Greek Minister of Health and Social Solidarity, Andreas Loverdos, visited Limassol General Hospital on Tuesday, where he attended a meeting with a view to expand cooperation between the twinned hospitals of Limassol and Heraklion University Hospital. The minister was briefed on the actions taken to promote cooperation.
In statements, Loverdos said cooperation between Limassol General Hospital and Heraklion University Hospital will be extended to cover all its 21 clinics and departments, adding that following the initiative of Cyprus’ Health Minister Stavros Malas, the idea of a unified medical centre for Greece and Cyprus was examined.
Loverdos said he asked for the cooperation of Limassol Hospital in the field of research, adding “we can do many in two directions –online or email and the exchange and physical presence of both sides”.
Limassol General Hospital Director, Chrysostomos Andronikou, said that through the meetings, ``we have deepened our cooperation which started with four clinics and the aim is to expand cooperation to all 21 clinics``.CNA