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Childbirth in Turkey

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The best doctors for Childbirth in Turkey

Parvana Seyidova Voyvodaoglu
Work experience: over 15 years


  • 2021 Functional Medicine
  • 2015 Aegean University, Faculty of Medicine, Gynecology and Obstetrics
  • 2007 Azerbaijan Medical University Faculty of Medicine


  • 2022 – Currently Acıbadem Healthcare Group
  • 2017 – 2022 Memorial Atasehir Hospital / Specialist in Gynecology and Obstetrics
  • 2016 – 2017 Acibadem Maslak Hospital / specialist in gynecology and obstetrics


  • Turkish Association of Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery
  • Istanbul Medical Chamber
  • Association of Gynecological Endoscopy
  • TSRM
  • TJOD
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Shahla Valizade
Work experience: over 15 years


  • Faculty of Medicine of Azerbaijan Medical University – Medical Education
  • Faculty of Medicine, Aegean University, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. – Specialization


  • Alibey Private Hospital 2014 – 2016
  • since 2016 – Medicalpark clinic

Professional membership:

  • Turkish Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics
  • AAGL
  • TSRM Reproductive Health and Infertility Association
  • JED Society for Gynecological Endoscopy
  • Turkish Association of Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery


“Mosaicism of the Trp64 gene in beta-adrenergic receptors in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome” Specialized thesis in medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Ege University, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Izmir, 2014

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Bahar Besen Ozkan
Work experience: over 25 years

Professor, Dr. Bahar Besen specializes in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and Cervical Cancer. She is one of the world’s leading experts and medical experts in this field.

Regularly participates in national and international conferences and seminars on the prevention of cervical cancer and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

He currently works at the Medicana Camlica Medical Center.


  • Varna Faculty of Medicine, Bulgaria
  • Haydarpasa Numune Hospital, Clinical Residency in Gynecology
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Work experience: over 12 years

Assistant professor.


  • Turkish Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics Rising Star Award 2018
  • Second Prize for an article presented at the National Congress.


  • 15 articles published in journals included in international indexes
  • 10 articles published in peer-reviewed national journals
  • 5 case studies published in international and national journals, etc.


  • Istanbul Medical Chamber
  • Turkish Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics
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Patient reviews about the Childbirth in Turkey
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Diagnosis: childbirth

We chose Turkey for childbirth. Very good attitude and conditions. The doctor spoke Russian, so cool, with humor. Now we are waiting for the documents for the child. I don’t want to fly.)

Diagnosis: childbirth

I gave birth to a child in Turkey. Used the services of a medical tourism operator. They organized everything. They found an apartment, a doctor, and a clinic, gave us an interpreter, filled out paperwork upon discharge from the clinic, a passport for our son, and everything else. In general, I am very satisfied.

Diagnosis: childbirth

I gave birth in 2020 in Turkey. The attitude of the staff towards women in labor is at the highest level. I was most satisfied. Despite the fact that I gave birth during the coronavirus quarantine period, they allowed my husband to be present in the delivery room.

Diagnosis: childbirth

I gave birth in Turkey, we signed a contract with a medical tourism operator. They organize everything. And even the prices are there, you can choose an option for yourself. They suggested the best time to fly out, helped us choose a clinic and a doctor. They accompanied us constantly, translated, so not knowing the language is not a problem. Medicine is no worse than in America or Israel. The climate is awesome.

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Childbirth program in Turkey

  • Duration of stay in Turkey: 2-4 weeks
  • Day 1: Arrival no later than 36 weeks
  • Day 2: Consultation and examination
  • 3 days before: 3 days before the planned date of birth of the child – Ultrasound, consultation
  • Childbirth: Hospitalization
  • 2nd day: Doctor’s consultation and discharge
  • 3rd day: Return home

Turkey is one of the most attractive countries for childbirth. Most often, patients from East Asia and the Middle East come here to give birth. In the maternity wards of Turkish clinics, ideal conditions have been created for all types of delivery. Therefore, the choice of a Turkish clinic is a guarantee that the birth of a child will pass without complications, and nothing will threaten the health of the mother and child.


Childbirth in Turkey: qualified doctors, obstetricians, gynecologistsA baby can be delivered both in public and private medical centers. Both local residents and visitors from other countries can be accepted here. Giving birth in Turkey for foreigners has a number of advantages:

  1. High level of training of obstetricians, gynecologists, neonatologists, and anesthesiologists.
  2. Advanced equipment in hospitals.
  3. Individual approach to each pregnant woman and her partner.
  4. Comfortable conditions of stay.
  5. Medical centers have a comprehensive program for managing high-risk pregnancies.
  6. The ability to choose the type of delivery: natural childbirth, cesarean section, or other methods, depending on medical indications and preferences.
  7. The ability to conduct natural childbirth painlessly. According to statistics, most women in Turkey give birth with the help of epidural anesthesia. It is as safe as possible for both the woman and the fetus.
  8. The departments of perinatology in medical centers are equipped with advanced equipment to provide the necessary care to the newborn. Specialists have extensive experience in nursing premature and extremely small children, as well as in the treatment of childhood pathologies.
  9. Turkey has an extensive cord blood and stem cell bank.
  10. It is allowed to relatives to visit the mother in labor.
  11. Full confidentiality is provided.
  12. Reasonable prices compared to other countries with a high level of medicine.
  13. Possibility of organizing “parental tours”, which allow future parents to get acquainted with the clinics and choose the right one for them.

For those who have decided to give birth in Turkey, it will be interesting to know that there are no special maternity hospitals here. However, most multidisciplinary medical centers have a maternity ward equipped with equipment for all procedures, including the most complex ones. The high quality of medical services is confirmed by the prestigious JCI international accreditation.


Who should go to give birth in Turkey

Childbirth in Turkey is primarily a solution for women who have complications during pregnancy and are at risk of preterm birth.

The reason for thinking about the birth of a child in a Turkish clinic is:

  • late pregnancy, especially at the first birth;
  • pregnancy with the help of IVF;
  • pregnancy aggravated by chronic diseases, for example, diabetes, hypertension, heart and kidney pathologies;
  • multiple pregnancies;
  • difficult pregnancy;
  • if the previous pregnancy ended in the death of the fetus or newborn;
  • difficult previous births;
  • fear of pain.

In all medical centers, in close proximity to the maternity ward, there is an intensive care unit for children and adults. This ensures that resuscitators provide emergency assistance to the mother and baby if necessary.


Pregnancy management in Turkey

If a woman decides not only to give birth in Turkey but also to observe the pregnancy, then she will visit only one doctor. Therefore, many patients believe that it is first of all important to choose a doctor and not a clinic. Obstetrics in this country provides the opportunity to invite a specific specialist to any clinic for an additional fee.

The functions of an obstetrician-gynecologist include:

  • pregnancy management;
  • ultrasound examination, this is a standard procedure that is performed once a month;
  • referral for tests: general and biochemical blood tests, cardiotocography; urinalysis, coagulogram;
  • natural childbirth or surgery.

As a rule, the future woman in labor comes to the doctor once a month. The main diagnostic method, which is carried out at each appointment, is ultrasound. Many patients note that fewer tests are carried out in Turkey compared to the countries of Southeast Asia.

If abnormalities are detected in the tests, other specialists in the clinic are involved in the management of the pregnancy. In any case, it is advisable to contact the medical center a month before the expected date. During this time, the patient undergoes an examination, after which the obstetrician-gynecologist makes a conclusion about the state of health.


Caesarean section in Turkey

Caesarean section in Turkey is a fairly popular method of delivery. It is widely believed that the caesarean section in Turkey is performed in 50% of cases. This is not entirely true. Natural childbirth is welcome here. Caesarean section is not forcibly performed, the decision on the operation is made by the patient together with the doctor

The statistics of frequent operations is due to the woman in labor’s fear of pain.

Some women after negative experiences of their first birth choose a caesarean section in Turkey to avoid pain or any possible complications.

In Turkey, there are experienced obstetricians and gynecologists who have performed thousands of caesarean sections. Turkish clinics use modern equipment and technologies that allow the procedure to be carried out in the most gentle way. After a caesarean section, a woman in Turkey may spend 2 to 4 days in the hospital.


Childbirth in the best Turkish clinics

When choosing a clinic in Turkey, it is recommended to pay attention to the following factors:

  1. Rating and reviews of the clinic from other patients.
  2. Qualification and experience of the personnel.
  3. Availability of modern equipment.
  4. Comfortable living conditions.
  5. Availability and level of health insurance.
  6. The level of prices for services.

You can find out all the details from the coordinator-doctor of Experts Medical. The company cooperates only with trusted medical centers in Istanbul, Izmir, and other Turkish cities.

One of the guidelines for patients may be the presence of an IVF department in the clinic. This indicates a high level of qualification of medical personnel, the presence of a serious laboratory base, and modern equipment.

The geographical location of Turkey is surrounded by 4 seas: the Black, Marmara, Aegean, and Mediterranean. It is a great opportunity to combine the birth of a child and a resort holiday.

It is advisable to take the choice of a clinic seriously and entrust the organization of the trip to a medical tourism company. Experts Medical cooperates only with certified clinics. The company’s employees always receive feedback from foreign patients who applied to Turkish hospitals.


Childbirth in Turkey: price

The price of childbirth in Turkey is one of the most affordable compared to the offers of European, American, and Asian clinics.

The average cost of a natural birth without health insurance varies between $1,500-3,000. The cost of a caesarean section in Turkey ranges from $2,500 to $3,500.

It is included in the cost:

  • accommodation in the ward for 2-3 days;
  • nutrition;
  • natural childbirth (anesthesia is optional);
  • examination and consultation by the neonatologist;
  • examination and consultation by the mother’s doctors.

The price of childbirth in Turkey is determined by the level of service provided by the medical institution. Additional non-medical services also influence the price of childbirth in Turkey. For example, accommodation in a VIP room, transfer, restaurant menu, escort of an interpreter, and additional days spent in the hospital.

Leading clinics in Turkey offer future mothers package services that include:

  • transfer from the airport;
  • accommodation in a comfortable room;
  • nutrition;
  • consultation of an obstetrician-gynecologist;
  • ultrasonography;
  • analyzes;
  • childbirth;
  • translation services.

Foreign patients have the opportunity to purchase medical insurance in Turkey, which will cover the costs by 40-50%. In this case, the cost will be reduced to approximately $ 1,000. It can be purchased directly at the clinic, using the services of insurance companies that cooperate with it.


Reviews about childbirth in Turkey

Many patients note that during childbirth in Turkey, taking care of the mother and newborn from the first seconds is assured. The clinic staff are friendly and courteous.

Reviews about childbirth in Turkey from patients who applied to Experts Medical include the following observations:

  1. There is no need to obtain a birth certificate of a child in state institutions. The mother receives all documents in the hospital.
  2. Before the procedure, the woman signs a contract, in which she indicates her wishes regarding the method of delivery, or anesthesia.
  3. You don’t need to take a bag familiar to the countries of Southeast Asia to a maternity hospital in Turkey. The clinics fully provide everything you need. However, if mom decides to take carefully prepared things with her, no one will forbid them.
  4. Prenatal preparation includes attending courses for expectant mothers. During these courses, a woman in labor is taught the rules of breathing during childbirth, caring for a child, and they provide psychological support.
  5. Additional services are available in all hospitals: transfer, translator, and counseling.
  6. Transparent financial information. In Turkish clinics, there are no hidden fees, no need to pay extra.
  7. A doctor, nurse, and midwife must be present at childbirth. If desired, the husband or accompanying person may also be present, including at a caesarean section.
  8. During childbirth, the medical staff monitors the oxygen concentration in the blood of the woman in labor using a pulse oximeter. The condition of the fetus is monitored by ultrasound.
  9. After the birth of a child, a woman can take care of the baby herself or use the services of a nurse. It is also possible for a mother to stay with a newborn only during the daytime. At night, the staff in the ward for babies takes care of a newborn.
  10. Natural childbirth in Turkey does not involve a long stay in the hospital and the patient is often discharged the next day.

On the Experts Medical website, you can read real testimonials from women who have successfully given birth in Turkey. They will help you make an informed choice. 


Birth in Turkey: most requested hospitals for childbirth

Among foreign patients, clinics in Istanbul and Antalya are especially popular.

Istanbul. Childbirth in Istanbul is the most demanded direction. In the capital of Turkey, there are a large number of leading clinics in the country. Experienced specialists work here, many of whom have experience in the world’s best clinics.

Among the most requested hospitals for childbirth in Istanbul are:

  1. MEDICANA Clinic is a powerful perinatal center equipped with modern equipment for all types of childbirth. There is also a Center for Infertility and IVF.

  2. Medipol Medical Center is one of the best childbirth clinics, where the patient chooses the method by herself, including natural childbirth in water.

  3. Acibadem Hospital is one of the leading IVF centers, this is a strong obstetric department.
  4. Anadolu Medical Center. Here, specialists have extensive experience in IVF procedures, managing complex pregnancies.
  5. Hisar Clinic offers women high-quality medical services, including superior rooms.

Reviews of childbirth in Istanbul are mostly positive. Most women recommend the capital of Turkey for childbirth.

Prices for childbirth in the leading hospitals in Istanbul are about $2000-3000.

Antalya. If a couple chooses to give birth in Antalya, you should pay attention to Antalya Memorial Hospital, the country’s leading hospital. The medical center also provides a package offer that includes all services from transfer to accommodation.


Childbirth in Turkey: citizenship of the childAccording to local law, childbirth in Turkey is not a basis for obtaining citizenship. However, foreign citizens can apply for a short-term residence permit on the basis of medical treatment.

The main document will be a contract with the clinic on the management of pregnancy and childbirth.

Not only the expectant mother but also her spouse or accompanying person can apply for this type of residence permit. For these cases, simplified schemes for its preparation are applied.


A child born in Turkey can apply for a residence permit if one of the parents has a valid residence permit in Turkey.



To go to a Turkish clinic for childbirth, you need to leave an application in advance on the Experts Medical website. The coordinator-doctor will provide free information about the features of pregnancy, childbirth and conditions of stay in clinics, and package offers. Patients will be able to get help in choosing a medical center and an experienced doctor, paperwork.

With the support of Experts Medical, future parents will be able to prepare for the most long-awaited event in their lives and quickly organize childbirth in Turkey.

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