Muammer Agim Gemlik Public Hospital first started its service in October 1989 in its building on Yalova road. Due to the damage of 8 main columns of the building in the earthquake of 17 August 1999, the building was evacuated on 21 September 1999 and the service was provided in the tent, and then continued as a polyclinic service in the barracks when the winter season came. The modern hospital building, the foundation of which was laid on October 10, 1988 by the benevolent businessman Muammer Ağım, was completed on September 18, 2000 and put into service for its patients. Muammer Ağım Gemlik Public Hospital’s total land is 9500 m2; The technique of construction of hospital buildings made with steel construction is Turkey’s first hospital. The floor area of the hospital, which has a total usage area of 4500 m2 on 5 floors, is 768 m2. As of 2004, it has been decided to build an Additional Service Building on the hospital land. This project, which was originally planned as a Hemodialysis Unit and Emergency Service on an 800 m2 floor area, was later completed as a 3-storey (with the floor) building, which also includes polyclinics and administrative units. It started to provide services on 04-07-2006. As Bursa Muammer Agim Gemlik Public Hospital, it serves in 4 buildings, 2 of which are Monastery and Beach Building. There are 128 beds in the hospitals, including 5 post-op care, 7 hemodialysis, 6 emergency service beds, and 6 second level General Intensive care beds. The patient rooms have one or two beds. Each room has a TV, refrigerator, sitting group, lockers, dining tables and nightstands. All these rooms were furnished by the benevolent citizens of Gemlik. As of May 2007, the power plant capacity has been increased and telephones have been provided in each room. Telephone numbers are the same as room numbers.
As of September 2006, the patients have the right to choose a doctor. Our patients can receive outpatient clinic order from MHRS (by calling 182 or internet system) or direct patient admissions.