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Cooperation between Interasco & Mediterraneo Hospital


Press Release

Glyfada, 27/03/2018

Interasco has further developed its already successful cooperation with Mediterraneo Hospital, offering for one year to all individual and / or group health insurance contacts the following benefits:

– Free Clinical Examinations and Diagnostic Tests at the Outpatient & Emergency Departments for emergencies that do not require admission
– Free Clinical Examination at Regular Outpatient Clinics
Free annual check-up for women & men & 10% discount on all special check ups
Major Benefits in case of hospitalization
Provision of a Mediterraneo MediGift privilege card to all Interasco policyholders.

Innovative modernization of the First Hybrid Surgery in Greece


Glyfada, 17/1/2018

ClarityIQ is the new technology that recently equipped the first Hybrid operating room in our country, at Mediterraneo Hospital. Philips’ Allura Clarity Angiographic System was installed in the Hybrid Room of the Private Hospital in Glyfada, offering its specialized scientific staff the ability to treat patients with vascular, neurological and cardiac diseases even more effectively.

ClarityIQ is a revolutionary technology as it dramatically reduces the dose of radiation to more than 50%, while enhancing image quality.

This groundbreaking approach represents a great advance in imaging for invasive surgical operations and is an important tool for health professionals as it enables them to provide:

Quick diagnosis
Safe diagnosis
Therapy with a reduced dose of radiation
Greater clarity of the image during examination and operation

Mediterraneo Hospital, continuing investment in innovative scientific applications, is at the forefront of international medical developments and maintains its dedication to targeted and effective treatment of both Greek and foreign patients.

Cooperation renewal for Mediterraneo Hospital and Ethniki Hellenic Insurance


MEDITERRANEO HOSPITAL - Cooperation renewal for Mediterraneo Hospital and Ethniki Hellenic Insurance


Glyfada, 19/10/2017

The multi – annual cooperation between Mediterraneo Hospital and Ethniki Hellenic Insurance continues and is being upgraded in 2017, while giving the two parties the opportunity to further renew this important agreement.
The renewal of this strategic partnership ensures that all beneficiaries of Ethniki Hellenic Insurance individual or group contracts will be provided with high quality health services.

Mediterraneo Hospital is the first facility in Greece to receive the BS EN 15224 quality certification by an accredited body, which covers a wide range of medical, diagnostic and therapeutic levels. Our hospital is staffed by selected medical teams, has high quality medical technology and state-of-the-art equipment.


Protect your Heart Now!


World Heart Day – PRESS RELEASE


Protect your Heart Now!


Modern cardiology and cardiac surgery have considerably progressed in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease.

Unfortunately, statistics show, that this remains the first cause of death in the Western world where 1 heart attack occurs every 4-5 seconds.

In Greece 20.000 myocardial heart attacks occur per year of which 1 in 4 do not make it to the hospital. What are we missing and what are we doing wrong?

Prevention is the answer and this should be our motto for today’s World Heart Day.

Cardiovascular disease does not just happen.

It builds up through the years from risk factors that we often overlook or don’t recognize. Smoking, high blood pressure, lack of exercise, high cholesterol and diabetes are vital. These symptoms take effect gradually and are often detected after the first cardiovascular incident. 

Measures of prevention:              

  • Quit smoking. Smokers actually  live 13-14 years less than the non-smokers.              
  • Mobilize yourself – get up from your chair. 60 minutes of intense physical exercise per week, reduces incidents of cardiovascular disease by 30%.·
  • Control your weight.              
  • Regulate your blood pressure.
  • Keep on normal levels your cholesterol and diabetes with the guidance of your doctor.

Even if we believe we are in a low-risk factor group for cardiovascular disease, the best prevention is visiting a Specialized Cardiologist.

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Mediterraneo Hospital represented Greece at the international invasive endoscopy contest in Chicago!


The Gastroenterology Department of Mediterraneo Hospital represented Greece at the World Cup of Endoscopy 2017 held at the American Digestive Disease Week 2017 in Chicago on 9-12 May. This is the most important scientific event in the field of gastroenterology with over 16,000 participants from around the world.

For the first time in the world was presented a colorectal obstruction case that was dealt with without surgery. Dr. Maurogenis Georgios and his colleagues (I. Tsevgas and D. Zachariadis) performed an endoscopic colopexy and colostomy on a patient with a heavy medical history that was not able to undergo surgery. Under moderate sedation and 24-hour hospitalization, endoscopy was successfully performed and high-risk surgery was avoided.

The presentation received positive feedback from the conference jury and was published in the June issue of the American Invasive Endoscopy Journal. VideoGIE

You can find the full text here.

The first Australian patient at Mediterraneo Hospital for the ORAYA treatment!


Mr. Barry Allen R. is the first Australian patient who travelled to Greece just to visit Mediterraneo Hospital and receive stereotactic therapy for treatment of wet macular degeneration; a therapy that is offered only in Mediterraneo Hospital and selected centers in Switzerland, Germany and Great Britain.
The pictures of the admission and treatment are published with the consent of the patient and his accompanying person.

A pioneer medical team and a grateful patient!


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MEDITERRANEO HOSPITAL: Το Πρώτο Πιστοποιημένο Νοσοκομείο κατά BS EN 15224 από διαπιστευμένο φορέα


ΔΕΛΤΙΟ ΤΥΠΟΥ, 15/03/2017

MEDITERRANEO UKAS CERT BS GR 15224 sm 1 212x300 - MEDITERRANEO HOSPITAL: Το Πρώτο Πιστοποιημένο Νοσοκομείο κατά BS EN 15224 από διαπιστευμένο φορέαΤο MEDITERRANEO HOSPITAL πάντοτε στην πρώτη γραμμή των υπηρεσιών υγείας υψηλού επιπέδου, ανακοινώνει την απόκτηση του πρώτου στην Ελλάδα πιστοποιητικού BS ΕΝ 15224 από διαπιστευμένο φορέα.

Το πρότυπο BS EN 15224 αποτελεί το Ευρωπαϊκό πλαίσιο προδιαγραφών για την ανάπτυξη και εφαρμογή συστημάτων διαχείρισης στις υπηρεσίες υγείας προκειμένου να ανταποκρίνονται με επάρκεια στις ειδικές ανάγκες και τις ιδιαίτερες συνθήκες των υπηρεσιών υγειονομικής περίθαλψης.

Η εφαρμογή του προτύπου BS EN 15224 διασφαλίζει περαιτέρω την υψηλή ποιότητα παροχής υπηρεσιών υγείας και αποτελεί βασικό εργαλείο στα χέρια του Mediterraneo Hospital  για τη συνεχή βελτιστοποίηση των λειτουργιών του με σκοπό  την παροχή σύγχρονης και εξατομικευμένης φροντίδας.

Κατά τη διάρκεια της  πιστοποίησης, εξειδικευμένη ομάδα εμπειρογνωμόνων και επιθεωρητών με διεθνή εμπειρία, συνάντησε έναν άριστα δομημένο οργανισμό, με σύγχρονες εγκαταστάσεις και ιατροτεχνολογικό εξοπλισμό.

Ταυτόχρονα διεξήχθη επιτυχής επιθεώρηση επαναπιστοποίησης κατά ISO 9001: 2015. Το Mediterraneo Hospital είναι ήδη πιστοποιημένο κατά TEMOS για τις υπηρεσίες του προς τους Διεθνείς ασθενείς.

Το σύνολο των πιστοποιήσεων αυτών αποτυπώνουν με τον καλύτερο τρόπο την δέσμευση του Mediterraneo Hospital για παροχή υπηρεσιών υγείας διεθνών προδιαγραφών.

Weight loss: Is there a magic solution for it?

Magic diet Pills - Weight loss: Is there a magic solution for it?
Nutrition Department of Mediterraneo Hospital

In the recent years, nutrition has been increasingly drawing scientific interest. Admittedly, should one enter a popular internet search engine, the terms “diet”, “weight loss” etc. will generate thousands of results. However, some of these results may not be scientifically documented and they may be associated with various health risks.

Undoubtedly, the ways to lose weight, providing fast and spectacular results, always draw people’s attention. Within that frame, “magic” pills and “forbidden” foods have emerged, being presented as the only solution for the treatment of overweight and obesity. But where does the truth lie?
As far as the ”forbidden” foods are concerned, food intolerance tests have been recently available, indicating which foods are fattening or block one’s metabolism. Afterwards, it is recommended that the person should remove these foods from his daily diet for a short or a long period of time. There is no documented scientific study available, showing that there are foods affecting metabolism or being associated with weight loss or weight gain respectively. Weight loss and weight gain are solely due to the energy balance, namely the relationship between “energy in” (food calories taken into the body through food and drink) and “energy out” (calories being used in the body for our daily energy requirements and physical activities). Intolerance is a condition in which the body is unable to digest one or several food components, causing various symptoms, that are not associated with weight gain. The two most frequently occurring kinds of intolerance is gluten intolerence (celiac disease) and lactose intolerance, being both diagnosed with specialized tests that are not carried out at fitness centers or private practice.

Many people have been subjected to these tests and seem to have lost weight, which is absolutely reasonable, since they exclude foods from their diet, meaning that they consequently reduce their caloric intake. Unfortunately, when the exclusion of some food groups from one’s diet lasts for a long period of time, it can cause significant deficiencies in nutrients, being essential for the proper body function.
According to the Hellenic Dietetic Association, no intolerence test is an effective way to reduce body weight.

Apart from intolerance tests, numerous dietary supplements are also available, promising big weight loss, mainly by reducing appetite or by causing malabsorption of ceratin nutrients, such as fat. Most of them have been studied in the literature. The majority of studies conclude that there are insufficient data supporting their success in weight loss and further investigation is needed. Their results are short-term, and it is not clear if some of them are associated with adverse effects on health.

To sum up, nothing can substitute a balanced diet. There are not good and bad foods or magic ways to lose weight. A variety of foods should be consumed along with moderate levels of physical activity, which not only ensure a healthy weight and fat mass loss, but also a successful weight maintenance or loss.


World Osteoporosis Day


Press Release, 20/10/2016


osteoporosis - World Osteoporosis Day

Osteoporosis is one of many medical issues in the recent years that concern the whole civilized world. It is defined as the decrease of the bone mineral density that affects the structure of the bone and increases the risk of spontaneous fracture. Osteopenia is the asymptomatic condition where there are no fractures involved.

It is known that at least 33% of women will suffer of low bone density mineral after the age of 48 due to menopause, while 20% of men will  sustain one or more fractures after the age of 50 due to poor bone quality.

Major risk factors to develop osteoporosis are considered family history, small body frame, unbalanced diet with low amount of calcium and vitamin D, excessive alcohol and cigarette smoking use, high caffeine intake, inactive lifestyle, hormone imbalances due to thyroid or menstruation problems, long term therapy with glucocorticoids, anticoagulants, anti-seizure medications, contraceptives, anti-inflammatories, antineoplastic and PPI medications.

Awareness and prevention is the best strategy against osteoporosis. Although some risk factors cannot be changed there are several that can be reduced or even eliminated in order to prevent osteoporosis. Adequate calcium and vitamin D intake, proper exercising and specific anti-osteoporotic medications can increase the bone quality. Osteopenia can and must be treated before it is developed to osteoporosis.

Early diagnosis along with proper treatment by a Specialized Physician can contribute to a controlled progress of the disease without complications.

The Osteoporosis and Metabolic Bone Disease Department of Mediterraneo Hospital, under the supervision of Dr. Constantinos Tsevdos M.D., M.Sc., provide the latest knowledge and techniques regarding prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis as well as other metabolic bone diseases.


To request an appointment at the Osteoporosis & Metabolic Bone Disease Department call at +30 210 911 7000


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Donation to the 8th District Fire Department Station in Elliniko


8ος Πυροσβεστικός Σταθμός 1 300x225 - Donation to the 8th District Fire Department Station in EllinikoOn Wednesday, 18/10/2016, Mediterraneo Hospital visited the 8th District Fire Department Station in Elliniko and donated first aid kits complete with all the necessary medical/pharmaceutical supplies for the station and fire trucks.

This is one of many significant initiatives of the Corporate Social Responsibility of Mediterraneo Hospital, as well as recognition of services that the Fire Department provides to our community.

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