In accordance with the decision taken by the Board of Trustees of NEU and KU, free emergency services and examination and routine inspection services provided for cancer and diabetes patients and pregnant patients at Near East University Hospital and Dr. Suat Günsel Kyrenia University Hospital extended until April 30.
In line with the decision taken by the Board of Trustees of the Near East University, the aforementioned healthcare services, which were initiated in order to eliminate the public suffering due to the epidemic, to respond to more serious health problems that may occur and to overcome these difficult days, have been extended.
Accordingly, Patients who apply to the emergency departments of Near East University Hospital and Dr. Suat Günsel Kyrenia University Hospital can continue to benefit from outpatient emergency services, and cancer and diabetes patients and pregnant women can have the routine examinations and laboratory examinations until 30 April.
The decisions taken by the Board of Trustees of Near East University were expressed as follows in the press statements; “All patients, except those with complaints of cough, fever and shortness of breath, can apply to the emergency departments of both hospitals. Patients who apply to emergency departments will receive free of charge healthcare services, as well as any medical procedures necessary for outpatient treatment services, including doctor examinations, laboratory tests and radiological procedures. As an institution that always cares for cancer patients whose immune system is weaker than the other patient groups, we believe that the control of oncology patients should be maintained under the medical conditions of our university hospitals. Therefore, examination and laboratory tests of all oncology patients will be provided free of charge in our hospitals. Diabetes patients should be more careful with Covid-19 than other patient groups. Examinations and tests will be provided for this patient group, which requires special attention and care, by our university hospitals. During this process, the mothers who are expecting a baby should continue their routine examinations and tests without interruption. For this reason and due to the importance we attach to baby health, mothers who are expecting a baby are also included in the group to be provided free service.