Medipol University Hospital is the largest private health complex in Turkey, it is containing of four hospitals, which are: Cardio-Vascular Hospital, General Hospital, Dental Hospital and Oncology Hospital. Founded in 1997 and located in Istanbul. Read More
Medipol University Hospital
Medipol University Hospital accredits the Joint Commission International (JCI). Thus, allows the hospital to reference international patients and national patients.
Medipol University Hospital is characterized by its Intensive Care Units, which are equipped with advanced technology providing 24 hours non-stop service to high-risk patients whose vital functions are severely impaired and requiring intensive care monetarization.
Intensive care unit
In Medipol University Hospital, there is a total of 470 beds,
133 beds are within intensive care units (ICU) divided into:
Firstly, 22 beds for the Coronary Care Unit (CCU),
Secondly, 26 beds for the Cardio-Vascular Intensive Care Unit (CICU),
Thirdly, 32 beds for the General Intensive Care Unit (GICU)
In addition to 53 beds for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
25 operation rooms and all of them are serving with the latest technology, and by this technology, the hospital can simulate the operations.
Newborn Intensive Care
To begin with, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit gives 24 hours service with a team of experienced and expert physicians and medical equipment
Furthermore, There are 30 multi-channel monitors, portable x-ray devices, portable ultrasound, echocardiography, and Doppler device, intensive phototherapy devices used in the treatment of jaundice,
24-hour continuous blood gas, electrolytes, bilirubin (jaundice) monitoring can be done in 24 hours old infants with capillary blood gas devices.
The next follow-up of infants discharged from the unit is continued at Risky Babies Polyclinic.
Modern Physical and Organizational Structures and Facilities
In Medipol University Hospital, the patients and their relative’s comfortability taking into consideration, for that reason, the hospital hired 1500 employees.
It facilitated gardens of 15 acres, 100 thousand square of indoor area. Moreover, 26 thousand square meters of 5 car parks.
Features in Medipol University Hospital
Variation of Patient Rooms
There are different patient rooms within the hospital; they divided into the standard single patient room, suite room, and VIP room, with 470 beds. Moreover, the rooms have LCD screens with internet service, modern physical areas, and terraces in the suits.
It is a portable device located at the bedside in the patient room. Thus, it can let patients access their test results and information online by scanning the bar code in the fleet device.
Polin Café and Restaurant
In the restaurant, they offer healthy meals from Turkish and international dishes, managed by experienced staff.
It's capacity 600 people and is designed in the shape of a mosque and the room covered by a dome.
7\24 Security Service
The security service system in Medipol University Hospital is leading by the latest technology, including cameras in public areas, an x-ray control system, and an expert security team.
The hospital offers a fully equipped helicopter that helps to transfer patients in critical cases.
A Modern Pharmaceutical and Medical System
Pyxis system used in the hospital is the largest drug management system globally. The system offers full safety by working completely with the hospital information management system, starting from the drug store until delivering the medication to the patient. This system offers the five principles of medication administration: right patient, right medication, right time, right dose, and right method.
Pneumatic Tube System
To begin with, this system is on every floor and every building in Medipol University Hospital; it helps in the easy transfer of blood samples, medical reports, prescriptions, drugs. In addition to many things in the different floors and departments.
this system replaced the traditional way of using paper radiology images and allowed to keep all images in the computers. Furthermore, the system keeps the images from being lost and stores them safely for a long time; also, the images can saved on a CD upon patient request.