Medical Oncology


Medical Oncology Clinic started to accept patients after the transfer of Medical Oncology Clinic in Ankara Atatürk Training and Research Hospital on 11.02.2019. Medical Oncology had the capacity of 7 beds on the 3rd floor under A wing at that time. Our polyclinic service was located on the B1 floor. The chemotherapy unit for outpatients started to provide chemotherapy treatment to patients on 18.02.2019. An archive was created on the B1 floor in which 40,000 patient files were stored. Due to the narrow outpatient area, our outpatient polyclinics were moved to the B2 floor at the beginning of March. Ankara Numune Training and Research Hospital Medical Oncology Clinic started to accept patients with the capacity of 24 beds on the 3rd floor on 23.05.2019.

There are 45 beds under 2 wings on the 3rd floor, 12 polyclinic rooms (4 of them are reserved for training), 1 training room, 1 intervention room, MHC has a outpatient chemotherapy unit with the capacity of 100 seats and 10 special single patient treatment rooms.

We have 3 professors, 4 associate professors, 2 specialists, 7 minor assistants, 2 general practitioners and 41 nurses in our department.

The patient rooms in the wards are single and double. All rooms have LCD TV, bathroom including washroom. Patient rooms are designed to be comfortable for patient relatives or companions.


the number of patients we treat is listed below monthly:

• Number of inpatients: 142
• Number of outpatients: 4,840
• Number of chemotherapy patients: 1247 (1755 patients in total)

- Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases: Diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of all organ tumors and lymph node tumors except leukemia are carried out in our department.

Sub-units of our Department:

• Total 65 beds under 3 wings on the 3rd floor in The Oncology Hospital, MH6
• 12 policlinic rooms, 1 training room, 1 intervention room on the B2 floor of The Oncology Hospital, MH6
• Outpatient Chemotherapy Unit in MHC (Main Mass)

Clinical Research

In addition to researching new treatment methods/products, clinical trials are also conducted in order to find out more effective use of known treatment methods/products or in order to learn more about these methods/products. In our Medical Oncology Clinic, many international clinical studies are carried out in order to provide new treatments to our patients and in order to increase alternatives of treatment for our patients. Clinical studies are conducted by our clinical research team with sufficient training and experience. Patients under the treatment of our Medical Oncology Department are informed in detail if there is a new alternative treatment method for their diseases such as immunotherapy and targeted therapeutic agents.

How do I get examined?

The patients who apply to our polyclinics for the first time are examined on the same day and an oncology file is created for those. Follow-up and control patients can be examined by making an appointment by dialing 182 or applying to our policlinic directly.

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