Turks started a diverse array of reconstruction activities following their settlement in Anatolia- Asias extended arm towards the Europe-. Within a short period, Turks built too many types of artifacts such as; madrasahs, mosques, darüssifas. In the Turkish-Islamic darussifas (hospitals) were established between India and Spain between 8th-17th centuries, medical subjects were taught according to researches and scientific principles, and surgeons were educated at medical madrasahs as well. Medical health care service was provided in those places. The pioneering artifacts in the treatment of several diseases in the quality of todays clinics in terms of medicine, psychiatry and architecture. Gevher Nesibe Darussifa, built in Kayseri, is one of the oldest hospital and school of medicine in Anatolia.
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