Wednesday, August 11, 2021
The Euromedica group offers free primary health care examinations, to the men and women of the Fire Brigade, in a move of recognition of the fight they selflessly gave for the extinguishing of the wildfires in Greece.
At the same time, the group has offered two ambulances at EKAB (National Emergency Center), in order to use them as the center sees fit, due to the emergencies that have arisen in many parts of the country due to the wildfires.
The free examinations in the diagnostic centers of the group will take place from today, Tuesday 10/08/21 and will last until the end of the firefighting period, at the end of October.
The medical units participating in this initiative are the 18 diagnostic centers of the group in Attica, Thessaloniki, Crete, Larissa, Alexandroupolis and Katerini, as well as all the clinics in Athens, Thessaloniki, Rhodes, Crete and Kozani.
As part of the investment program implemented by Euromedica in the last two years, the medical equipment of the group’s diagnostic centers and clinics is constantly upgraded and updated. New units equipped with state-of-the-art technology in fully renovated areas will soon be added to the network of diagnostic centers, offering high quality services.
The Euromedica group always provides a helping hand to the needs of both the state and the citizens, particularly in times of emergencies. The group immediately responded to the call of the Ministry of Health for the pandemic, allocating the 200 beds of the Arogi Rehabilitation Center in Thessaloniki for the treatment of patients with Covid-19. At the same time, it offered two clinics in Thessaloniki and one in Kozani for the treatment of non-Covid patients. In total, the group provided 518 beds, of which 27 in Intensive Care Units. It will do the same if it is needed again.
In the face of the enormous damage caused by wildfires, as well as the self-sacrifice and professionalism of the fire brigade, Euromedica is fulfilling its commitments, striving to be useful and effective towards society and its needs, by offering its services, without calculating costs.
Euromedica Group, which operates with the support of the American investment fund Farallon, is one of the largest private groups providing primary and secondary health care in Greece with a wide network of Diagnostic Centers, Clinics and Rehabilitation Centers in various parts of the country.