Etimesgut Sait Ertürk Public Hospital is located on a land of 37,181 square meters and serves in a total closed area of 36,222 square meters. The hospital, which used to operate as Etimesgut Military Hospital, was named after Staff Colonel Sait Ertürk, who was martyred in Istanbul during the treacherous coup attempt on July 15, after the transfer of Military Hospitals to the Ministry of Health. It started to operate under the Ministry of Health. Due to the construction of the 250-Bed New Hospital in our district of Etimesgut, the old Etimesgut State Hospital was moved to this hospital together with all its staff and outbuildings, and the capacity was combined under the name of Etimesgut Sait Ertürk State Hospital as of 2016. As of February 15, 2019, it started to serve by moving to the new hospital building. The hospital, with its 250 registered beds, is a second level health institution in the role of B service under the Ministry of Health and is the only inpatient treatment institution of our district.