Ministry Of Health
Haseki Education Research Hospital

Otorhinolaryngology


Haseki Hospital was built in 1550 by Mimar Sinan. The hospital was put into service as a general treatment institution named Haseki Sultan Hospital and was allocated to women in 1843. It gained the status of a full-fledged hospital in 1870 and became a Municipal Hospital in 1880. It was damaged twice due to the earthquake in 1894 and fire in 1918, and the governor of the period, Lütfi Kırdar, repaired the hospital in 1946 and put it into operation again in 1948.

 

SBU Haseki Education and Research Hospital Otorhinolaryngology Clinic is one of Turkey's oldest and well-established clinics and since July 2019 also serves in Sultangazi campus. The hospital continued its educational and research activities from time to time as a single clinic and from time to time as two clinics. İsmail Hakkı Tokatlı and Muzaffer Öktem worked together as the first and second clinic chiefs. The first stapes surgery and microsurgery in Turkey were made by Muzaffer Öktem in Haseki Hospital.

 

Between 1978-1987, Doğan Kuntay served as a chef for many years. Mehmet Ömür and Turgay Han worked together as the first and second clinic chiefs. Osman Karaaslan in 2002 and Orhan Özturan between 2005-2010 served as the first and second clinic chiefs. Between 2010 and 2012, Murat Haluk Özkul served as the chief of the 1st clinic and Osman Karaaslan as the 2nd clinic chief. Between 2012 and 2015, Murat Haluk Özkul served as education and administrative responsible. Since 2015, Reşit Murat Açıkalın has served as the administrative responsible and Hüsamettin Yaşar as the education responsible.

 

We have 16 rooms and a total of 25 beds in the ENT clinic. In Sultangazi Campus, 5 polyclinics are served between 08:30 and 16:30 every day. There are 5 examination units, 5 endoscopic examination units, 1 examination microscope, 1 video stroboscopy unit, 1 VNG, and a small intervention room in the polyclinic. There is an Audiology Laboratory (Hearing tests) and a Newborn Hearing Screening Unit.

 

There are 1 Delegation Polyclinic and 3 ENT Polyclinics in Haseki Campus Polyclinic Building between 08.30 - 16.30 hours every day. There are 3 examination units, 3 endoscopic examination units, one examination microscope, an audiology (hearing) and balance laboratory, and one small intervention room in the polyclinic.

 

 

In our hospital, there are operating tables allocated to two ENT clinics every day. In our clinic, autology (ear) surgeries (tympanoplasty, tympanomastoidectomy, radical mastoidectomy, stapes surgery), head and neck cancer surgery, septoplasty (nasal cartilage curvature) surgery, sleep apnea, and snoring surgery, thyroid surgery, salivary gland surgery, chronic sinusitis operations and adenoid surgery Child ENT operations such as (adenoid, tonsils) are performed. In the outpatient clinics of our clinic, advanced evaluations are performed with all kinds of diagnostic and flexible nasopharyngolaryngoscopy devices in routine ENT examination. All kinds of audiological tests are performed in our clinic.

In our clinic, the emphasis is placed on assistant training as practical and theoretical training, as well as patient services. General visit once a week, chief resident visit every day, article hour one day and seminar once a week are held. In addition, case reports of problematic and rare patients are made at the time of the article. In addition to all these, 15-20 national and international publications are published annually in our clinic. As a whole team, we make every effort to raise the education, service, and scientific level of our clinic to a higher level with each passing day.