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3979 patients have already received the treatment plan

LIV Hospital Group

medium price level

4 days clinic's response speed

4 requests per day

3979 patients have already received the treatment plan

LIV Hospital Group consists of multi-specialized Turkish hospital with two divisions of LIV Hospital Ankara, and LIV Hospital Istanbul (Ulus). Both of them are smart hospitals of new generation with all the medical technologies available in the world: da Vinci robot-assisted system for the surgeries, MAKOplasty for knee replacement, YAG Laser for vascular surgery, virtual angiography for cardiac diagnostics, etc. In 2016, LIV hospital had the best success rate among all Turkish hospitals. Three LIV centers are entitled as the Centers of Excellence.

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45 patients' reviews
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The patient was treated of atrial fibrillation

Tall. Competent. Liked it. In organizing a trip

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The patient was treated of coronary artery disease

We express our gratitude for the assistance rendered to the Liv Hospital clinic, in the future we will recommend this Hospital to all our friends and acquaintances. All at the highest level!!! Dr. Burak, a cardiologist with a capital letter, words of gratitude can not convey this, a professional in his field! Also, many thanks to the patient care team, Robert and Madina, a very responsive and attentive girl, worked with us. Special thanks to the coordinator Dmitry Belek for the information provided on medical directions, from the very beginning, as we submitted the application, he was very attentive, and solved any of our questions. Thank you so much!

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The patient was treated of migraine

I stayed very long to see a doctor in Liv clinic such super doctors

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The patient was diagnosed in this clinic

I went to Liv hospital to do laser vision correction with the femto lasik method. However, I was not able to do this operation. The doctor who examined me found a small chance of 1 in 5,000 of the occurrence of a complication after the operation, and refused to do the operation. This is a brief description of my trip. Now I will tell in detail. I came to Istanbul for the second time to see a doctor to do a laser vision correction. The first time was in October 2018, but then I needed to strengthen the retina with an argon laser. Strengthening the retina was successful, and now my retina is in good condition. And the laser vision correction was postponed to December 2018. When I arrived in December (I am writing about this trip now), the doctor already knew that I want to do a laser vision correction. However, the operation was canceled. I do not understand why the doctor did not warn me about the cancellation of the operation earlier, in October? He could have examined me in October using his instruments. I specifically singled out a week in December for this operation, but the operation was not done. On the other hand, this doctor has a strong positive side - for a modest fee, he gave me quite a lot of time and attention. First, he examined me with his instruments, where he works. The devices showed that the situation with the right eyes is uncertain - it is unclear whether it is possible to perform an operation, or not. Then the doctor examined me several times with the same instruments, analyzed my images for a long time and discussed the problem with the nurses and the nurse. It took a few hours. Then the doctor said that my situation was not quite normal, and I contacted my colleague who works at American University Hastanesi, if I remember the name correctly. In this place recently appeared some new ophthalmologic apparatus, which is considered one of the newest. And the doctor arranged for me to do an additional examination there on this device free of charge in order to clarify my borderline situation. Then came the negative point: the doctor said that my situation is borderline, and if I have an operation, there is a small risk of complications on the sclera or on the cornea, I did not understand exactly. If there are complications, another operation will be needed. Therefore, I have one day to decide whether I agree to have surgery despite the risk. I thought until the morning, decided to have an operation and reported it. However, after that the doctor invited me to his place, talked about the fact that he would not take the risk, and as a result refused to do the operation. I do not understand, if the doctor in any case decided not to have an operation for me, why did he ask me to think one day and make a decision? In addition, if I can’t do the femto lasik correction, why haven’t I been offered an alternative - the smile method, the implantation of phakic lenses? Why didn’t the doctor say a word about these alternatives? I myself asked about phakic lenses, but the doctor and the staff were very busy at that time, in parallel with me the doctor was still taking other patients, and I did not receive an answer to the question. This is the description of my trip to Liv Hospital. Next, I will look for another doctor to do a laser vision correction.

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The patient was treated of intraocular lens implant

Highly recommended for both hospital and bookimed. However English can be challenge with the administration team... Bookimed made small mistake on appointment but the team in the ground managed to correct very easy, the explains hospital system flexibility and outstanding performance

Prices

Prices for diagnostics

PET/CT
$1000 - $1150
Gastroscopy with biopsy
$1500
Biopsy Colposcopy
Mammography
Biopsy
Extended analysis of blood
$300 - $500
Biochemical blood analysis
starting $700
Tumor Marker Blood Test
$300 - $500
PSA test
$100
Colposcopy
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Treatment costs

Prostatectomy
$7300 - $16000
Radiation therapy for brain tumor
Vaporization (with GreenLight Laser)
$13050
Corneal transplant
$6750
Pancreatic cancer surgery
Mastectomy
Lung segmentectomy
$12300 - $15800
Hysterectomy (uterus removal)
$18500
Brachytherapy for prostate cancer
Dental Implant
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About hospital

Special features of LIV Hospital:

  • over 12,000 performed surgeries per year;
  • the best success rates in the neurosurgery and abdominal surgery in Turkey;
  • JCI certificate;
  • TÜV SÜD certificate;
  • took the 4th place as the certified center in robotic Surgery after American centers.

LIV Hospital is one of the leading medical institutions in Turkey.

LIV Hospital received the Certificate of Excellence in Colorectal surgery - the world’s first, the Certificate of Excellence in Bariatric surgery - the first in Turkey and other wards.

Cancer Center

LIV oncologists provide treatment for cancers of all kinds.

Main methods of treatment are:

  • Robotic Surgery
  • Radiation therapy
  • HIPEC
  • Oncogramme.

LIV Hospital Group in Istanbul

LIV Hospital Istanbul

Robotic Surgery is a main method of treatment for:

  • esophageal oncology
  • stomach cancer (applying for the removal of lymph nodes saving vascular structures at the same time)
  • colorectal tumors (minimizing complications)
  • pancreatic cancer (is considered as the most effective kind of surgery)
  • cancer of the liver and biliary tract (reducing recovery period and pain and having following better cosmetic outcome)
  • uterine cancer
  • cervical cancer (in case if the tumor is less than 4 cm and hasn't spread)
  • prostate cancer
  • cancer in children.

LIV Hospital Robotic Surgery Center is chosen as a Center of Excellence by the Surgical Review Corporation (SRC) as a place of exceptional quality, safety, outcome and care.

Radiation therapy

Oncology diseases required radiation application are treated with IORT - Intraoperative Radiotherapy aimed at microscopical removal of affected organs and tissues saving the health ones.

HIPEC

Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy is aimed at treatment of:

  • appendiceal tumors
  • colorectal cancer with stomach metastasis
  • ovarian cancer.

Heated (40-42C) chemo agents are placed into the stomach for 1.5 hours to destroy cancer cells and minimize the exposure for the other tissues. HIPEC is more harmful than usual chemotherapy.

Medical treatment at LIV Hospital involves an Oncogramme - kind of lab method to detect what medicines will be more effective during the treatment. Is applicable if primary tumor origin is unknown, tumor is rare, a patient was unsuccessfully treated by medication prior, it is neсessary to determine drug sensitivity and patient's resistance.

Pediatric cancer is treated according to the treatment plans developed by the LIV Hospital Pediatric Oncology Council.

There is a special approach of teamwork at LIV Hospital Group called ALARA - 'as low as is reasonably achievable' to monitor the spread of cancer, estimate the treatment efficiency and post-treatment patient's condition to timely reach on any changes and minimize side effects.

Center of Neurological Sciences

All kinds of neurological disorders are treated in the Center. It is consisted of specialized units:

  • Brain and Neuro Surgery Department
  • Movement Disorder Clinic
  • Headache Clinic
  • Memory Health Clinic.

Brain and Neuro Surgery Department specialists provided 256 surgeries in 2016 including functional neurosurgery (DBS), brain and spinal surgeries, surgeries in children (hydrocephalus, craniosynostosis, etc).

Bone Marrow Transplant Center

BMT Center specialists at LIV Hospital have provided over 1,000 transplant procedures.

The diseases of leukemia, lymphomas, myeloma, aplastic anemia, testicular cancer, Ewing's sarcoma, immune deficiencies and metabolic illnesses of certain type.

Stem cells for the treatment are taken from bone marrow, peripheral blood, umbilical cord blood.

LIV Hospital doctors provide autologous (own patient's cells) and allogeneic (both from related and unrelated donor) transplants.

Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic

The specialists of the Clinic deal with such cases as:

  • scoliosis and kyphosis
  • traumatic and degenerative spinal diseases
  • spinal infection tumors
  • spinal, hip, shoulder, hand and wrist, foot and ankle surgeries
  • innovative knee surgery - MAKOplasty - for full/partial knee restoration with 97% of success rates.

LIV Hospital Group in Ankara

LIV Hospital Ankara

Figures at LIV for 2016

LIV Hospital shows leading positions in Turkish healthcare system according to many criteria:

  • 292,425 outpatients and 39,021 inpatients
  • 50,104 foreign patients
  • 13,263 performed operations
  • 3,228 cardiosurgery operations. Survival rate is 96% (average index in Turkey – 89%)
  • 2,502 – gastrointestinal tract operations. Survival rate – 94% (average index in Turkey – 89%)
  • 256 neurosurgery operations. Survival rate is 91% (average index in Turkey – 81%)
  • 2,340 orthopedic operations. LIV Hospital’s traumatology is the only department in Turkey which cooperates with the European organization AOSpine and applies MakoPlasty – the robot-assisted technique for knee endoprosthesis replacement without cords or muscles injuring.
  • Survival after chest operations in 2015 and 2016 drew up 100%!

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Tahir Feb 21, 2019
The patient underwent coronary stenting

The level is above average. Cardiologist Murat Yalchin is a professional. Many thanks to him. The condition in the wards is good, sin to complain. And the staff is great. But the most important thing in my treatment is all the merit of the coordinator doctor Katerina Bonko. Many thanks to her. She treated me to a familiar person with a soul. And this is rare in our time. Thank you Katia.

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Roxana Feb 21, 2019
The patient underwent check-up

Excellent medical staff, very competent and thoughtful. Bookimed team was extremely helpful to identify the best type of medical investigation for our case. Overall, we are very grateful to everybody for all the care and support received in Solingen!

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Viktoria Feb 21, 2019
The patient was treated of endometriosis

A wonderful medical center, highly qualified doctors, everyone speaks Russian. Never before have seen such a good and caring attitude of doctors. They did not understand one thing: why was it necessary to send all tests and ultrasounds to the coordinator, if the doctor was not familiar with them. Well, that took everything with you!

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Saltanat Feb 21, 2019
The patient underwent coronary angiography

Hello!! We in the clinic, our mother installed a stent on the heart. We are very pleased with the level of the clinic, service, staff attitude to patients !! I'm glad we made the right choice !! Thanks a lot to Pavel, Varvara for support, help !!

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Aleksey Feb 21, 2019
The patient underwent check-up

I liked everything, expected something supernatural for such money, but alas. We in Russia have not bad hospitals, even better than Kvims. No offense. In Novosibirsk, in Irkutsk, we have doctors and travel routes. I did not understand until the end, why people go there and give such loot for examination. Operations? And here in Moscow and St. Petersburg are not doing badly. I do not know, my opinion is purely. And in Korea, the unreasonable price tag for narrow specialists and so on. And I didn’t understand anything in the package, it seems more like a conveyor belt. This is my first impression. Maybe quims just an economy option? Although I traveled with a friend, he was at the top of the clinic and also saw nothing. And so in general, the rules rolled. And according to the test results I was told everything, too, as in Irkutsk I passed. It is certainly not very bad, I thought that I was much more serious. Ugh.

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