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Health and Investment

Health and Investment

  • There are 1520 hospitals in Turkey, 34% of them being private hospitals.
  • The number of private hospitals increased by 6.5% between the years of 2000-2010.
  • There are 20% doctors in private hospitals and 59% doctors in public hospitals.
  • The rate of public works is 65% and the rate of private works sector is 51%.
  • As the country needed more healthcare services, 17 medical cities were established at the end of the year 2018.
  • During the global crisis with the Covid-19 virus, Turkey's largest medical city, The Başakşehir Medical City, was inaugurated in the European part of Istanbul to fight the Corona epidemic.
  • Thus, medical tourism, whether private or public, will be developed.
  • Sulfuric water physiotherapy centers are on the process of development in 55 provinces by the Ministry of Health and the private hospitals.
  • Private hospitals are an important factor in the health of Turkish society, especially in cases of short-term treatment.
  • Private hospitals cover 80% of their income from the state insurances, which provides them with great stability for decades.
  • Corona crisis has made it clear that medical investment needs more efforts and health will play the biggest role in the world and is a strong investment attraction.