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The Near East University Training and Research Hospital has been established on the campus of Near East University, Lefkosa, North Cyprus. Within its future-oriented structure, it serves patients from all over the world. The hospital’s state-of-art infrastructure experienced medical and support staff and unmatched technology are at international standards only seen at its western counterparts.

The NEU Hospital was planned as a patient-centered institution. The international standards according to the Joint Comission International (JCI) have been adopted in advance to become a world-class center to realize medical and other services for the patients.

It has a 55,000 square-meter closed area with 209 private, single patient rooms, 8 operating theatres, 30-bed Intensive Care Unit, 17-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, a laboratory where a wide array of tests can be carried out, and a cutting-edge diognostic imaging center.

To fulfil the diverse needs of the international patients an “International Patient Coordination Center” has been created. This facility arranges and coordinates the transfer of international patients and their companions to and from North Cyprus. Further more appropriate accommodations by translators will help them to communicate in their own languages. The Centre also arranges tours and social activities within the country. The objective of the Centre is to send the patients back their homes as healthy and happy individuals.

The Near East University boasts with many “Firsts” in Cyprus. The NEU Hospital’s achievements are;

  • The first and only private university hospital.
  • The first and only high-tech Radiotheraphy Center (Rapid Arc Technology).
  • The first and only PET/CT.
  • The first and only reference laboratory where all medical tests can be performed.
  • The first and only HIS, RIS and LIS digital computer systems.
  • The first and only air-jet ambulance.
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