Our hospital is operated with "human oriented" approach under umbrella of Ihlas Holding, which adopted the principle of doing business in the sector of healthcare facility, totally based on the principle of social responsibility.


The historical building, where Turkiye Gazetesi Hospital is currently operated, was constructed under ruling of the Sultan Abdulhamid II in 1894. The building was restored in 1991, should historical and natural beauties are preserved, while all principles of modern hospital business are fulfilled, and the hospital is put into service by Ihlas Holding in a peaceful and safe & secure environment, also combining history and nature thanks to the landscape, on an open area of 17 thousand square meters at the heart of Istanbul.


Our hospital offers any and all diagnostic and therapeutic procedures using most contemporary methods in medical and surgical departments/services, including Internal Medicine, Pulmonolgy, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Dermatology, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Nutrition and Diet, Cardiovascular Surgery, Cardiology, Neurosurgery, General Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Anesthesiology an Reanimation, Orthopedics and Traumatology, Otorhinolaryngology, Plastic Surgery, Urology, Gynecology & Obstetrics, Pediatrics and Oral and Dental Health clinics.


Turkiye Gazetesi Hospital is among elite ophthalmology units of our country based on technological equipment and physician staff. The hospital is operated by expert and qualified personnel, who adopted a modern and corporate business approach and have up-to-date knowledge, based on respect to patient rights and traditional values in the light of the mission to offer quality and cost-effective healthcare services to all segments of the society. The hospital is proceeding on the way by combining social and humanitarian responsibilities with the high-quality service approach, similar to the principles adopted in the past, in order to fulfill the vision "being the primary address of reliability, safety and peace for healthcare".


Our hospital is operated in accordance with strict concordance to patient satisfaction and respect to patient rights, all wishes and expectations of each patient are duly monitored, and possible complaints are immediately assessed and resolved, and thus, all efforts are made to maximize the patient satisfaction.


Turkiye Gazetesi Hospital is making its best to further enhance to relationship based o reliability and amity in a peaceful environment, and improvement and renewal efforts are continuously made, and new branches and physicians are taken under the umbrella; all clinicians are adapted to meet reasonable expectations of patients.


Turkiye Gazetesi Hospital is not only offering therapeutic services, but it is also acting with the principles of social responsibility, when healthcare services are provided. In this sense, efforts are ongoing to make contributions to enhance health and healthcare awareness of the society, and serial publications (Reçete Journal), internet publications and public health seminars are some examples of such efforts.


In addition to the TSE EN ISO 9001:2008 Quality certificate issued by Turkish Standards Institute, contracts are made by and between our hospital and MEYER and TÜV, and thus, our quality certificates are renewed as of 2004. Following official audits, our hospital is granted the TS EN ISO 9001:2008 Quality Certificate by MEYER and TÜV. Moreover, our hospital is also audited by Quality and Accreditation Department of the Ministry of Health within scope of Service Quality Standards (SQS) Evaluation program, and a high score is given to our hospital, following a successful audit period.


The hospital is given the title "Baby-friendly hospital" based on relevant adaptations and modifications, and our hospital aims to implement worldwide recognized accreditation standards at all healthcare areas.

Turkiye Gazetesi Hospital is awarded the "EU Quality Prize for Year 2010" in the Second International EU Quality Summit, which was organized by Consumer Academy in the Brussels on May 29, 2010.


Our hospital has not only historical buildings, but also century-old plane trees, and accordingly, our hospital is considered as a heritage to future generations, and all efforts are made for human health in all processes, and necessary importance is attached to protection of environmental and structural integrity, which is an inevitable part of human health.