Health/Medical Tourism Agency is Plures
Plures Is By Your Side When You Regain Your Health with Health Tourism Intermediary Agency Certificate!
Plures is a member of the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies (TÜRSAB) and takes an active role in the medical/health tourism sector with the Ministry of Health approved “Medical/Health Tourism Intermediary Agency Certificate”.
Plures offers ambulance plane rental service in Turkey and around the world for 10 years and organises patient transfer with “patient transfer with scheduled flight” and “patient transfer with jet ambulance plane” services which are also provided separately. On the other hand, as a travel agency, our company organises flight tickets to patients without any reason that prevents air travel for any day and hour.
Plures also offers “ground” services in addition to “air” to complete meet all the needs of the patients; within this context, the company provides “patient transfer with ground ambulance” and organises the transfer of the patients from airports to the hospital.
The patients who visit Turkey among the top 5 countries in terms of global numbers of patients for treatment prefer Plures Air as the company is the experience in aviation and patient transfer, the past with achievements, a single company that provides all the services in the medical/health tourism field and 24/4 accessibility. Plures as an authorised medical/health tourism agency has been highly preferred as the company keeps the relatives of the patients away from the stress from start to end and simply solving complex processes that will start from the moment the patients contact us until the end.
Plures has achieved success as a result of the experience gained from international patient transfer for years; thus, the company has increased the reputability of its name and executes medical/health tourism coordinated with contracted firms in Turkey (Koç Hospital, American Hospital, Yeditepe Hospitals and Memorial Hospitals).
Plures is just a phone call away in all of your health journeys under the medical/health tourism field including liver transplant, kidney transplant and oncology!
We are passionate about maintaining a high standard of care that has become associated with our department. Our programs require a long process in every aspect, ranging from taking precautions depending on the type of cancer, treating conditions by following up the symptoms and coping with side-effects including psychological and social difficulties. Accordingly, patient and care coordinators are ready to help patients and their family members with all their needs. Moreover, our patients are provided with many services such as early diagnosis, prevention, education, nutrition counseling, and healthy lifestyle advice as well as psychological support in the aftermath of successful cancer treatment.
We are justifiably proud of operating a trustworthy & well respected professional center where patients with every kind of cancer can receive the very best treatment. All services rendered at our department fulfill the provisions of international standards. All kinds of cancer are diagnosed and treated with an effective multidisciplinary cohesive approach or in other words, every associated department at our hospital is involved in the cases being handled by our department. Mutation analysis, somatic mutation analysis, analysis of familial and individual risk factors, preventive measures, targeted therapy, and immunotherapy and vaccine therapy as well as the comprehensive geriatric assessment are all performed within the scope of our multidisciplinary cancer program.
We have created comprehensive treatment options by holding detailed inclusive tumor council meetings involving doctors from relevant associated fields, making immediate examinations and consultations whenever necessary. In addition to providing modern treatment options with innovative functional infrastructure services, we easily supply medications to our patients and have the ability to effectively access useful medical information from Turkey and abroad.
A New Kidney, A New Life
Living with a chronic condition is very difficult and frustrating for everybody involved. Chronic diseases do not only affect the patient, but also the patient’s family and social environment. Therefore, chronic conditions, especially renal failure create profound social problems. All patients who have recovered from chronic renal failure with a kidney transplant and have held on to life have a common characteristic: Nearly all of them celebrate two birthdays; one the day they were born, and the other the day they started living a healthy life in the aftermath of a successful transplantation. Sometimes, their second life is presented by a relative, who loves them very much, and sometimes by a benefactor, who will always be remembered with the donated kidney even after they have passed away and will live forever in their prayers. That’s why they will always give the donor of their kidney a special place in all their prayers and wishes.
Other people who will always be mentioned in their prayers and wishes are the doctors and specialists who did their best to perform the transplant. The healthcare team and the transplant center play a significant role in both the success of the transplant and the healthy long life that the patient begins in this new period after the transplantation. In this second life, the transplant center becomes the patient’s second home, and the healthcare team their second family.
The first requirements needed to accept this responsibility are experience and specialization. We are here to bring you and many more a second life, and to be your second family.
Ancient human had known the key importance of liver transplantation that saves life in this ear or the fact that liver is an organ which can be replenished in a short time.
This unique characteristic of liver, now, increases the success rate of living donor transplants and allows survival of the donor and the recipient with two separate pieces of the same organ. This creates a precious bond, a type of brotherhood, between the patient, also called organ recipient, and organ donors who are the heroes of our age.