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  1. We've had a few questions in our residence permit health insurance forum about what exactly is covered by a Turkish private health insurance policy. So I took this information directly from my own health insurance policy, from Groupama, and I present it here to give you an idea of what is covered. The first year is limited in coverage, to screen out those who might come in with pre-existing conditions requiring immediate care. But after the first year, you will get full coverage. Make sure you get one of your insurance company's cards with your policy number. With that, the hospital or other healthcare provider can call your insurance company to verify your coverage. The insurance companies have various contracts with healthcare providers throughout Turkey. They offer discount rates to them, on a secret price list. And these contracted healthcare providers will accept your insurance immediately and not bill you (or will only bill you for any portions of your bill which are not covered. If your insurance company doesn't have a contract with the healthcare provider you visit, your healthcare provider will probably tell you that you have to pay cash in advance and get a refund from the insurance company. But that doesn't mean they can't still bill your insurance company if you don't have the cash, whether they have a contract or not. Anyway, here is what is covered by a typical health insurance policy provided by a private Turkish company. Statement of Health Coverage Coverage Scope Contracted Non-contracted Limit of Coverage Contribution Limit of Coverage Contribution Inpatient Treatment Annual Unlimited None 20,000 TL 20% Hospital Room-Meal Daily Charge for Standard Single Room None Charge for Standard Single Room 20% Intensive Care Daily Charge for Intensive Care Unit None Charge for Intensive Care Unit 20% Outpatient Diagnosis Treatment Annual 2,000 TL 40% 2,000 TL 40% Auxiliary Medical Supplies Annual 1,000 TL 40% 1,000 TL 40% *"Contribution" is the percentage the patient must pay. *"Contracted" referrers to healthcare providers with whom the insurance company has a contract. *"Non-contracted" refers to healthcare providers with whom the insurance company does not have a contract. * International emergency assistance and medical consultancy * Outpatient treatment coverage is limited at 2,000 TL in aggregate annually at contracted and non-contracted healthcare institutions. Waiting Periods According to Groupama's policy, for the first year, many things are not covered. The following was taken directly from the "Waiting Periods" clause of a policy purchased May 13th 2016: 4- Waiting Periods 4.1. Diagnose, outpatient treatment, minor intervention, surgery and inpatient treatment expenses related to the below mentioned diseases and complications are not covered for 12 months following the first effective date of the policy provided by Groupama Sigorta: Hearth diseases, cancer, chronic diseases (diabetes, hypertension, COPD, MS, Thyroid Gland Diseases / Goiter, hepatitis, gastroesophageal reflux, peptic ulcer etc.) benign tumor - mass- polyp- lypoma nevusverruca - cyst. Provided that, after evaluating the declaration/documents of the insured/ the policyholder, the insurer may extend the waiting period for the above mentioned diseases or apply waiting period for other diseases on condition that it is written on the appendices. 4.2. All kind of physiotherapy and rehabilitation expenses as well as algology treatments are not covered for 12 months following the first effective date of the policy. Exclusions According to the same policy, the following things are never covered: 5 - Exclusions: In addition to the Health Insurance General Conditions article 2 of the, any disease and/or injury resulting from an accident during the term of the insurance will be excluded due to the cases mentioned below: 5.1. Expenses regarding diseases and disabilities which exist before the effective date of the policy, examination and treatment following the first diagnose of congenital and/or structural diseases and disabilities, diagnoses and treatments of hereditary diseases and disabilities as well as the expenses for any related disorder, 5.2. Expenses related with medical examination, laboratory/X-ray, etc. tests , treatments for medical analysis or medical prevention purposes in absence of disease tests, check-ups, medicine and vaccines for early diagnose of diseases, 5.3. Any procedures carried out in the absence of any diagnostic / treatment program required by a physician and expenses resulting from these procedures, 5.4. All expenses related with treatments considered experimental by the US FDA (Food and Drug Administration), any experimental treatments that are not scientifically proven, chiropractic, PRP, transplantation and use of root cells apart from cancer treatments, 5.5. All expenses related with motor and mental development disorder, growth and development disorder, 5.6. Apart from cases resulting from an accident occurred during the term of the policy, all kind of plastic surgeries, diagnose and treatments for esthetic purposes, gynecomasty, sex reassignment surgeries, breast reduction surgery, laser epilation, laser ad phototherapy procedures related with any skin disease (except for puva therapy), telangiectasia, therapies for dermal haemangioma, varicose treatments, 5.7. Expenses related to gall bladder and biliary track diseases, urinary system stone, 5.8. Expenses related to septum deviation, narrowness of nasal meatus, concha hypertrophy, tonsillitis, adenoid, sinusitis, auto-sclerosis and otitis media complications, 5.9. Expenses of diagnoses and treatments of hallux valgus, disc diseases (discopathy), carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar tunnel syndrome, shoulder and knee surgery (meniscus, cartilage, synovia and ligament lesions, etc., coxarthrosis, hygroma, 5.10. Expenses of coronary artery calcium scan by Electron Tomography (EBT), Volume Computer Tomography (VCT) and similar equipment, coronary artery angiographies by multi-detector computer tomography, and virtual bronchoscopy and virtual colonoscopy performed for scanning purposes, : 5.11. Expenses of diagnoses and treatments of spermatocele varicosele, hydrocele, umbilical cyst and epididymis cyst, prostate diseases, hernia, hemorrhoid / anal fistula, anal fissure / anal abscess, perianal abscess, Bartholin’s abscess/cyst/ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease and pilonidal sinus, 5.12. Expenses of diagnoses and treatments of sleep disorders sleep apnea and snoring, and auxiliary equipment, 5.13. Immunotherapy and allergy tests (dermal tests,determination of quantitative antigen in serum and other analyses), 5.14. All expenses related with pregnancy and childbirth and incubation care, 5.15. Expenses related to diagnose and treatment of organ transplantation and organ failure, expenses related to organ donation and donor, 5.16. Breast diseases, breast prosthesis and nipple reconstruction after cancer surgery, 5.17. Expenses related to all kind of medical treatment, laser and surgical procedures carried out for strabismus and refractive errors, expenses related to diagnoses, analyses and treatments of amblyopia, expenses related to diagnose and treatment of cataract, glaucoma and retinal diseases, 5.18. Expenses related to diagnoses and treatments of all diseases related with AIDS, ARCS and HIV, genital herpes, genital and anal papillomatous lesions (warts, condyloma acuminatum, etc.), genital and anal contagiosum, human papilloma virus (HPV) and expenses incurred for diagnosis and treatment of venereal diseases, 5.19. Expenses of abortion, expenses of sterilization (tube ligation, vasectomy, etc.), implant contraceptives, all birth control methods (spiral application, oral contraceptives, etc.), analyses of oral abortion, impotency (erectile dysfunctions), sexual dysfunction, infertility and/or fertilization (in vitro fertilization, microinjection, etc.), HSG and hysterosonography, etc., analyses, controls and treatments carried out before pregnancy, expenses related to diagnoses and treatments of ovary cyst, myoma, stress incontinence, cystorectoceie, adhesiotysis, endometriosis, endometrioma, 5.20. Circumcision and related complications, 5.21. Expenses incurred for physical therapy and rehabilitation over 20 sessions within one year of insurance received as part of an outpatient and/or inpatient treatment, 5.22. Expenses of psychiatric and psychological disorders/treatments, treatment of psychosomatic diseases and expenses related to psychologists, pedagogues, social service experts, etc, 5.23. Expenses of diagnoses and treatments of geriatric diseases (dementia, Alzheimer's disease, etc.) and psycho-geriatric diseases, 5.24. Expenses of diagnoses and treatments of a disease or an accident resulting from the effect of alcohol and narcotic substances under which the insured is, diagnoses and treatments of any disease and complications developed as a result of use of alcohol or narcotic substances, expenses of cigarette, alcohol and substance addiction treatment, 5.25. Expenses of alternative medicine methods (acupuncture, hypnosis, aromatherapy, neural therapy, etc.), obesity, diagnose of metabolic syndrome, metabolic surgery, obesity surgery, diabetes surgery, methods of weight gain and expenses related with foot care centers, expenses of PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), services used at SPA cure centers, massage expenses, dietary specialists, mud baths, weight loss centers, fitness centers and similar places, expenses related to anti-aging procedures, expenses of all kind of diagnoses and treatments of nutrition and diet, all expenses in beauty clinics, expenses of voice and speech therapy. 5.26. Expenses of all kind of examination, diagnose and treatment for hair loss, treatment of perspiration, iontophoresis and BTX procedures, treatments with orlistat and its derivatives (xenical caps, etc.), treatments with sibutramine and its derivatives (reductil caps). 5.27. Expenses of unlicensed drugs, vitamins and food supplementary products approved by Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, imported with the import license given by the Ministry of Health, expenses of fruit salts and medical sodas, supplements and herbs for weight loss, bran and plant fibres, artificial sweeteners, nicotine replacement products to quit smoking, contact lens care products, all kind of tooth paste, mouth and dental care products, all kind of medicinal teas, any products shaped like drug, containing components like herb and herbal elements and herbal extract distillate, unregistered by the Ministry of Health, all kind of soap, anti-dandruff and anti-hair loss products, hair or dandruff shampoo, skin cream, skin soap, cosmetic products, thermophore, thermometer, etc. 5.28. Expenses of all kind of intervention, diagnose and treatment on teeth, gum and jaw carried out by dentists. 5.29. Costs of eyeglasses, contact lenses and solutions, wheeled chair, hearing aid, ICD, crutches, orthopaedic boots-soles-slippers-shoes. 5.30. Costs of diapers, baby food, feeding bottle, pacifier, baby care creams, etc. 5.31. Expenses related to disability and injury occurred during the performance of all kind of professional and/or dangerous and extreme sports (mountain climbing, parachuting, air sports, underwater sports, rally, motocross, use of atv-utv, etc.) and related sports competitions and speed and strength races, and all kind of accident due to unlicensed driving.. 5.32. Expenses related to disability resulting from participation in strikes, workers movement involving lockouts, civil commotions, fights, etc. as well as expenses related to the required diagnosis and treatment. 5.33. Expenses of private nursing services at the hospital during outpatient or inpatient treatment 5.34. Costs of healthcare service received from physicians who are not specialist of the disease of the insured. 5.35. Expenses for use of robot, etc. in robotic surgical operations. 5.36. Daily hospital expenses exceeding the limit and the scope of coverage defined in the policy for treatments which should be inpatient treatment according to medical point of view. 5.37. Daily work disability compensation for the period in which the insured cannot work due to its medical condition resulting from a disease. 5.38. Expenses of daily home care which are out of scope of Nurse Care at Home Coverage. 5.39. Expenses related to pes planus and scoliosis, kyphosis and lordosis which are not a consequence of an accident occurred after the effective date of the policy. 5.40. All expenses excluded from guarantees, limits and contributions specified on the policy and any uncovered special situations specified in the additional clauses of the policy. The above is only an example taken from the policy of one insurance company. Consult your personal health insurance policy to see what it covers or doesn't cover. And contact your health insurance provider if you have any questions. If You Are Over 65 Years Old If you are over 65 years old, there is no requirement to prove you have health insurance, unless you are applying for a long-term residence permit. Turkey's Foreigner Communications Center The Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM) has a number you can call to speak to an immigration specialist. Call 157 from any telephone within Turkey. The call will be free. From outside of Turkey, call +90 312 157 1122. Long-distance charges will apply. Need to buy the required health insurance coverage for your residence permit? You can buy it online, or just get a free quote, by using our Expat Health Insurance Inquiry Form. See Also Minimum Health Insurance Coverage for Your Residence Permit Health Insurance for Residence Permits Forum: We have an entire forum dedicated to the health insurance requirement. If you have comments or questions, please post them there.
  2. The Anadolu Private Hospital in Alanya offers a wide range of services in multiple departments and clinics. Surgical Departments Anesthesia and Reanimation Neurosurgery General Surgery Opthamology Gynocology and obstetrics Ear, nose, and throat Orthopedics Urology Thoracic surgery Medical Departments Dermatology Pediatrics Internal medicine Neurology Neonatology Intensive Care Units Neonatal ICU Cardiology ICU Cardiovascular ICU General ICU Laboratories Biochemistry Microbiology Radiology 64 multislice CT 1.5 Tesla MRI Cardiac CT Angio Flat digital angiography Color Doppler ultrasound ECHO and Doppler ultrasound Conventional radiology Mammography Portable X-ray Bone densitometry Other Departments Emergency medicine General medicine Check-up Diabetes clinic ESWL Lithotripsy Endoscopy Laparoscopic surgery Arthroscopic surgery Laser dermatology Dialysis If you have an emergency, call 112. Anadolu's emergency call center is at 444 9112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  3. Side Anadolu Hastanesi One of Side's larger private hospitals, which offers: English and German-speaking doctors and sraff Specialists in many branches Facilitate hospital with modern technology Luxurious rooms Free internet access American Ford model ambulances Private and travel insurance accepted Surgical Departments Anesthesia and Reanimation Neurosurgery General Surgery Gynecology and Obstetrics Cardiovascular Surgery Ear, nose, and throat Orthopedics and traumatology Medical Departments Pediatrics Inernal medicine Pulmonology cardiology Laboratories biochemistry Hematology Microbiology Other Services Dentistry Emergency medicine General medicine Diabetes clinic Endoscopy brincoscopy Laparoscopic surgery Arthroscopic surgery Their 24-hour call center can be reached at 444 9 112. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  4. An outpatient medical services clinic serving both Side and Manavgat, which lets you get on with your holiday. It offers Well-being medicine Mesotherapy Prolotherapy Botox and filler Curator, theragem Ozone therapy complementary medicine Acupuncture Neural therapy Cell therapy Phytotherapy Auriculotherapy They have English-speaking doctors on call, 24 hours. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  5. Immediate access to treatment in Turkey. They visit you whenever you want. The Oba Outpatient Policlinic and Dialysis Center ls in Alanya's eastern part of the city center. They have medical centers specializing in Dental Health Dialysis Sleep Disorders Psychiatry Obesity Smoking Cessation Their clinics specialize in Algology Cardiology Chest diseases Dermatology Dietician Ear, nose, and throat Endocrinology Eye diseases General Surgery Gynocology Internal Medicine Neurology Neurosurgery Orthopedics Pediatrics Psychiatry Urology Their Oral and Dental Diseases Clinic offers Amalgam filling Bridges Bone graft implants Composit fillings Cosmetic dentistry Fillings Gingivectomy Implants Oral surgery Manoramic X-ray Periodontal flap operations Prosthetic denture mold making Root canal treatments Sinus augmentation Tooth whitening and cleaning Veneer crowns Zyrcon porcelain They also offer cosmetic surgery, including Abdominoplasty Eyelid surgery Breast reduction Facial aesthetic operations Hair transplants Endoscopic forehead and eyebrow lifts Lip surgery Chin and malar implants Breast augmentation Liposuction Oto Plasty (ear surgery) Botox and PRP ISO 9001 Certified since 2008 All International Travel Insurance Accepted They have English-spekaing guides and help Lines in various languages: Deutch: +90 533 381 9172 English: +90 533 381 9171 Dutch: +90 530 547 6438 Swedish: +90 533 381 9173 Danish and Norwegian: +90 533 680 4432 Finish: +90 533 381 9178 Polish and Czech: +90 533 381 9181 If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  6. The first place Turks go for minor illnesses is an eczane (eg-zah-neh), which is a Turkish a pharmacy or chemist's. They are identified by a red "E" emblazoned on a square white background. You'll find at least one eczane in practically every town in Turkey, and a large number of them in larger cities. When to Use an Eczane If you're suffering from some minor ailment, the pharmacist there is trained to listen to a description of your symptoms and dispense medicine. Many of these medicines might require a doctor's prescription in your country, but are dispensed by an eczacı (ej-zah-juh), or pharmacist, in Turkey. If your symptoms indicate that you need to see a doctor, or that you need a medicine which can only be prescribed by a doctor, the eczacı can recommend one. What You Can Get at an Eczane Besides medicine and drugs, you can also buy such things as Crutches Bandages Orthopedic devices Throat lozenges Aspirin Athlete's foot creme Antiseptic cremes and sprays Mosquito repellent Condoms While many of these types of items would be sold in a large grocery store in your home country, you have to go to an eczane to get some of them in Turkey. Prices are cheap though, since drug and medicine prices are controlled by the Turkish government. If they don't have the brand you want, they will probably have the same thing under another brand name. The Nöbetçi, or On-duty Pharmacist If you go to an eczane after normal hours or on Sunday, and find it closed, you'll see a sign on the door with an address and telephone number for the nöbetçi (nuh-beht-chee) or on-duty pharmacist. The duty rotates between eczanes in the same city or town, so at least one is always open. The nöbetçi eczane might not be close by, so you may need to ask a taxi driver to take you there if you don't know where it is. See Also Health, Healthcare, and Health Insurance forum: If you have questions, post them in this forum.
  7. Akdeniz Üniversitesi Hastanesi is a tertiary level hospital with 1050 bed capacity with 33 specialized clinical departments and is one of the leading medical centers in Turkey. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  8. Poliklinik hours: 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. The website has an English option at the upper right. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  9. Özel Bilgi Hastanesi One of Side's largest private hospitals, providing a full range of medical services. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  10. İzmir Kuzey Kamu Hastaneleri Birliği Alsancak Nevvar-Salih İşgören Devlet Hastanesi The state hospital in Alsancak, Izmir. Their toll-free number, which can be called from any telephone in Turkey, is 444 3511. There is also an online appointments system on their website. Turkey has a toll-free central hospital appointments hotline you can access by calling 182. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  11. Özel Çankaya Tıp Merkezi A privately-run health clinic in Izmir. Turkey has a toll-free central hospital appointments hotline you can access by calling 182. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  12. Fethiye Devlet Hastanesi Semt Polikliniği Their international patient department can be reached at 0 252 613 7274 Extension 3434. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  13. Özel Letoon Hastanesi Fethiye A prestigious private hospital in Fethiye. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  14. Özel Lokman Hekim Esnaf Hastanesi A private hospital in Fethiye. The hospital's appointments line is at 0 850 644 64 00 (08:00 - 24:00). Turkey also has a toll-free central hospital appointments hotline you can access by calling 182. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  15. The state hospital in Fethiye. To book an appointment, you can reach their central appointment hotline at 182. Their international patient department can be reached at 0 252 613 7242, extension 3434. They also have a page, in English, for foreign patients: http://www.fethiyedh.gov.tr/internationalpatientdepartment/international-patient-department.html If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  16. Mugla Ortaca 3 Nolu Dalyan Aile Sagligi Merkezi A family health center which serves as the Dalyan hospital. The main state hospital can be found in nearby Ortaca. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  17. Antalya Atatürk Devlet Hastanesi If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  18. Ortaca Devlet Hastanesi ve Poliklinik The main hospital for the Ortaca area. You can make an appointment by calling their national toll-free number, 182. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  19. Manavgat Devlet Hastanesi The state hospital is open from 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:00 Pm to 4:30 PM. The poliklinik is open from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM. You can make an appointment through the toll-free appointments hotline by calling 182. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  20. The state hospital in Kuşadası. For appointments you can call their toll-free hotline at 182. Their website has an English option. Turkey has a toll-free central hospital appointments hotline you can access by calling 182. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  21. The Turkish state hospital in Kemer. From anywhere in central Kemer, go to the D-400 highway and turn towards Antalya. You will see it on the left side as you are leaving Kemer. If you have an emergency, call 112 For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  22. Kaş Devlet Hastanesi The state hospital of Kaş county, located on the coastal road (D-400) between Kaş and Kalkan. The website has an English option. Their toll-free appointment line is 182. If you have an emergency, dial 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  23. Kaş Ahmet Sarıcaoğlu Aile Sağlığı Merkezi The main medical clinic in Kaş town. If you have an emergency call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  24. Hello, all--I am an American in the process of getting Turkish citizenship. My husband is Turkish. We are hoping to move to Turkey in the fall.I have a question about prescription medicine. Does anyone know how to find out if certain medicines are available in Turkey and/or if they are legal/illegal in Turkey?I have narcolepsy, which is being managed quite nicely by two prescription medications, both of which are popular for illegal use. One is Xyrem, which is sodium oxybate, aka the "date rape drug." The other is Adderall, which is brand name for amphetemine. I'm worried on several fronts about both. 1. Is Xyrem and Adderall available in Turkey? Does anyone know or know how I can find out?2. Are they illegal in Turkey? (Xyrem is illegal in Australia, for instance.) I'm hoping that they are legal and prescribed in Turkey. If they aren't, I don't know what I will do. I am currently "normal" i.e. able to lead a perfectly normal life--work, drive, etc. Without the X-A combination, however, I sleep 17 hours a day, am unemployable, can't drive, etc. Before we go, I need to understand what the situation is and assess how feasible a move is for us.Any help anyone can provide is much appreciated--
  25. Hello everybody. My name is ???? ?????? and I am from England, UK. I am currently in higher education studying A Levels. I want to go onto study medicine however in the UK it is very hard to get a place as universities here have very few seats and the cost for univeristy here is VERY expensive. Therefore I thought I might as well see what my options are like in turkey. I am looking for a medicine course in turkey which is taught in the English language entirely (I cannot speak turkish at all). I have a few questions: what are the entry requirements in terms of A Levels? (So what grades do I need at A Level). are there any universities that teach medicine in the English language? how long does a medicine programme last for?I'd appreciate it if some already foreign students (i.e. not from turkey) can share with me there experiences of studying abroad. Thank You
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