Health Tourism in Turkey Stands Out!

Turkey’s geographical and strategic position, approved service quality, climate, in 3 different continents, four-hour flight distance, to be able to access 1.5 billion people in the world doing the shining star of Turkey’s health tourism.

Why Turkey?

  • World-class health service quality
  • Competitive price advantages
  • Personal and various services
  • Number of accredited health institutions and organizations
  • Short waiting time
  • Rich cultural heritage

These features have an important role in forming the ideas of tourists visiting the country temporarily and people who want to spend the rest of their lives in another country after retirement.

Patients do not choose Turkey as a priority because of the price ratios. the cost of medical treatment and operations in Turkey are quite affordable compared to many other Western European countries and developed countries. For example, in vitro fertilization treatment in the United States is approximately 15.000 to 16.000 USD, 2600 USD in Turkey; laser myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism ranged from medical operations such as in European countries from 4000 to 8000 EUR, 600 EUR in Turkey; open heart surgery this price level, while the average in European countries is 25,000 EUR 10,000 USD in first class hospitals in Turkey.
Retirees who have health problems due to high prices experienced in western Europe and other developed countries in health care after retirement also prefer Turkey to continue their lives. This situation leads to international retirement migration.

Both retirement aliens want to take care of both wanting to spend in Turkey, Istanbul is offering opportunities for developing health services and tourist prefers Antalya.

Compared with European countries and Turkey for health tourism it is not the only cause of low wages that make it more attractive to international retirement. Turkey very competitive prices as well as offers world-class health service.

For health tourism, health institutions and organizations must be accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI). about 45 units accredited health institutions in Turkey / hospital there and ranks second in the world in this regard. Most of these accredited organizations are located in Istanbul. Istanbul ranks first in both the number of accredited health institutions and the diversity of health services.