Health practices, in the early years of the Ottoman Empire were met by traditional methods. Medical information was in the form rather than a continuation of the previous application. Medical advances, from the 13th century to 15th the middle of the century is regarded as the classical period. Applications in this period it was a continuation of the era of principalities. From middle of the 15th century to 17th century began meeting with the West. From the 19th century, began opening to the West and entered into a period of modernization. During this period medical institutions blossomed in the example of the West. Curriculum of medical school began training in contemporary level. First of all, was given medical training in various institutions, these training units started to gather under one roof with the start of the modernization. Students were sent abroad in order to operate in the contemporary level in the medical field. At the same time, training curriculum was developed by bringing the medical professors and experts from abroad.
Ottoman, Medicine, Education, Modernization.