People from all around the world recognized Turkey as a healthy environment and a rising medical tourism destination. Turkey presents high quality and affordable tourism programs to the health tourists, combining medical and thermal tourism springs with spa and wellness centers and 5-stars hotels.
Don’t go far way for your health. İstanbul has a strategic geographical position between Asia, Europe and Middle East, is a confluence between two continents. And you can easily reach to Turkey by plane from many countries and in a short period of time.
Turkey combined its hospitality tradition that going far back with medical tourism services. From the very first moment the health tourist step in to İstanbul until going back home, medical tourists are welcomed with any kind of service medical tourists will might need, by medical staff and professional team in charge. Hospitals’ Quality Has Been Approved for the health tourist to provide best experience and can benefit from medical services in İstanbul both in quality and economic way. As for the medical services there are not compromises made in quality. The quality of medical services in Turkey has been approved by international institutions like JCI (Joint Commissions International), JCAOH (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations) and ISO (International Organization for Standardization). Turkey ranks second in the world with 47 hospitals accredited by JCI.
You won’t have communication problems. Turkey has very well trained stuff in the health care sector. There will not be communication problems as doctors, medical staff can speak foreign languages and with our translators team in all languages needed. The health tourist can easily receive answers to any question. Besides that, before and after the operation, either doctors or nurses will inform the health tourist about everything and will give him/her moral support.
Your health is in good hands. Turkey gives maximum importance to patients’ rights and security. Therefore, there are almost no processes opened on account of malpractice. The health tourist coming to Turkey as a guest is safe. If you want to have a high quality, economic and safe medical service then we will be waiting you to İstanbul.
Embracing two continents, one side reaching out to Asia the other to Europe, İstanbul is the one of the truly great romantic cities in the world. In the city’s heart, the Bosphorus strait, course the waters of the Black Sea, the Sea of Marmara and the Golden Horn. The former capital of three successive empires- Roman Byzantine and Ottoman-today İstanbul honors and preserves the legacy of its past while looking while embracing the modern era.
Although thousands of years have passed, İstanbul still maintains its geographical importance. Today İstanbul is a huge metropolis connecting continents, cultures, and religions and being home to approximately sixteen million people; and one of the greatest business and cultural center of the region.
Turkish is the official language in Turkey. Other minor languages include English, Kurdish, Arabic, Armenian, and Greek.
99% of the Turkish population is Muslim (Sunni). However, Turkey’s geographic proximity, bridging Eastern Europe and Western Asia, has molded this country into a highly tolerant and adapting civilization.
The Turkish currency is the Turkish Lira.There are banknotes in 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 Lira denominations in general circulation. There are also 1 Lira coins. The Lira consists of 100 Kurus. Sterling, Euros, and Dollars can be easily changed into Turkish Lira at all banks, post offices (PTT) and exchange offices. In many towns you can also get a good exchange rate at jewelry shops. Many shops exchange money at a favorable rate and most will accept sterling. If buying furniture, curtains, and white goods etc. it is often possible to pay in Euros, US Dollars or Pounds and get a very favorable price.
In İstanbul, summer temperatures average around 78-86 fahrenheit / 25-30 celsius degrees; the winters are chilly but usually above freezing, with moderate rain and perhaps a dusting of snow. Spring and autumn are the best times to visit Turkey, as the climate is almost perfect in İstanbul. Visiting before mid-June or after August may also help you avoid mosquitoes. The Black Sea coast is best visited between April and September; there will still be rain but not so much of it.
Light, cotton summer clothing and cardigans for evening are suggested along the Marmara, Aegean, and Mediterranean coasts. Along the Black Sea, Central and Eastern Anatolia, summer wear, warmer clothing should be taken for cool evenings at high altitudes. Comfortable shoes are necessary for visiting archeological and historical sites in case of long distance walk. Sun hats and sunglasses are advised by the doctors in the summer. Women for visiting mosques should wear headscarves and put on some clothing over shoulders till elbows. And as for the men should wear long pants.
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