Safety system

Residing anesthesiologists

Residing anesthesiologists who are former-professors from university hospitals will be attending to your safety needs during the operation.

Residing physicians

Physicians who are former professors from university hospitals are residing to check general anesthesia and pre & postoperative care for chronic patients who have high blood pressure, diabetes, angina etc.

UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) System

We have a UPS equipped facility in all operating rooms in preparation of hospital blackouts.

24-hour Emergency Call Center

In case of emergency in the middle of the night, patients can always contact us at our 24 hour emergency hotline for assistance.

The most advanced monitoring system

We can perceive patients’ status thoroughly, detect even minor changes and handle them ASAP with the most advanced monitoring equipment that is even capable of measuring carbon dioxide levels while exhaling.

Aseptic air-shower system

We have an aseptic air-shower equipped system to prevent infections caused by dust or bacteria during surgery. This ensures patients are operated on in a clean and safe environment.

7. The most advanced HVAC
(Heat Ventilation & Air Conditioning System)

We have equipped the most advanced HVAC system to maintain optimum temperatures and to prevent outside air in the operating room.

Emergency cart system in each operating room

In order to prepare for emergencies, everything is arranged on carts for first aid in each operating room.

Oxygen supply system for a speedy recovery in patient rooms

To ensure patients’ quick recovery after surgery, every bed in the patient room is equipped with an oxygen supply facility.

Safe and fast recovery with Sevoflurane Anesthesia

Instead of using a plain anesthetic gas, we use ‘Sevoflurance’, which lessens the strain on the liver and passes through the patient’s system more quickly than regular anesthesia.

Detailed medical checkup (examination) prior to surgery

If no health issues are detected from the pre-surgery medical checkup such as the blood test or EKG (Electrocardiography), the patient may proceed with the surgery.


* Side effects such as bleeding, inflammation, infection, etc. can be experienced after surgery and consult with your doctor as individual results may vary.*