Medipol Global has added a new representative office.
According to Medipol’s statement, a Medipol Belgrade representative office has been opened in Serbia. The opening ceremony was narrated by the Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to Belgrade, Hami Aksoy.
Deputy Director of Operations of Medipol Mega University Hospital, whose views are included in the statement. Stating that they have added a new representative office for Medipol Global in the Balkans, Russian-speaking countries, the Middle East and Africa, Uygar Üstün said:
In order to reach our patients globally, we aim to increase our consulting offices to more than 30 offices in the short term. In our information desks, our patients and people who want to receive medical training can contact Medipol directly. Our patients can get information about travel, doctor, accommodation and medical procedures in their countries from these offices. We carry out these processes from start to finish with a team that takes care of every detail. Medipol Mega, our main office in Istanbul, has an International Patient Services Department of 330 people. Here we have staff from 45 different nationalities, and we serve our patients with a team of 200 translators who can speak 35 foreign languages.
Medipol Mega University Hospital Brand Manager Šidim Aytin said Dragisa Petkovic, a patient who had recovered after a kidney transplant in Medipol, was also happy to attend the opening.
The ceremony was also attended by Commercial Counselor of the Embassy of Belgrade Yasmin Yogi, Educational Counselor of the Embassy of Belgrade Mehmet Yilmazata, Education Coordinator of the Embassy of Belgrade Şehmuz Altin, CEO of HalkBank Belgrade Aziz Arslan, Marketing Director of HalkBank Belgrade Hasan Kumert, Advisor to the CEO of HalkBank Belgrade and Turkish – Men Serbian business, association director Fatih Karaca, chairmen of the Serbian Patients Forum, Serbian Transplant Patients Association, Serbian Ovarian Cancer Patients Association.
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