Medicana Ataşehir Hospital is one of the most essential healthcare centers in Turkey and Europe. It is planned to deliver services in all medical disciplines. Its modern technological infrastructure and high-level architecture offer a wide range of services.
Medicana Ataşehir Hospital is planned to be one of Istanbul's most comprehensive healthcare concepts, creating a new understanding of healthcare services.
We combine all medical disciplines, specialized treatments, and surgical treatment modalities, integrating cutting-edge technology with a patient-oriented service approach, and offer them to Istanbul, especially the Anatolian Side.
Interior areas designed to ensure superior comfort for patients and relatives experienced healthcare professionals who monitor contemporary knowledge and innovations, and the ability to combine specialized treatments with modern technology through its excellent technological infrastructure distinguish Medicana Ataşehir from its counterparts. The "Future" of healthcare service delivery begins with Medicana Ataşehir Hosptial.
Patient-oriented Service Approach…
Every detail was considered to ensure the comfort of patients, relatives, and employees while Medicana Ataşehir Hospital was designed. All spaces, ranging from lobby areas, outpatient clinics, and patient waiting areas to physician and patient rooms, are designed to meet all needs of patients. All details are considered to ensure patients' and relatives' comfort during hospital stay and treatment processes. Each component, including but not limited to color selection, furniture forms, lighting, and accessories, is planned to supplement the recovery. We always stand by you to meet your needs in a modern hospital with imaging units with superior technological means, specialized laboratories, high-tech operating theatres, and intensive care units.
- Standard Room
Standard rooms are designed to meet the needs of patients and their relatives at Medicana Ataşehir Hospital. As is the case with suites, television, internet, and newspaper services are available in patient rooms, which meet all the basic needs of patients and family members.
- Suite Room
Suite rooms consist of a visitors' room and double bathrooms. Numerous services, ranging from a minibar to television, wireless internet, and newspapers, are delivered in suites.
- Oral and Dental Health
- Anesthesiology and Reanimation
- Internal Medicine
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- General Surgery
- Pulmonary Medicine
- Gynecology and Obstetrics
Mass Transportation Lines
Bus: 14ŞB, 19E, 19M, 256
Minibus/Dolmus (Shared Taxi): DOLMUS (SHARED TAXI): D-61
- If you come from July 15 Martyrs’ Bridge
Follow Ankara/Ataşehir roadside signs after the July 15 Martyrs' Bridge.
Go to the Ataşehir/Erenköy/Bostancı exit and keep going in the right lane to follow the link road towards K. Bakkalköy/Erenköy/Bostancı/D100.
Take the right side of the crossroad towards Kozyatağı O2 link road/Istanbul Freeway/O2.
Take the Ataşehir/Yenisahra/K.Bakkalköy exit.
Keep going from the right side of the crossroad and follow Küçükbakkalköy signs to reach the E-80 link road.
Reach Vedat Günyol Street and take a U-turn at the location of Merdivenköy Yolu Street.
When you follow the right lane, you will see Medicana Ataşehir Hospital on your right side.
- If you come from Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge
Follow E-80 road after FSM Bridge.
Keep going on the left lane on Kozyatağı 02 link road/Istanbul Freeway/O2 and follow Kadıköy/Bostancı/O-1 signs.
Take the Ataşehir/ Yenisahra /K.Bakkalköy exit.
Follow the right lane at the crossroads, drive to Küçükbakkalköy E-80 link road/Vedat Günyol Street, and take a U-turn at the intersection with Merdivenköy Yolu Street.
When you follow the right lane, you will see Medicana Ataşehir Hospital on your right side.
- If you come from Sabiha Gökçen Airport
Use the right line to follow the link road towards Pendik/Tuzla/D100.
Take the Kurtköy Pendik link road, then continue on the D100 road.
Take the D100 exit and drive towards the E-80 side road. Turn right towards Kayışdağı Street.
Go towards Kayışdağı Street.
Kayışdağı Street turns to left side, where Küçükbakkalköy E-80 link road/Vedat Günyol Street begins. Use the right lane for a slight left turn to keep going on Küçükbakkalköy E-80 link road.
Follow the right lane to keep going on Küçükbakkalköy E-80 link road/Vedat Günyol Street. You will see Medicana Ataşehir Hospital on your right side.
- If you come from Istanbul Airport
Via Kuzey Marmara Otoyolu/O-7:
1- Continue to İmrahor
2- Continue on Kuzey Marmara Otoyolu/O-7 to İstanbul. Take the exit toward Ataşehir/Yenisahra/K. Bakkalköy from Kozyatağı O2 Bağlantısı/İstanbul Çevre Yolu/O-2
3- Drive to Küçükbakkalköy E 80 Bağlantı Yolu/Vedat Günyol Cd.
Mass Transportation Lines:
Bus: HVIST-14,19EK, 14ŞB, C116, D63-A, D63-B,256, 252, 251
Subway: M11, M7
A - HVIST-14 -> 19EK, 14ŞB, C116, D63-A
B - HVIST-14 -> C116, 14ŞB, 19EK, D63-B
C - M11 -> M7 -> 256
D - M11 -> M7 -> 252, 251 -> C116, 14ŞB, 19EK, D63-B
- Parking Lot
A valet parking service is available at our hospital.
Robin Cook offers both cafeteria and food services in our hospital.
- Prayer Room
Our hospital has one prayer room designed to meet the needs of all religions and beliefs.
- Other Services
Special services available upon request are as follows:
•Hot Drink Set
•Minibar refill service
•Newborn Infant Clothing
•Special Celebration Meal Service
All our medical technological devices and services at Medicana Ataşehir Hospital are listed below.
The linear accelerator (Linac) is a device used in cancer treatment and can generate high-energy radiation. This device is crucial in radiotherapy treatment to destroy or control cancer cells. This method targets cancer cells during radiotherapy while minimizing damage to healthy tissues. Thanks to its dose control and effect features, Linac is a tool used to treat various types of cancer.
MR-Linac combines magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with linear accelerator (Linac) technology into a single medical imaging and radiotherapy device. This device aims to increase precision in cancer treatment through its real-time imaging capability during treatment. It features real-time monitoring of the tumor and surrounding tissues during treatment, the creation of precise treatment plans, the ability to adapt to anatomical changes, and, thus, the ability to minimize damage to surrounding tissues.
Positron Emission Tomography - Computed Tomography (PET-CT) is used for advanced medical imaging. The images of PET and CT combine anatomical and functional information, providing a comprehensive assessment opportunity. It is primarily used in areas such as cancer diagnosis, treatment planning, and monitoring of the treatment. PET-CT can support early diagnosis of diseases, evaluation of response to treatment, and determination of the extent of disease spread.
da Vinci Robot
The da Vinci Robotic Device is a robotic surgery system used to perform surgical procedures. This system provides the surgeon with precise control and magnification, aiding in executing surgical interventions. Commonly used in various fields such as oncological, gynecological, urological, and cardiovascular surgery, the da Vinci Robotic Device stands out as a technology contributing to the precise, effective, and minimally invasive execution of surgical procedures.
1.5 Tesla MR
The 1.5 Tesla MRI imaging is a technological test that uses radio waves to capture detailed pictures of the body's internal organs. This test can detect diseases in various areas, such as the chest, abdomen, brain, lungs, knee, heart, and pelvis.
The Excimer Laser is a tool designed for vision correction and adjusting refractive errors, including myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism, by altering the cornea's shape to an appropriate configuration. It is utilized to manage myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism. This quickly applied device focuses on correcting eye abnormalities to remove the dependency on eyeglasses and contact lenses.
Femto Cataract Laser
The Femto Cataract Laser is a device used to treat cataract disease, which typically arises from the clouding of the eye's lens and reduces vision ability. It involves creating a corneal incision with a laser beam instead of a blade, aiming to cause less damage to surrounding tissues while correcting astigmatic defects.
3D Tomosynthesis-Featured Digital Mammography
3D Tomosynthesis features digital Mammography scans the breast tissue in three dimensions. This method allows for obtaining multiple images from different angles and creating a three-dimensional image of the breast tissue in 1 mm slices. This technology is used for the early diagnosis of breast cancer.
DSA (Digital Subtraction Angiography) Digital Angiography
DSA (Digital Subtraction Angiography) is used for detailed imaging of all the vessels in the body, allowing for the diagnosis of vascular diseases with the images obtained. This method can detect diseases such as narrowing, malformation, and fistulas in the vessels of different body areas, including the brain, abdominal region, skin, arms, and legs.
HoLEP is a prostate surgery method that uses a holmium laser entered through the urinary canal. Though performed in a minimally invasive manner, it removes the entire prostate similar to open prostate surgery. Spinal anesthesia can be sufficient during the surgery. The HoLEP method is used in the treatment of prostate diseases, allowing for the treatment of benign prostate enlargement.
Ultrasonography (US) is a method that uses sound waves to produce images. Many diseases can be diagnosed using an ultrasound device. This device, which does not involve radiation risk or side effects, does not cause any pain to the patient. Since ultrasonography does not involve radiation, patients do not experience unnecessary radiation exposure.
Computed Tomography (CT)
Computed Tomography (CT) is an imaging method that uses special X-ray technology to create detailed pictures or scans of the inside of the body, combining X-ray images to form cross-sectional views of vessels, bones, and soft tissues.
Mammography is a radiological imaging method using low-dose rays for screening and diagnosing breast diseases, widely used for early breast cancer detection.
X-ray visualizes the inside of the body, allowing for the imaging of bones and tissues. It plays a significant role in diagnosing many diseases and planning treatment processes.
EUS (Endoscopic Ultrasound)
EUS (Endoscopic Ultrasound) is a procedure that utilizes ultrasonography at the tip of specialized devices used in digestive system endoscopy to image internal organs. This method is used for staging tumors in the digestive system and adjacent organs (stomach, intestines, gallbladder, liver, pancreas) and examining lesions located just below the surface of the digestive system.
EBUS (Endobronchial Ultrasound)
Bronchoscopy involves the direct visual inspection of the entire airway using a specialized imaging instrument known as a bronchoscope. Conversely, Endobronchial Ultrasound (EBUS) represents a technique that permits the ultrasonographic evaluation of the airway wall and the lungs while performing bronchoscopy. This approach is employed in diagnosing various conditions, including lung cancer, bronchial bleeding, lung fibrosis, lymphoma, and tuberculosis.