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Sultanbeyli Public Hospital

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Sultanbeyli Public Hospital

The hospital was built in 1992 by Tacirler Education Foundation, on a 2788m2 land in Sultanbeyli district, with 1050m2 and 4 floors including the basement. In October 1992, the hospital left the district polyclinic status of Kartal state hospital. As of the end of 2000, when the Sultanbeyli Health Group Presidency and the Mother and Child Health Center, which were serving on the upper floor of this building, moved to their own buildings, the administrative units of the hospital were moved to this section, and efforts to run the services more regularly and increase the number of beds were accelerated. With the construction of the intermediate building in 2004, the bed capacity reached 150. It continue to serve with our new 400-bed hospital building and 2 District Polyclinics, which it moved in January 2018. (Sultanbeyli State Hospital Tacirler Education Foundation District Polyclinic and Community Mental Health Center).

Sultanbeyli Public Hospital aims to be a model hospital in our region with its understanding of quality service, determination to provide high level of patient and employee satisfaction, qualified team and local health investments.

It aims to  provide modern, self-renewing, reliable, respectful to patient rights, giving importance to the satisfaction of employees, aiming to increase the quality of service and to provide quality health care to human life.

You can find all of the polyclinics below.

Emergency Medicine,

Mouth and dental health,

Pain Polyclinic (Algology),

Anesthesia and Reanimation,

Pediatric Surgery,

Child Health and Diseases,

Internal Medicine (Internal Diseases),

Skin and Venereal Diseases,

Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology,

Physical therapy and rehabilitation,

General Surgery,

Thoracic Surgery,

Chest Diseases,

Eye diseases,

Gynecology and Obstetrics (Gynecology),

Cardiology,

Ear Nose Throat,

Neurology,

orthopedics,

Radiology,

Health Council,

Urology, Intensive care.

Transportation:

If you are coming from the Anatolian Side, from Kadıköy, take the Tavşantepe-Kadıköy subway and get off at Kartal stop and exit from Tuzla direction. You can reach Sultanbeyli State Hospital when you take the bus 132M from here and get off at Sultanbeyli Public Hospital stop.

You can reach Sultanbeyli Public Hospital when you get off at Sultanbeyli Public Hospital stop by taking the bus number 320A from Üsküdar.

You can reach Sultanbeyli Public Hospital when you get off at Sultanbeyli Public Hospital stop by taking the bus number 131YS from Ümraniye.

If you are coming from Büyükçekmece, Beylikdüzü, Avcılar, Küçükçekmece, Bahçelievler, take the Metrobus from any metrobus station and get off at Mecidiyeköy. When you exit from here on the right, you will see the buses departing from the cemetery. You can reach Sultanbeyli Public Hospital when you get off at the Sultanbeyli Public Hospital stop by taking 122B from here.

If you are coming from Bağcılar or Güngören, take the Kabataş-Bağcılar tram line to Metrobus in Zeytinburnu. Get off at Mecidiyeköy by metrobus. When you exit from here on the right, you will see buses from the cemetery. You can reach Sultanbeyli Public Hospital when you get off at the Sultanbeyli Public Hospital stop by taking 122B from here.

Hospital Website: https://sultanbeylidh.saglik.gov.tr

You can reach other hospitals in Turkey by this link: Hospitals in Turkey

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