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Jeopardizing free access to Greece’s public hospitals

A regulation pushed by deputy health minister Mina Gaga jeopardizes patients’ access to free of charge treatment and surgeries in Greece’s public hospitals. According to the regulation, full-time doctors exclusively working in public hospitals of ESY will be allowed to offer their services also to private hospitals, clinics, diagnostic and …

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Greece to provide treatment to Ukrainian children suffering from cancer

Greece has offered to provide treatment to Ukrainian children suffering from cancer. Health Minister Thanos Plevris made this offer to his Ukrainian counterpart Victor Liashko through a teleconference. The main topic of discussion was the transfer of children suffering from cancer, as well as their families, from Ukraine to the …

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“Unvaccinated should pay for their Covid-treatment in hospitals,” says Medical Association President (POLL)

A dangerous thus unethical proposal that “unvaccinated citizens should pay for their Covid-treatment in hospitals” was made by the President of the Panhellenic Medical Association Thanassis Exadaktylos. The statement triggered an outrage among the medical community and social media users. Speaking to Skai TV, he said that “unvaccinated citizens sick …

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Greek researchers discover mechanism leading to Covid-19 pneumonia; step closer to treatment

A discovery by the Hellenic Group for the Study of Sepsis in Serious Illness, through research conducted at the Attikon Hospital laboratories, opens up a new window for the treatment of the severe pneumonia caused by COVID-19. Professor of Pathology-Infectious Diseases at the 4th Department of Pathology at Attikon Hospital, …

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Migrants in Public Hospitals? The Bill Goes to Embassies

Greek Health Ministry will demand the expenditure for immigrants’ treatment in the public hospitals from the embassies, news portal Zougla reported. Many immigrants without legal documents find their way to the Polyclinic Hospital at Omonia Square in downtown Athens after being referred there by Non Governmental Organizations. According to latest …

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