Koru Ankara Hospital

Koru Ankara Hospital

Private Koru Ankara Hospital, with 205 beds, is the preferred health center of patients from neighboring provinces and abroad, as well as Ankara, with its physical infrastructure, technological equipment, academic physician staff, taking into account patient satisfaction.
All surgical, internal, imaging and clinical laboratory services are provided at Private Koru Ankara Hospital built with the hospital architecture.
With 11 operating rooms, 4 intensive care units with 64 beds, a radiology clinic equipped with up-to-date technology, and the Da Vinci Robotic Surgery System, which is used in the treatment of cancer patients with a multidisciplinary approach, our patients are provided with international quality standards.

We Consider Your Comfort With VIP / Overseas Patient Services

VIP / Overseas patient service is provided with 3 king suites, 6 suites, experienced patient consultants and VIP supervisors, where comfortable hotel management services are provided. The VIP department, where ultrasound, blood collection, x-ray and examination procedures can be performed at the same time, is at your service with its easily accessible location.

Patient Rooms at Koru Hospital

The modern, comfortable and state of the art rooms at Koru Hospital are designed to provide patients with a healing and supportive environment that promotes their physical and emotional well-being during their stay in the hospital.  The spacious layout, adjustable bedding, lighting, climate control, communication systems, entertainment, internet and privacy features of the rooms provide comfort, while the advanced medical equipment in the patient rooms allows for real-time monitoring of vital signs and other health indicators, as well as administering medications and treatments.

Meals at Koru Hospital

The healthy, nutritious and well-balanced meals at Koru Hospital provide the necessary nutrients for healing and recovery, while also being easy to digest and appetizing.  The meals are tailored to the specific needs and dietary restrictions of the patient.  If, for religious or cultural reasons, you have any special meal requests, please inform us in advance, so that we may accommodate your request.
If your physician prescribes you a therapeutic diet while you are in the hospital, your meals are adapted accordingly.  Our hospital dietitians will advise you on nutrition to support your healing process and help you maintain a healthy diet.  

Language Services

At Koru Hospital, interpretation services are provided free of charge, 24 hours, 7 days a week.

International Patient Coordinators

Our International Patient Coordinators provide continuous assistance to our international patients starting from their first contact with Koru Hospital throughout their treatment process and follow up period.  Every international patient is assigned a patient coordinator, who will coordinate and assist you in navigating every aspect of the treatment process, including appointments, travel, accommodation, communication between the patient and healthcare providers, admission and discharge procedures, etc.

Admissions and Discharge

Your Patient Coordinator will accompany you throughout your treatment, admissions and discharge procedures, and follow-up appointments.
Please make sure you bring the following documents with you when arrive for treatment:
•  Personal identification 
•  Your medical records, x-rays, or previous test results (if your doctor has requested them)
•  List of your medical and surgical history with dates and procedures you've had
•  Your health insurance cards for all of your insurance plans
•  Referral and/or authorization forms, if required by your insurance provider
•  Contact information of your primary care physician and specialists (in case we need to coordinate your treatment and follow up care)
At the end of your treatment, you will receive a file including medical records of procedures and tests performed at Koru Hospital, prescriptions, instructions for follow up care, billing documents, etc.  You will have an appointment with your physician before you leave the hospital to go through your follow up care instructions, follow up diagnostic tests or imaging, if necessary, and any questions you may have regarding your treatment.  

Follow-up Appointments

After you return home after your treatment, you will have an online follow up appointment with your physician.  During your follow-up appointment, your physician will evaluate your progress and recovery. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Koru Hospital located?
Koru Hospital is located in Ankara, the capital city of Türkiye.  Ankara is located in the central part of the country, about 450 kilometres (280 miles) east of Istanbul. It is situated on a plateau at an altitude of approximately 850 meters (2,790 feet) above sea level, and it is surrounded by hills and mountains.
Ankara is easily accessible by air, with its international airport, Esenboğa International Airport, located about 28 kilometres (17 miles) northeast of the city centre. It is also connected to other major cities in Turkey by an extensive network of highways, railways, and bus routes.
As a tourist destination, Ankara is known for its rich history and cultural attractions, including the ancient Roman ruins of the Temple of Augustus and Rome, the Ankara Citadel, the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, and the Atakule Tower, which offers panoramic views of the city. Additionally, Ankara is home to many modern amenities, including shopping centres, restaurants, and nightlife options, making it an ideal location for both history enthusiasts and modern travellers.
Ankara is strategically located at the transportation axis between Istanbul, the Cappadocia region and the Black Sea Region.  
Cappadocia is known for its stunning landscapes, unique rock formations, and historical and cultural significance. The region's distinctive rock formations, also known as "fairy chimneys," were formed millions of years ago by volcanic eruptions and weathering. The region is also known for its underground cities, which were carved out of the soft volcanic rock by early Christians to protect themselves from invaders.  Cappadocia is a popular tourist destination, offering visitors a range of activities and experiences. Visitors can explore the stunning landscapes by hiking, hot air balloon rides, or horseback riding. The region also offers opportunities to experience traditional Turkish culture, such as pottery workshops, carpet weaving demonstrations, and Turkish baths.  
Türkiye's Black Sea Region is characterized by its lush green forests, steep hills, rugged coastline, and several high mountain ranges. It is known for its mild and humid climate, which supports a diverse range of flora and fauna.  The Koru Hotel is located in the city of Bolu, in the Black Sea Region.  The Hotel provides a serene and peaceful atmosphere surrounded by lush greenery and natural beauty of the Black Sea forests.  It is designed to promote relaxation and rejuvenation through a variety of wellness services and amenities and healthy dining options.  Guests have access to recreational activities such as hiking or cycling trails, guided nature walks. Koru Hospital international patients are welcome to connect with nature, and nourish their physical and mental well-being at koru Hotel as part of their treatment package or individually at special rates. 
Istanbul is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city located in Turkey, straddling the continents of Europe and Asia. As the largest city in Turkey and one of the most populous cities in the world, Istanbul is a bustling metropolis that offers visitors a unique blend of ancient history and modern culture.  The city is home to several famous landmarks and attractions, including the Hagia Sophia, that dates back to the 6th century, the Blue Mosque, a stunning example of Ottoman architecture with its blue-tiled interiors, and the Topkapı Palace, the former residence of Ottoman sultans and now a museum housing priceless treasures.  Istanbul is also famous for its bustling bazaars and markets, including the Grand Bazaar, one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world, and the Spice Bazaar, a vibrant and colourful market selling an array of spices, teas, and Turkish delights.  The city's unique location also means that it offers a variety of cultural and culinary experiences, with influences from both Europe and Asia. Visitors can sample delicious Turkish cuisine, including dishes such as kebabs, baklava, and Turkish delight, or explore the city's many bars and clubs, which offer a lively nightlife scene.
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