It has been organized in Gazi Hospital to provide examination, treatment and preventive health services for
children and young people between the ages of 0-16. Starting from birth, all childhood diseases are examined, tested and treated by experienced lecturers, pediatricians and physicians specialized in sub-disciplines.
From the birth of our children, all necessary follow-ups
and treatments when necessary can be performed both in outpatient clinics and
in inpatient hospitals. In medical emergencies, our emergency services in
all our units are equipped with personnel and equipment to provide adequate
intervention to our children.
One of the most important goals of the department is not
to forget the importance of breastfeeding in the development of the
baby. Therefore, while all our nurses and physicians make efforts to
ensure that all our babies are fed exclusively with breast milk for the first 6
months, support is also received from the gynecology and obstetrics
department. In addition, all newborn babies are screened for phenylketonuria
and hypothyroidism by taking blood from the heel.
Our babies are first performed at home in the first week,
if they wish, and then at 1 or 2 months intervals in the first year and at 6
months or 1 year intervals after the second year. In these examinations,
the physical, social and psychological development of babies are evaluated and
vaccinations are made in accordance with the recommendations of the Ministry of
Health and the World Health Organization.
Vaccination Schedule-July 2009
Vaccines – Trade Names in the Market
Ministry of Health Vaccination Schedule
How to Measure Fever
Is Fire Harmful?
Approach to Fire
Your Baby’s Monthly Development
Your Baby’s First Year
Physical Development of Your Child
Supporting Development – Ages 0-6
Caution When Choosing Kindergarten
Kindergarten Adaptation Process
Is Your Child Ready for School?
Breast Milk, Foods, Cow’s Milk
Baby Nutrition (0-12 Months) -1
Baby Nutrition (0-12 Months) -2
Baby Nutrition (4-9 Months) -1
Baby Nutrition (4-9 Months) -2
Aphthae, Herpes, Herpangina
Urinary Tract Infections