Public Insurance holders

Euromedica cooperates with EOPYY; it carries out a wide range of diagnostic tests that fall under all departments, and provides services related to delivery, as well as to certain cases of hospitalisation. To undergo tests or to be hospitalised through your insurance fund, you will need to have the following supporting documents upon arrival or admission:
Tests at diagnostic centres or clinics

  • Attested health insurance booklet
  • AMKA number
  • Referral from your attending physician (EOPYY)
  • Identity card or passport

To arrange an appointment for your tests or to learn about the working hours of the diagnostic departments, please contact your nearest diagnostic centre or clinic.
Hospitalisation

  • Attested health insurance booklet
  • AMKA number
  • Identity card or passport

* If you will be hospitalised due to a chronic medical condition or following tests you have not undergone at Euromedica, we recommend that you have your previous test results with you, as well as that you are aware of the medication regimen you may be following.
For more information, please contact your nearest clinic or call at (tel.)
Delivery

  • Attested health insurance booklet
  • AMKA number
  • Identity card or passport of parents/spouses
  • Marriage certificate (if applicable) in order for the child’s birth to be registered at the registry office

Useful information about everything you and your baby will need can be found here.
For more information, please contact your nearest clinic.
 
Recovery and rehabilitation centres
OPEN HOSPITALISATION

  • Medical opinion from an Orthopaedician or a Neurologist who has entered into an agreement with EOPYY
  • Issuance of an electronic referral for open hospitalisation by the attending physician
  • Approval by EOPYY's auditing physician
  • Submission of electronic referral, together with the final approval

CLOSED HOSPITALISATION

  • Medical opinion signed by the attending physician and attested by the Director of the Clinic, of the State or Private Hospital or of the University Clinic, where the insured person was hospitalised. Caution! The attending physician’s AMKA number must be stated.
  • Discharge note from the State or Private Hospital or from the University Clinic where the insured person was hospitalised
  • Attested health insurance booklet
  • Patient’s identity card

THE PATIENT’S TRANSPORT AND ADMISSION TO THE REHABILITATION CENTRE SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT DIRECTLY BY THE HOSPITAL OR THE PRIVATE CLINIC.