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    Dr. Hayati Ozkan

    Cardiovascular diseases · Heart valve surgery

    Acibadem Bursa Hospital

    Bursa, Turkey


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    Dr. Hayati Ozkan is a renowned Cardiovascular Surgeon of Turkey who has over three decades of professional experience and is currently associated with Acibadem Bursa Hospital. He is considered one of the finest Heart Specialists of the country and is well-reputed because of his diverse knowledge and impressive academic background. Dr. Hayati Ozkan obtained his MD (Doctor of Medicine) degree from Ankara University, Faculty of Medicine, in 1979. He then attended Uludag University, Faculty of Medicine, for his post-graduation. After completing his specialization training in Cardiovascular Surgery in 1985, he started practicing at Gulhane Military Medical Academy. He again joined Uludag University in 1987 and acquired the title of Assistant Professor there. In 1990, he became the Associate Professor, followed by a Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery Professor in 1995. Since 2011, Dr. Hayati Ozkan has been serving at the Acibadem Healthcare Group and has become a most sought-after Cardiac Surgeon. He is a specialist in performing Cardiac Valve Replacement, Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG), Heart Double Valve Replacement, Bentall Procedure, Heart Port Surgery, VSD Closure or Repair, etc. Dr. Hayati Ozkan is a vital member of multiple scientific associations. He holds the membership of the National Association of Vascular Surgery, the Turkish Society of Cardiovascular Surgery, Phlebology Association, and the European Society for Vascular Surgery, In addition to this, his research work related to cardiovascular disorders is notable and holds importance in his community. Dr. Hayati Ozkan regularly attends seminars, workshops, and vocational training courses and shares his proficient knowledge and expertise with students and learners.