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The Center has been designed taking into consideration international standards in patient care and comfort and it’s equipped with modern medical technology. The Center is dedicated to providing exceptional patient care and novel treatment options for patients with malignant and benign diseases of the blood-building system who require an autologous or allogenic transplant.
Hisar Hospital Intercontinental provides comprehensive care for all types of cardiac conditions and diseases. Our team practices medicine with great skill, using advanced diagnostic and surgical procedures to diagnose and treat pediatric congenital heart defects, heart failure in children and acquired pediatric heart conditions.
Our Brain and Spine Center has adopted a multidisciplinary treatment approach, which is widely recognized by Spinal Treatment Groups of U.S. and Europe, rather than a single-perspective approach in treatment of neck, back and low back pains. The Brain & Spine Center is your source for neurology, neurosurgery and physical medicine. We provide cutting-edge care and a patient-focused approach.
Quality and safety are prioritized at our hospital by using internationally recognized (FDA-approved or CE marked) medical devices and all our surgeons perform the latest surgical techniques. Ophthalmological services are available for Cataract, Refractive Errors and Vitreo-retinal diseases along with Glaucoma, Pediatric Ophthalmology, Strabismus, Corneal Diseases and Oculoplasty.
We were with the little Axel in his struggle with life. The first baby of the Belgian couple Cindy Simone and, the little Axel held on to life at the
Gynecology and Obstetrics
We Were at Little Heart's Back While She Was Holding on to Life… Libyan Baby, Salma Mansor Ahmed Eramash who unluckily started a new life by being defeated 1-0 held
An extremely rare case “nervus madianus nerve damage caused by a pulled elbow” which is also considered a phenomenon in medical literature, was succesfully cured by an operation in
Orthopedics and Traumatology