The foundations of the Semiha Kibar Organ Transplant and Dialysis Hospital (Semiha Kibar Organ Nakli ve Diyaliz Hastanesi) were laid on May 10, 1994 and the hospital opened on November 26, 1995. The inauguration ceremony was attended by Süleyman Demirel, the then President of Turkey, Hikmet Uluğbay, the then Minister of Education, and İsmail Cem, the then Minister of Foreign Affairs. The prominent people of the city showed their gratitude at the ceremony, which was attended by a huge crowd.
Opened in order to provide medical services for all districts and provinces around Kayseri, the hospital has a base area of 920 m2, a total indoor area of 6,100 m2 with 7 floors, and an open terrace area of 200 m2. The hospital has an admission hall of 180 m2, where the patients are directed to the relevant floor by the information desk. All communications are carried out through a single spot.
The hospital has 49 patient rooms, which are all under surveillance 24/7.
The facilities include 2 operating rooms, 2 cleanrooms, a reanimation room, an anesthesia room, a blood bank, 3 policlinics, a laboratory, an X-ray room, a conference room with a capacity of 40 people, an IT center, and a cafeteria.