Başkent University Hospital / İstanbul

19 Feb 2021 Hospitals


Istanbul Health Practice and Research Center of Başkent University was built on the lot in Altunizade District, Oymacı Street No: 7 and construction of this new healthcare facility, which was equipped by modern devices and put into service on February 23rd, 2007, was completely financed by Başkent University.

Our hospital was founded in order to provide reliable, quality and swift healthcare services for the patients.Our university’s approach to the quality in healthcare is certified with “TS-EN ISO 9001:2015.”In this regard, our center is no different than other 9 hospitals of Başkent University that are located all over the country.Briefly, our center has carried the accumulated knowledge and experience of Başkent University to a new building in Istanbul.

In addition to our main building with 126 beds in 13.000 m2of indoor area, we provide healthcare services at outpatient clinics and Çekmeköy Dialysis Center with 44 beds.

In addition to the capacity of 70 patient beds at Başkent University Istanbul Hospital, services are also rendered at following units;

  • Palliative Care Center with 21 beds,
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with 12 beds,
  • Anesthesia and Reanimation Intensive Care Unit with 10 beds,
  • Coronary Intensive Care Unit with 7 beds,
  • Cardiovascular surgery Intensive Care Unit with 6 beds.

There are inpatient clinics on 2 floors of the main hospital building.Close monitoring and security are the prioritized for inpatients.Security measures include, but are not limited to, the emergency warning system called “Code Blue” and telemetric monitoring.The patients can be monitored through fixed cameras when in their beds, while they can also be monitored through other cameras when not in their rooms.Thus, arrhythmia can be identified that may develop while walking, if it cannot be detected at rest.“Code Blue” system is activated when the nurse call buttons are pressed that are fitted in the patient’s room the bathroom.The constantly present “emergency response team” arrives on site as soon as possible to take over the “resuscitation” process.Administration inspects whether the intervention is performed swiftly or the the team arrived on site in a timely manner.

Moreover, technical matters such as temperature and ventilation systems of operation theatres, intensive care units and floors as well as performance of generators are continuously monitored at the automated central command center.Uninterrupted power supplies are always active in critical departments in case of power outages.Range of healthcare services are broadened with new outpatient clinics of Başkent University, which rapidly develops in Istanbul.