Konya, the largest province in terms of land area and is the seventh most populous city in Turkey. It consists of 31 districts. Konya Provincial Population: 2.232.374. (2019) Traffic license plate number is 42. Konya Municipality, which was established in 1875, gained the status of “metropolitan” in accordance with the law number 3399 enacted in 1987, and since 1989, municipal services have been carried out according to this status. With the law numbered 6360 in 2014, the borders of the metropolitan municipality became provincial administrative borders. Konya, one of the economically developed cities of Turkey, has also important natural and historical richness. Çatalhöyük, one of the oldest settlements in the world, was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. In addition, Konya is one of the most important industrial city. It is one of the Anatolian Tigers. The football team of the city is Konyaspor. Local dishes are Etliekmek, Okra Soup, Mevlana Pastry, Oil Nut, Tiriti, Konya Pilaf, Sac Between and Oven Kebab. The symbols of Konya are Mevlana Museum (Kubbe-i Hadrâ), double-headed eagle.
Konya Numune Hospital is a regional hospital serving Konya center, surrounding districts and provinces. The hospital, which started to serve in 1915, continues to work to meet the health needs of all the people at the highest level with its centuries-old experience, devoted and friendly healthcare professionals and medical devices compatible with today’s technology. The hospital, which provides service to the public day and night with Yazır Service Building, Karatay, Özalkent, Physician House, Ahmet Özcan District Polyclinics and Community Mental Health Center, at 6 different locations, from endocrinology to gastroenterology, from plastic reconstructive and aesthetic surgery to medical oncology. It provides health services with specialist physicians and healthcare professionals in separate internal and surgical branches.