Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Endocrinlogy and Metabolism is localised in  Bahçelievler and Ümitköy in Ankara, since 1997.  Divisioın of Endocrionolgy and Metabolism is also present in Başkent University Hospitals  in Adana, İstanbul and Konya.  
The Division of Endocrinology & Metabolism is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of endocrine diseases, conducts basic and clinical research on hormone-related diseases, and trains future Endocrinologists.

Patient Care:
The Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism in Ankara provides specialized inpatient and outpatient care for a population of just over 2-3 thousand  people per month and there are approximately 30.000 patient visits per year for a wide variety of endocrine and metabolic conditions.  Similar high number of  in-and outpatient care is given in others Endocrinology clinics like that in Adana, İstanbul and Konya.

We provide consultative, diagnostic and  therapeutic services for a full range of endocrine problems including diabetes, lipid disorders, thyroid cancer, goiter, osteoporosis, and disorders of the thyroid, the parathyroid, the pituitary, and the adrenal glands, and the disorders of male and female hormones.

The faculty, in collaboration with nurse practitioners and  specialized nursing staff such as certified diabetes educators, endocrine nurses, dietitians and social workers, are focused on the delivery of excellent clinical care.

The Endocrinology and Metabolism Fellowship Program:
It  is a combined 3 year program between Başkent Üniversity Hospitals in Ankara, İstanbul and Adana,  offering  teaching  by experienced faculty combined  with a diverse patient population and wide range of clinical research  providing our fellows with a broad spectrum of experience.  Our program offers many diverse opportunities for domestic and visiting clerkship students interested in the field of endocrinology, ranging from outpatient clinical endocrinology to consultation services.

Basic and Clinical Research:
Our research activities are led by clinicians and basic scientists. We span a wide range of investigations, from clinical research trials to models of health care delivery.

We construct Molecular Endocrinology Symposia annually. This symposia aims to entail a close collaboration between clinicians and basic scientists across institutes to discuss and and share knowledge about the clinical and molecular aspects of Endocrinology.