Kemer is a town on the Mediterranean coast, 40 kilometers from Antalya. While it was a small village until the early 1980s, it has become one of the most important centers of Turkish tourism with the facilities opened in the last 20 years. After it became a village and then a town, it gained the status of a district on September 13, 1991. It is one of Turkey’s most important tourism centers in West Taurus Mountains and 52 kilometers along the coast of Kemer. In the place where Kemer is located today, there was a settlement known as Eski Köy in the 1910s and consisting of lakes and marshes as a result of the floods from the mountains. The people of the Old Village built a 23 km long stone wall on the slopes of the mountains to protect themselves from these floods. Later, because of this wall, they will call their village Kemer. The oldest history of Kemer dates back to 690 BC. The foundation of the ancient city of Phaselis is based on this date.
Kemer Public Hospital was opened as a Health Center in 1984, converted into a Health Center in 1991, and started to serve as a Hospital in 1998. As of 2015, it continues its service as a 52-bed hospital in Yeni Kemer State Hospital, which was built on an area of 30.929.00 m2 in a forested land in Yeni Mahalle Dedeler location. In the hospital, which provides preventive and curative health services, the aim of the hospital is to provide qualified and reliable health services that are equally accessible to everyone who benefit from this service, respectful of human rights, adhere to ethical values, use resources effectively, comply with the legislation. In addition, to meet the expectations of all institutions and organizations within the framework of quality understanding. In addition, to meet the expectations of all institutions and organizations within the framework of quality understanding. The vision of the hospital is to become a health institution that is constantly developing, producing modern and scientific health services, having technological equipment, and preferred in patient and employee safety.