Private Grandmedical Department of Child Health and Diseases, with its staff of highly experienced specialists, provides all kinds of services for diagnosis and treatment in the polyclinic, inpatient service and intensive care areas equipped with advanced technology. In addition, a separate place has been allocated for needs such as changing diapers and breastfeeding on the polyclinic floor, and an environment has been tried to be provided in which both the child / baby and the mother can be comfortable. In the department, babies who are started to be followed from the intrauterine life (in the womb) are followed up with postnatal mental-motor development, nutrition, vaccination and preventive medicine programs.

Implemented Applications

Newborn Follow-up (0-28 days)
Newborn Screening Tests
Healthy Child Follow-up (1 month-16 years)
Breastfeeding Education
Baby Care Education
Coping Techniques with Colic (gas) Baby
Nutrition Education with Supplementary Foods and Solution Suggestions for the Problems Encountered
Vaccination Program and Information
Diagnosis and Treatment of Infectious Diseases
Diagnosis and Treatment of Enuresis (Urinary Incontinence)
Asthma Diagnosis and Treatment
Diagnosis and Treatment of Developmental Retardation
Obesity Diagnosis and Treatment
Anemia Diagnosis and Treatment

About the branch S.S.S

What Should Children's Follow-Up Intervals Be?

  • Immediately after birth and on the 3rd and 7th day
  • 2 weeks after birth
  • 1,2,3,4,5,6. months - 1 month apart
  • 9,12,15,18. months - 3 month apart
  • At 24, 30, 36 months - 6 month apart
  • After 3 years - Once a year

Screening tests

Phenyl ketonuria: Immediately after birth in the first 24 hours
Hypothyroidism: In the first 24-72 hours after birth
Hip dislocation: Physical examination and hip ultrasonography at 6-12 weeks of age

Urine Examination:

Male: 6-12 months, 2-5-12. Full Urine Analysis
Fmale: 6-12 months, Full Urine Analysis + urine culture, 2-3-4-5-12. ages Full Urine Analysis

Blood test (Hemogram / for anemia)

6-9 months, 12-18 months, 2. Routine hemogram at 5 and 5 years of age
Earlier and more frequent hemogram in risky groups

blood pressure control

3 years and later

dental check

3 years and later

vision control

Born 32 weeks and earlier

(ROP)  Retinopathy screening

(4 weeks after birth)

Born under 1500gr

Oxygen Therapy recipients

Babies with (strabismus): As soon as fixed strabismus is noticed
Unstable strabismus: after 3 months
Family with vision problems: 2 years oldRoutine control: 3 years and older

hearing control

Neonatal period (0-28days)