European Interbalkan Medical Center Thessaloniki
European Interbalkan Medical Center / Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Center - Iatriko Diavalkaniko Thessalonikis / Kentro Athlitiatrikis - Physikis Iatrikis- Apokatastasis
European Interbalkan Medical Center is located in Thessaloniki, Greece’ s second largest city, only 5 minutes from the airport. It is part of Athens Medical Group, the biggest and most reliable Healthcare provider in Southeastern Europe.
It bears international quality certifications: ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 22000:2005, Temos Quality in International Patient Care, Temos Excellence in Medical Tourism, Best Hospitals Worldwide 2014 & 2015 (Diplomatic Council UN).
European Interbalkan Medical Center is a top General Hospital, highly specialized in every field. We operate 24/7 supported by Emergency Medical Services (EMS) ambulances manned by a doctor and capable of dealing with urgent cases and supporting sports events.
We also accommodate a conference centre with a capacity of 500 seated attendees, where postgraduate medical seminars (EACCME) and sports medicine events take place in cooperation with the “Sports Medicine Association of Greece”.
Olympic Games winners, national champions, sportsmen of international caliber, professional and amateur teams fully trust our hospital’s “Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Centre”. We provide gym facilities, swimming pool, specialized equipment, experienced physiotherapists and nurses. We cooperate with top medical doctors (orthopaedics, neurosurgeons, vascular surgeons, and other specialties) who employ the most modern, internationally accepted, scientific techniques. We provide services in the domains of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for individual athletes and teams.
The “Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Centre” consists of the following departments:
- Medical Rehabilitation
- Sports Medicine
- Speech Therapy
- Hydrotherapy: pool, hot tub, bathtub, whirlpool
Director Simos Galitsanos says: “We will contribute to the development of the standards within the CCSM network, to the identification and the certification for the best practices in sports medicine principles, for athletes and active living, on a national, European and international basis. We will support the Collaboratoring Centres communication, in order to exchange knowledge and experience on a research and educational basis.”