WHY MEDPARK HEALTH TOURISM?
Medpark Health Tourism, a network is equipped with the best private and university hospitals and doctors in Turkey.
Thanks to its wide network, it has treatment opportunities with the latest technology including all surgical interventions, up-to-date cancer treatments, intensive care facilities, robotic surgeries.
In addition to the wide range of treatment possibilities, it provides services with the experience and quality of Turkish physicians in the Medpark network.
THE TOP MEDICAL TOURISM DESTINATION
Let us give you some remarks on why you should prefer Turkey over any western country that you consider…
Turkey ranks among the top 3 medical tourism centers in the world.Thanks to its geographical location, Turkey has direct flights to 323 different destinations in 127 countries.
Turkey provides high-quality health care, as most of its doctors and surgeons are highly qualified and provide high-level health care services to foreign patients, and most of them hold international training and accreditation certificates from major medical universities in western countries such as the United States of America and Britain.
Many Turkish medical centers obtain accreditation of well-known international health organizations such as ISO, JCI, and others.
Turkey tops the list of countries around the world in the field of health tourism and is receiving thousands of people from all over the world who want to obtain the medical and treatment services provided by Turkey
GEOGRAPHICAL FEATURE SIGNIFICANCE
Turkey’s superior healthcare infrastructure and relatively short flying times from Europe, Middle East, and North America attract an estimated amount of 1 million 700 thousand medical tourists annually.
Turkey is located in the middle climate zone, hence severe weather conditions are not observed.
Turkey, also called Türkiye, country that occupies a unique geographic position, lying partly in Asia and partly in Europe.
Throughout its history it has acted as both a barrier and a bridge between the two continents.
The summary of medical tourism is “Reaching to higher quality medical service, for affordable prices.” Turkey offers top-quality medical treatments with the best technology available globally at affordable prices.
Compared to similar quality health service providers of the world, prices are 55% - 70% less in the patient's favor.
Low cost of treatment compared to the rest of the European countries and the United States of America while ensuring excellent results.
The Turkish Ministry of Health monitors the quality of healthcare and medical standards of these hospitals.
Use of the latest medical technologies that comply with international standards in terms of quality.
WORLD CLASS MEDICAL FACILITIES AND STATE
OF THE ART HOSPITALS
Turkey has the world-class facilities and the highest number of JCI (Joint Commission International) accredited medical organizations compared to any other destination. Annual surveys have showed that medical tourism in Turkey has grown rapidly in the last 10 years. Turkish government is actively involved in promoting medical tourism, especially Mersin, İstanbul, Antalya and Ankara host a great number of state of the art hospitals.
Today, Mersin is a large city spreading out along the coast, with skyscrapers, massive hotels, an opera house, expensive real estate near the sea or up in the hills, and many other modern urban amenities. It has the most extended seashore in Turkey and the Eastern Mediterranean.
The Metropolitan Municipality has rescued long stretches of the seafront with walkways, parks, and statues, and there are still palm trees on the roadsides, especially where the younger generation likes to hang out in the cafés and patisseries of trendy neighborhoods such as Pozcu or Çamlıbel with many well-known shops and restaurants. The older city center is a maze of narrow streets and arcades of little shops and cafes. Around the fish market, several stalls and shops sell Mersin's signature dish, tantuni, and grilled liver sandwiches.
Mersin has a hot-summer Mediterranean climate (Köppen climate classification: Csa, Trewartha climate classification: Cs), a type of subtropical climate with hot, humid summers and mild, wet winters. Mersin has its highest rainfall in winter. The driest months are in summer with hardly any rainfall at all. The highest temperature of Mersin was recorded on 3 September 2020 at 41.5 °C (106.7 °F).