YGIA Polyclinic Private Hospital Private hospital in Limassol, Cyprus
YGIA Polyclinic Private Hospital is a large, internationally accredited private hospital located in Limassol, Cyprus.
Founded in 1983, the hospital underwent a full renovation in 2007 and subsequent updates on almost a yearly basis have resulted in a modern and unpretentious style of luxury, while retaining a warm and welcoming feel. YGIA Polyclinic’s position in the centre of Limassol town, minutes from the coast, beach hotels and resorts, make it a popular destination for medical tourists seeking diagnostic investigations and hospital treatment. With a permanent staff of 454 and a network of 200 specialist associate doctors, YGIA Polyclinic offers a full range of medical services covering the specialties of bariatrics, cardiology, cosmetic surgery, ENT, gastroenterology, general surgery, general/internal medicine, neurology, neurosurgery, obstetrics/gynaecology, orthopaedics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, thoracic surgery, urology and vascular surgery. YGIA Polyclinic is equipped with the most up-to-date technology, offering precise and accurate diagnosis, treatment plan accuracy and positive outcomes. Significant investment in the hospital’s diagnostics department has resulted in a laboratory that can perform non-routine and specialised tests and a radiology department that offers a comprehensive range of imaging techniques, including 3D mammography with tomosynthesis, CT and 3 Tesla analysis MRI (one of only five such advanced MRI systems in Europe). Appointments for CT/MRI/Mammography can be arranged within 1-2 days, with the report available within 24 hours. Facilities at YGIA Polyclinic include 13 operating theatres, 2 dedicated maternity operating theatres, a highly equipped Intensive Care Unit, 24/7 Casualty and Emergency Unit with ambulance fleet and a state-of-the-art heart catheterisation department (Cath-Lab). There are 98 single rooms for in-patients. The hospital restaurant is open 07.30 – 19.30, serving a variety of freshly cooked meals, coffees, healthy choices and snacks. YGIA Polyclinic has a dedicated medical tourism and concierge services department staffed by an experienced multilingual team. Each patient is provided with a patient executive, who is available at any time to ensure that both the patient and their travel companion enjoy a comfortable and stress-free stay. Translation services are available, if required. The department also works with specialist travel partners to assist in the booking of flights, hotels, transfers and other travel requirements. YGIA Polyclinic publishes a guide to prices. Personalised treatment plans and quotes are available on request.
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