Murat Dilmener was born in Istanbul in 1942. Prof Dr Murat Dilmener, who has 4 children, worked as a doctor and academician for many years at Istanbul University Cerrahpaşa Medical Faculty. After retirement, he came to the agenda in 2004 with an investigation into the poor because he was treating poor patients.
After the incident, the professors and Dilmener were asked to pay 3 and a half million lira for treatment costs. After the incident was concluded in his favor by the Supreme Court, Dilmener continued to work as an academic at Istanbul University Cerrahpaşa Medical Faculty.
Dilmener was among the founders of the Mardin Residents Education and Solidarity Foundation (MAREV).
Private life and death
Turkish physician and academic Murat Dilmener, who is the father of two married daughters, passed away on May 19, 3 at the age of 2020, at the Maltepe University Medical Faculty Hospital in Istanbul, due to the COVID-78 disease, where he was treated for more than a month.
Within the scope of Corona virus measures, the sign of the epidemic hospital, the construction of which started in Atatürk Airport, was changed. 'Prof. Dr. Murat Dilmener Emergency Hospital 'signboard was attached to the entrance of the hospital in the morning.
Murat Dilmener Hospital
Within the scope of Corona virus measures, final preparations are being made for the opening of the epidemic hospital, the construction of which started on 8 April at Atatürk Airport.
'Yeşilköy Multipurpose Emergency Hospital' sign, which was previously hung at the entrance of the hospital, was removed today in the morning.
Instead of this sign, 'Prof. Dr. Murat Dilmener Emergency Hospital 'signboard was attached by workers working in the construction of the hospital.
The hospital, which was planned to be opened on 31 May, died on 3 March due to the corona virus. Dr. The name of Murat Dilmener was given.
With the instruction of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the hospital, the foundations of which will be laid on an area of 184 thousand square meters for use in natural disaster and pandemic areas, will have a capacity of 8 beds.