Acıbadem City Clinic Tokuda Hospital is a big hospital in Sofia, Bulgaria with 550+ beds.
It has different parts like a clinic where you don’t stay overnight, a center for research on health, a pharmacy, and a special care unit. Acıbadem City Clinic Tokuda Hospital started in 2006 with money from Japan, making it the first private hospital with foreign investment in Bulgaria.
In 2016, after Acıbadem Healthcare Group bought City Clinic Group and Tokuda Group, Acıbadem City Clinic Tokuda Hospital began working together with all the other Acıbadem Hospitals in five countries. Since 2016 it is JCI certified, which means, that the hospital meets high-quality standards.
The hospital building is 52,000 square meters big. It’s in the south part of Sofia, called Lorezenetz. Inside, there are 22 rooms for operations and a special unit with 50 beds for people who need intensive care. This unit has 14 beds for heart care, 22 for surgical care, 10 for newborns, and 4 for internal medicine.
The hospital has advanced medical tools like da Vinci, Digital Angiography, Whole Body MRI, 4D Breast Ultrasonography, EUS (a special kind of ultrasound), Excimer Laser, and FEMTO Cataract Laser.
The hospital has 36 different branches where they help with health problems. Particularly worth mentioning are eye surgeries, bone and brain surgeries, as well as liver surgeries, and many more. Acıbadem City Clinic Tokuda Hospital also units that focus on cancer, heart health, breast health, and spine health are available. These units work together from different parts of medicine to help patients.
Before / After
I came urgently. I didn't wait long in the emergency room. The staff did not speak English. But since the doctors spoke English, I did not have any problems. I think one of the doctors came because he was called, even though he was on leave. They gave me the necessary information about my situation. I was able to continue on my way with the medications they gave me. I thank each and every one of them
Hospital with rules and order. Every element is in its place - from the doctors as specialists, to the staff, the service and the polite attitude of everyone. Wonderful living conditions, which at the difficult moment of dealing with the disease make the stay in the hospital tolerable. THANKS!