About Us

Gazi University Hospital International Health Office

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Emniyet, Mevlana Blv. No:29, 06560 Yenimahalle/Ankara, Turkey




The Department of Radiology was established in 1982 within the Department of Internal Medicine, Gazi University.

Its core vision is to be an international pioneer and innovator with the services it develops to meet the needs of our country in the field of radiology. Our department supports the radiology program in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Gazi University and the Vocational School of Health Services, as well as Faculty education and specialist education in the Faculty of Medicine. In addition, our department formally collaborates with Thomas Jefferson Medical Center in the United States and the University of Iowa. Although the Radiology Department provides services in an area of ​​2850 square meters on the 1st floor of Block C, general polyclinic service and Emergency Radiology service are provided in separate areas. Our department has advanced multi-slice computer tomography system, digital mammography and biopsy system, ultrasound machines, 1.5 and 3 Tesla MRI, digital fluoroscopy and angiography. At the same time, our services are provided without interruption in the departments where x-ray examinations are carried out by computerized radiography and bone density measurements are also performed in our department. Our existing technologically advanced devices in our department allow quality interventional radiology services accompanied by imaging technology. During imaging and interventional applications, operations are performed with the support of compatible anesthesia devices if required, and functional imaging service with MRI is also provided. Research and educational activities are conducted with 16 lecturers, 4 pediatric radiology research assistants and 14 research assistants in three departments of interventional radiology, neuroradiology and pediatric radiology in our department, with an average of 400,000 high-level radiological examinations and interventional procedures annually.