Willkommen… bei der qualitätvollen Gesundheitsversorgung.

Die Privatklinik SARAFIANOS ist ein musterhaftes Diagnose - und Therapiezentrum an der zentralsten Stelle der Stadt Thessaloniki mit einer langen Tradition bei der Gesundheitsversorgung auf hohem Niveau.

Sie verfügt über:
  • 100 Krankenbetten in geräumigen Zimmern mit Klimaanlage
  • 15 Betten – Plätze in der Dialyseabteilung
  • 4 Betten auf der Intensivstation
  • Moderne medizintechnische Ausrüstung, die ständig erneuert wird
  • Diagnoselabore
  • Ambulanzen
  • Abteilung für Nierensteinzertrümmerung
  • Wissenschaftliches Spitzenpersonal aller Fachgebiete
  • Pflege- und Verwaltungspersonal mit hohem Niveau
  • Komplett ausgestattete OP-Säle
  • Krankenpflege zu Hause
  • Krankenwagen
  • Behandlung von ausländischen Patienten
  • Abteilung für Physikalische Medizin und Rehabilitation

Unsere Hauptkennzeichen sind die Achtung vor dem Patienten, das hohe berufliche Verantwortungsbewusstsein, Qualität, Vollständigkeit und Konsequenz bei den angebotenen Dienstleistungen, und vor allem unsere anthropozentrische Sichtweise. Damit bieten wir qualitätvolle Dienstleistungen für die Gesundheitsversorgung der Stadt Thessaloniki, aber auch der angrenzenden Bezirke und Länder.

Natürlich bleiben wir hier nicht stehen.

Wir gehen mit schnellen Schritten voran, um den Anforderungen unserer Zeit gerecht zu werden, mit steter Erneuerung und Ergänzung der medizintechnischen Ausrüstung, kontinuierlicher Weiterbildung unseres Personals, und zu erschwinglichen Preisen, die der schwierigen ökonomischen Situation Griechenlands angepasst sind.

Wir leben in einer Zeit mit hohen Anforderungen.

Und wir bieten das höchste Gut, die Gesundheit, mit Dienstleistungen, die ihrer ohne Abstriche würdig sind.


Unsere Neuigkeiten

MITGLIED DER VORSTAND DER EUROPÄISCHEN UNION DER PRIVATKLINIKEN DES PRÄSIDENTEN UND CEO VON Sarafianos PRIVATKLINIK

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On 27 February, the General Assembly of the UEHP took place in Paris. France is one of the founding members of the UEHP, with Italy and Belgium, and has always played a key role in the UEHP and once more renewed its active involvement within the European Union of Private Hospitals. 

THE UEHP counts this day 19 Member States representing 3500 Private Hospitals in Europe. 

Accredited to European Institutions, it is the only European Federation in Brussels representing the private hospital sector. The UEHP also belongs to several high-level groups of the European Commission, has its place in Joint actions with Governments of 28 EU countries, and is in direct contact with about fifty Members of Parliament of several countries, therefore participating actively in the lobbying process and intervening on the European level in favour of the private hospital sector.

During this 2015 General Assembly, the UEHP elected its new Board for a two-year mandate. France won the UEHP Presidency with its candidate Dr. Paul Garassus who was already a member of the Board and who had been, for years, active in the monitoring of European affairs. The composition of the new Board is as follows: 

President: Dr Paul Garassus (FR)

Vice Presidents: Mrs Cristina Contel (SP), Mr. Jens Wernick (DE)

Secretary: Dr. Andrzej Sokolowsi (PL)

Treasurer: M. Jean-Noël Godin (BE)

Members of the Board Mrs. Alberta Sciachi (IT) Dr. Christian Le Dorze (FR), Dr. Grigoris Sarafianos (GR)

Prof Gabriele Pelissero (IT) was also elected new President of the General Assembly.

At the GA were also present the new Serb, Danish and Moldovan members who made a very interesting presentation of the hospital sector of their country. Indeed the private hospital sector varies in the different European regions and face different problems often shared. We can witness in northern Europe a true competition between different providers and a real differentiation of the sector which often includes private healthcare in all its forms and not only hospitals. In Denmark the same group runs clinics, senior residences, ambulance services and ambulatory care. To the East, we can often see the intervention of foreign groups in the market and a large proportion of "out of pocket” care.  To the South, the members face the problems of public payment delays. For example, in 2014, the UEHP urged the European Commission to denounce the payment delays for Greek and Italian private hospitals.

Germany, France, Italy and Spain differ with a contract system with the public authorities for the treatment of public patients. Having said that France remains the country where the private sector is the most developed, in the rest of Europe the average number of public patients treated in a contracted hospital is 20% for Italy, Spain and Germany, much less in the remaining countries.

The Secretary General, Mr. Paolo Giordano presented the activities undertaken by the UEHP the previous year (see links to the official document) and distributed brochures to each national delegations on European direct funding programs which affect the sector: Horizon , COSME, Erasmus+ , Health  for Growth(see links to official documents) . Direct and Indirect Funding (Structural Funds, FSE) are one of the subjects where the UEHP is actively involved having already won two funding tenders in 2014, the first on the quality of care and patient safety; the second on hospital waste management.

The Secretary General also presented the major lines of the action plan 2015 (see links) which includes the UEHP participation at the European Patient´s Rights Day with a close collaboration with the FHP on this theme and on the European Charter of Patient´s rights. Among the activities proposed by the Brussels ‘delegation, there is:

-          The organization of a UEHP seminar at the European Parliament on Effectiveness and Health investments

-          The nomination of the UEHP to be part of the interest group of the European Parliament on Innovation and quality of care

-          Meetings with the new European Commissioner for Health and the President of the Health Commission of the European Parliament

-          The organization of information days, free for UEHP members, on European funding and on the functioning of the EU, the Community mechanism and lobbying. The information days can take place in the delegation country but also in Brussels with opportunities to meet members of Parliament and of the European Commission.

 

Other activities already planned and approved by the General assembly for 2015 are the UEHP Conference which will take place mid-September during the World Expo 2015, in Milan, on the modernisation and sustainability of health services and the creation of a Factbook with data on the private hospital sector in Europe. In the course of 2015, the UEHP will also be involved with other activities related to issues brought forward by the European Commission.

Besuch des IWF in der Klinik

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21-1-2015

Heute fand ein Besuch der IWF-Vertreterin Frau Todd  in unserer Klinik im Rahmen ihrer Informierung über die Gestaltung des Rahmens zur Gewährung von Medizintourismusdienstleistungen für internationale Patienten durch griechische Kliniken statt.

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Teilnahme an Messen

OMAN-HEALTH-9-2014-01.jpgDie Klinik nimmt im Rahmen ihrer Aktivitäten im Bereich des Medizintourismus und der Behandlung von Patienten aus anderen Ländern im September und Oktober an 3 Messen teil, 2 in den Golfstaaten und eine Messe in Kasachstan.

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Betriebsaufnahme der Onkologischen Abteilung

Die Abteilung für Pathologische Onkologie begann ihre Tätigkeit unter der wissenschaftlichen Leitung des angesehenen Internisten – Onkologen Minas Markopoulos in Mitarbeit mit einem Ärzteteam. In der Abteilung werden neben der stationären Behandlung von Patienten auch Chemotherapien durchgeführt.