President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan inaugurated the new city hospital in Kocaeli, Turkey on Saturday. The state-of-the-art facility is set to provide high-quality medical care to patients from across the region.
The hospital, which has been under construction since 2017, boasts a total of 1,550 beds and covers an area of 760,000 square meters. It features modern medical technologies and equipment, including an intensive care unit, emergency department, and a radiology unit.
During his speech at the inauguration ceremony, President Erdoğan emphasized the importance of providing easy access to quality health care for all citizens. He praised the efforts of those who worked tirelessly to bring the project to fruition and expressed his confidence that the new hospital would make a significant contribution to the region’s health care system.
The new hospital will also serve as a teaching hospital for medical students, providing them with hands-on experience in a real-world setting. The facility is expected to create job opportunities for healthcare professionals, boosting the local economy.
With the opening of the new city hospital, residents of Kocaeli will have access to world-class medical care closer to home. The facility represents a major step forward in the Turkish government’s efforts to improve the country’s health care infrastructure and ensure that all citizens have access to quality medical services