“Where to get my PCR Test in Istanbul?” CNR MEDICARE is your answer.

You can get your Covid-19 test for travel in your hotel/home, safely done before your travel. We offer you Covid-19 Pcr test and we are located in the hearth of Istanbul, near you.

We provide Covid Vaccine services that you can trust!

You can get Covid-19 Vaccine by our expert team. We can transfer you to the nearest hospital on private car.


Our laboratories provide 24-hour uninterrupted service and results are reported quickly. Results of PCR test is delivered within 12 hours in Istanbul and antibody tests are delivered within 15-20 minutes.


Our specialist doctors and reporting teams, your test results are delivered to you only within the framework of the confidentiality of patient information and KVKK data processing rules.


Our laboratories are authorized by the Ministry of Health for COVID-19 tests and serve with Max-sure antibody tests with a European standards (CE) certificate.

Why Should I Have The Test?

The PCR test ensures that people carrying the COVID-19 virus are identified at the earliest stage, even if they do not have any symptoms. If you are planning to go abroad, you can get the results of your PCR tests, which are mandatory for entering some countries, as soon as possible.

COVID-19 Antibody Tests (IgM / IgG)
Why Should I Have The Test?

With COVID-19 antibody tests, you can find out your immune status if you have had or survived the Corona Virus without symptoms.

IgM: It enables the identification of people who have had the disease and whose symptoms have just started.

IgG: By identifying people who are immune to the disease, it helps them to return to their work and social life in a healthier and safer way.

Be Hope with Plasma!

Successful results can be obtained by treating patients with a severe course of COVID-19 with plasma taken from people who have previously had the virus and developed antibodies.

What is Covid – 19?

The New Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) is a virus that was first identified on January 13, 2020 as a result of research conducted in a group of patients who developed respiratory symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath) in Wuhan Province in late December.