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Dr. Ozer Soylu

Hyperlipidemia (hypercholesteremia) · Atrial fibrillation

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Memorial Atasehir Hospital

Istanbul, Turkey







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Kucukbakkalkoy Mah, Vedat Gunyol Cd. No:28-30, 34758 Atasehir/Istanbul, Turkey


Dr. Ozer Soylu is an esteemed cardiologist currently working at Memorial Atasehir Hospital. His journey of excellence began at Ankara University Medical Faculty in 1988. From there, he graduated in 1994, completing his Medical Doctor education. Then from 1996 to 2000, he received Cardiology Specialization Training from Siami Ersek Chest and Cardiovascular Surgery Center, Istanbul. Dr. Ozer Soylu has a vast skill set that allows him to proficiently treat the following conditions: • Aneurysm • Aortic Dissection • Aortic Valve Diseases • Aortic Insufficiency • Arterial Diseases • Vascular Occlusion in Legs • CABG (Coronary Artery Bypass Graft) • Vascular Occlusion • Hypertension • Restless Legs Syndrome • Heartache • Heart Valve Problems • Heart Rhythm Disorder • Heart Compression • Cardiovascular Diseases Dr. Ozer Soylu has also worked at many well-known places to hone his skills. From 2001 to 2002, he worked at Mus State Hospital as a Cardiology Specialist. He had the same position at Istanbul Police Hospital from 2002 to 2003. At Siyami Ersek Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery Hospital, he was a Cardiology Specialist as well as an Associate Professor from 2003 to 2011. He then worked at Göztepe Medicalpark Hospital from 2011 to 2018, in the position of Cardiology Associate Professor. Then in 2018, he joined Memorial Atasehir Hospital, where he works to date. Dr. Ozer Soylu also has experience in the education department. He worked as an Associate Professor in 2010 and was then promoted to a professor’s position in 2018. SPECIALIZED PROCEDURES PERFORMED BY DR. OZER SOYLU • Atrial septal defect repair • Biventricular pacemaker • Effort treadmill test • Echocardiography • Angioplasty of the Wrist • Eps (Electrophysiological Study) • Evar (endovascular therapy) • Temporary/Permanent Pacemaker Insertion