are the Problems in the Field of Neuro-ophthalmology?

Sudden vision loss,
Slowly progressive vision loss,
Temporary vision loss,
Color vision disorders,
An invisible area in the visual field,
double vision,
Thyroid-related eye disease,
Migraine and similar eye pains,
Size differences of pupils,
Eye complaints due to multiple sclerosis (MS),
Eye complaints due to myasthenigravis,
Eye complaints due to strokes,
Facial paralysis and facial contractions.

What are the symptoms and causes that may be significant?

Temporary vision loss:

Loss of vision in the form of blindness, darkening or mottling in one or both eyes, which lasts for seconds or minutes, may be a sign of temporary narrowing or blockage in one of the vessels leading to the eye or the visual center of the brain. It is necessary to see an ophthalmologist immediately. It may be due to problems in the heart valves in young people, or in the jugular vein or heart vessels in the neck in advanced ages. If left untreated, it can lead to complete occlusion of the vessel and thus permanent loss of vision. Temporary vision loss, which starts with long exposures, may be due to migraine.

Sudden vision loss:

It may be a sign of narrowing or blockage in one of the vessels leading to the eye or the visual center of the brain. It should be seen by an ophthalmologist in a few hours. Sometimes, it may be due to diseases that cause conduction disorders in the optic nerves, not in the vessels. Since the patient cannot know the cause of the disease, it is necessary to be examined by an ophthalmologist urgently when there is a sudden loss of vision in one or both eyes.

Slow progressive vision loss:

Slowly progressive vision loss, which is usually due to intraocular causes such as cataract, glaucoma, and macular degeneration, may rarely be due to a life-threatening cause that puts pressure on the optic nerve in the brain. An ophthalmologist should be consulted without neglect and the reason should be found.

Double vision:

If there is an unbalanced work in the muscles that move the eyes due to a problem in the nerves that run the muscles or in the muscles, the eyes cannot be parallel to each other and double vision occurs when both eyes send different messages to the brain. It is necessary to be examined by an ophthalmologist as soon as possible and to understand what the cause is. If the problems in the nerves originate from the brain, neurological diseases should be investigated and treated. If it is vascular origin, the condition in the brain and the causes in the heart should be examined and treated. Treatment should be planned together with neurologists if there is a muscle disease that can affect other muscles in the body, and with endocrine doctors if there is a problem in the eye muscles due to hormonal diseases.

Eyelid opening or drooping:

If there is an unbalanced work in the muscles that move the eyes due to a problem in the nerves or muscles that operate the eyelids, one or both eyelids may droop or open. While opening is mostly seen in goiter disease, falling may occur due to muscle diseases or enlargement of brain vessels. Since the enlargement of the cerebral vessels is a life-threatening condition, a doctor should be consulted urgently, especially when one of the lids falls off and especially when there is an enlarged pupil in that eye.

Inequality in pupils:

It is natural to have a difference in the size of the pupils. However, when this difference is large, or when the difference is brighter or darker, it may indicate an important problem with the neck or brain vessels or an important lung disease. Seeing an ophthalmologist without delay can be life-saving.

Percent contractions:

Convulsions in both eyes or in one half of the face may be due to an old facial palsy, or may be due to a thickened vessel in the brain pressing on the nerve from time to time. Sometimes, it is possible to treat these disorders, which do not have an important cause but cause problems in social life.

Accidents and blows:

The muscles or nerves of the eyelids, the eye muscles themselves or their nerves and the optic nerve can be injured. Accidents and strokes, which may not show symptoms in the early period, can only be diagnosed and treated by an ophthalmologist.


The Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology examines congenital and acquired diseases in the musculoskeletal system in solidarity and cooperation with all departments in our hospital, diagnoses them by using the wide possibilities of technology, and plans and applies the most appropriate medical and surgical treatment to the patients at a scientific level. Patients are informed in detail about their treatment plans by our specialist doctors. Orthopedics and Traumatology is one of the most rapidly developing, changing and even increasing branches in the light of technology and scientific advances.


Arthroplasty surgery (joint prostheses)

Arthroscopy is a method that provides the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries that occur in the joint by visually examining the inside of the joints using fiberoptic devices. Arthroscopy is performed with a few small skin incisions and causes a very small scar and pain, but a rapid recovery is observed compared to open surgery. The operation takes about 1 hour and the patient is discharged a few hours after the operation. The patient can step on his foot after the surgery and drive 3 days later. There is no need to remove the suture as it is thrown with soluble material. In a wide range from professional athletes to housewives; knee-shoulder-hand and ankle arthroscopies, ligament-cartilage-meniscus-tendon operations, cartilage transplants are successfully applied using modern surgical techniques.

Sports traumatology

Sports is an effort that increases the body's organic resistance, improves the physiological capacity of the systems, preserves and maintains this capacity. However, not making enough preparation before starting sports also brings injuries. Among the regions exposed to sports trauma, the knee joint ranks first with 32.9%. After the knee joint, the most injury during sports; It is seen in the ankle, hip and groin area, shoulder joint, foot-thigh region, spine, elbow joint, wrist and hand. Emergency diagnosis and treatment of all sports injuries are done in the Department of Sports Traumatology.

Lengthening and leg inequalities

Crooked legs, functional disorders caused by inequality between the legs, short stature are orthopedic problems that can be treated with the Ilizarov method today. Thanks to this method, which has been successfully applied in Memorial Health Group Orthopedics and Traumatology Departments, the difference in length in the legs; Shortness compensation can be equated with shortening the long leg and lengthening the short leg. The Ilizarav method is also successfully applied in the treatment of soft tissue loss, curvatures and shortenings that occur as a result of nonunion in bone fractures.

Ilizarov Method

It is a system that can give controlled movement to bone parts with the help of hinges and rods (rods), in which bones are fixed with thin wires and hoops. Surgical interventions can be applied to pediatric or adult patients with arm and leg inequalities that develop after congenital diseases, bone losses and traumas (such as premature closure of the growth cartilage). In this procedure, a low-energy fracture is created in the bone and is gradually lengthened (1 mm/day). In the extension zone, up to 80% of the original length of the bone can be elongated. In parallel with the developing implant technology in appropriate cases, alternative new techniques and technology to the ilizarov technique are also used.

The "distractionosteogenesis", which is defined by Ilizarov, one of the revolutions of orthopedic science in the 20th century, that is, the technique of creating new bone by stretching the repair auxiliary tissue between the broken bone ends, and the lengthening, restructuring of bone cavities and nonunion treatment that emerged with this concept are the main solution methods used in orthopedic surgery today. With the tool called ilizarovexternal fixator, acute shortening of the nonunion area and lengthening from the other area in the same bone are performed together with the applications of creating new bone by stretching the tissue that helps the repair. With the Ilizarov method, the union is performed without limiting the daily activities of the patient, the joint functions are preserved, and the length is restored by correcting the curvature. Thanks to this technique, other structural and functional disorders such as closure of bone cavities and infection that may cause disability in the patient are eliminated, and shortness is also compensated.

Pediatric orthopedics and traumatology

Memorial Health Group Pediatric Orthopedics and Traumatology Department is one of the rare centers in Turkey. children under the age of 16; The follow-up and treatment of gait disorders, foot problems, congenital deformities, shortnesses, developmental hip dysplasia and spine disorders are carried out by our experienced orthopedists.

Hand surgery and microsurgery

Thanks to the microsurgical technique, vessels and nerves smaller than 1 mm in diameter can be operated using needles and threads that are difficult to see with the naked eye. Like this; Organs such as severed hands, arms, feet, and legs can be replaced, and by repairing very thin nerve fibers, the replaced limb can feel and move again. The best evaluation of your problems such as acute soft tissue traumas (vessel, tendon and nerve cuts, skin and muscle tissue losses and amputations caused by crushing and compression), hand and wrist pain, trigger finger, nerve compressions, tennis elbow, ganglion cysts, diagnosis and treatment.

Knee surgery and arthroscopic surgery

Knees are exposed to the most load compared to other joints. Not making preparations before starting the sports and forcing the knees excessively during sports cause damage to the cartilage tissue, tear in the meniscus, rupture of the ligaments and impair the health of the knee. Injuries of structures such as meniscus, anterior cruciate ligament, articular cartilage, capsule in the knee joint, intra-articular inflammation called septic arthritis, synovitis, thickening of the joint membrane, moderate knee joint calcification, intra-articular fractures are treated with arthroscopic surgery.


Hair Transplantation with Slit Method (The technique in which we plant by opening slit channels)
Hair Transplantation with Percutan Method (The technique in which we plant by opening percutan channels)

Unshaven Hair Transplant

3a- Unshaven Hair Transplantation 1: It is the hair transplant procedure that is done without cutting or shortening the hair using manual pucnh.
3b- Unshaven Hair Transplantation 2: It is the hair transplant procedure that is taken with special punches by opening a small window on the nape.
3c- Unshaven Hair Transplant 3: It is the transfer of the grafts taken with manual punch without shortening the hair to the required area by carefully loading special DHI pens.
3d- Unshaven Hair Transplantation 4: It is the transfer of the grafts taken with a special punch by opening a small window in the nape of the hair, to the required area by carefully loading the DHI pens.

Pencil Planting Technique:

It is a procedure performed without opening channels by loading the grafts into special hair transplant pens.
DHI – CHOI Hair Transplantation: These are the names given to special hair transplantation pens. It is the transplantation process of the grafts carefully taken without the need for grooving and the grafts carefully loaded into the pens, again by providing a natural and aesthetic appearance to the required areas one by one.
Let's not forget that each individual carries his own characteristics and his own hereditary structure. Hair color, degree of hardness, bushy and frequent or sparse hair color, etc. in hair transplantation. factors such as affect the results of hair transplantation.


Neurology, which deals with all diseases related to the nervous system, is a branch of science that examines the physiology of these diseases. It is a branch of science that examines the brain structure along with the spinal cord and its environment.

Neurological Diseases

Neurological diseases are carried by genes. In this branch of science, in which the spinal cord, brain stem and brain muscles along with the peripheral nervous system are examined, more medical treatment processes are planned. When we look at the historical development of neurology, it is seen that many diseases are sub-units and have turned into a general structure until today.

Neurological diseases that can affect different parts of the nervous system can cause serious problems such as forgetfulness when they reach the brain region. In addition, it can cause problems in the movement system, as well as problems such as contraction and fatigue. It has been determined that such diseases, which have been examined genetically, can affect individuals from the same family.

The initial process of neurological diseases, which can be diagnosed in a short time, may not be noticed. The gene map of these diseases, which spread to the body in a very insidious way, is extremely wide. In this sense, it can be detected in general treatment processes.

Cerebrovascular diseases, muscle diseases, epilepsy, headache, sleep problems, multiple sclerosis, dizziness, Parkinson's disease, Markinson's, Alzheimer's and brain and spinal cord inflammation are among the diseases that Neurology is interested in.

Many applications are used in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases. Many diseases can be diagnosed in a short time by using imaging techniques such as angiography, MR and CT. In addition, clear diagnoses can be made in laboratories where EEG tests are performed for sleep disorders.

Diseases Concerned by Neurology ;

• Headaches (migraine and tension pain, cluster pains, chronic headaches)
• Epilepsy or epilepsy (small seizures or major seizures, epileptic seizures requiring surgery)
• Paralysis, strokes or cerebrovascular diseases (caused by vascular occlusions, hemorrhages, bubbles and vascular anomalies)
• Forgetfulness (Alzheimer's and other dementias, dementias due to vitamin and hormone deficiencies, increased brain water pressure dementia)
• Muscle diseases (myasthenia gravis, myopathies)
• Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and other inflammatory diseases of the brain
• Brain infections (encephalitis)
• Dizziness (vertigos)
• Facial paralysis (Facial paralysis)
• spinal cord diseases
• Peripheral nerve involvement diseases (neuropathies, neuropathies due to diabetes or other diseases)
• Nerve entrapments (carpal, tarsal, cubital and other nerve entrapments) and induced numbness
• Sudden severe pains (trigeminal and glossopharyngeal, occipital neuralgias)
• Movement disorders (Parkinson, dystonia, tremor or tremors)
• Involuntary movements (watching, cramps)
• Sleep-related disorders (jumping, walking, Restless legs syndrome, sleep paralysis)
• Diseases of early degeneration of nerve cells (ALS, motor neuron diseases)
• Neck, low back pain and hernias