Kyrgyzstan is set to receive a team of Turkish surgeons in January to conduct kidney transplant surgeries, according to Health Minister Alymkadyr Beishenaliev. The Kyrgyz-Turkish Friendship Hospital carries out surgeries on a daily basis, but due to the current situation in Palestine, Turkish doctors have been absent. As a result, 96 citizens in Kyrgyzstan are awaiting kidney transplant surgeries. Beishenaliev confirmed that the Turkish surgeons will arrive in Kyrgyzstan in early January to perform the much-needed surgeries.
This development comes as a relief for those on the waiting list, as access to kidney transplant surgeries has been limited. The arrival of the Turkish surgeons will address this backlog and provide critical medical assistance to patients in need. The Kyrgyz-Turkish Friendship Hospital has been instrumental in providing healthcare services, and these planned surgeries will undoubtedly make a significant impact on the lives of those awaiting treatment. The specific details of the surgeries, such as the number to be performed and the duration of the Turkish surgeons’ stay, have not been disclosed. However, their arrival represents a beacon of hope for Kyrgyzstan’s kidney transplant patients.