Athens Medical Group

Athens Medical Group was established in 1984 in order to provide high quality, complete healthcare services. From the first years of its operation it became the leader in Healthcare in Greece. It introduced, for the first time, state-of-the-art medical equipment and secured collaboration with top, in their fields, scientists providing services equal to those of internationally acclaimed hospitals.

Through continuous investments, both in Greece and abroad, Athens Medical Group is one of the most dynamic Healthcare organizations and reliable providers of diagnostic and treatment services in Europe.

In Greece, Athens Medical Group runs 8 ultramodern hospitals with a 1,200 beds, 2,800 highly qualified physicians and 3,000 highly specialized full-time employees.

7 of its hospitals are located in the greater Athens metropolitan area: Athens Medical Center, Paediatrics Center of Athens, GAIA Maternity Clinic, Psychiko Clinic, PaleoFaliro Clinic, Peristeri Clinic and Dafne Clinic. The European Interbalkan Medical Center (EIMC) is located in the Northern part of Greece, in Thessaloniki, and is considered, according to Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine, Medical School, UK., “the most modern and comprehensive Medical Center in Europe”

Additionally, Athens Medical Group cooperates with an extensive nationwide network of 390 diagnostic centers, 8 haemodialysis units and a growing network of official associates throughout Greece.

Loyal to its founders’ vision to reverse the outflow of Greek patients abroad during the ‘80s, Athens Medical Group went “one step ahead” by operating a private hospital ward inside the largest state hospital in Moscow and an EMS with privately-owned ambulances, back in the late 80’s. Later on it established very modern and specialized diagnostic centers in Romania (three in Bucharest and one in Ploesti), while it contributes to the Greek economy by attracting international patients through coordinated efforts in Medical Tourism.

Last but not least it holds firm collaborations in North Africa, the Balkans, the broader SE Mediterranean area and countries of the former Soviet Union (FSU).