With the opening of the first center among public hospitals in Konya, patients will no longer need to travel to other cities for bone marrow transplants.
Konya City Hospital, which has been continuously achieving firsts in the field of healthcare since its opening, has added another specialized treatment service. The 'Bone Marrow Transplant Center,' whose licensing procedures have been approved by the Ministry of Health, has started providing services within the hospital.
Professor Dr. Koç, emphasizing the successful implementation of advanced treatment procedures at Konya City Hospital, expressed gratitude to everyone involved in the opening of the Bone Marrow Transplant Center, stating, "The Bone Marrow Transplant Center will eliminate an important deficiency for both our city and the region, and it will provide healing to hundreds of patients every year."
Feride Başişçi, a 48-year-old patient diagnosed with multiple myeloma, who was placed under treatment at the Bone Marrow Transplant Center of Konya City Hospital, expressed gratitude to all the doctors and staff who provided support during this process. She wished that the center would bring healing to all patients waiting for treatment.
During the visit to the Bone Marrow Transplant Center, Provincial Health Director Prof. Dr. Koç was accompanied by Deputy Chief of Public Hospitals Services, Specialist Dr. Mustafa Parlayıcı, Hospital Chief Physician Dr. Assistant Professor Oğuzhan Günenc, along with other hospital administrators.