The American Embassy in Athens, Greece assumes no responsibility for the professional ability or reputation of the persons or medical facilities whose names appear of the following lists. Lists are provided as a convenience to American citizens in Greece and in no way constitutes an official recommendation by the U.S. Government or its representatives. All listed practitioners speak English.
Doctor's fees can vary considerably. It is recommended that you inquire about fees in advance. Although some doctors may request payment in dollars, that is illegal; all bills can be settled in drachmas. Be sure to get a formal receipt.
There is always a pharmacy open for after hours, weekends, holidays, night and day. Each pharmacy places a card in the window after they close. The card will list the times and the pharmacy in your area that is open. On the weekends, there would be two cards, one for Saturday and one for Sunday. If you have difficulty, you may have to ask for help from a passerby or neighbor. The on call pharmacies are also listed in the English language newspaper "Athens News" which is published every Friday morning. The pharmacies can also be found on their web site: http://athensnews.dolnet.gr. Click on "useful info" then scroll down to "today's emergency pharmacies".
For those of you who live near the airport, the pharmacy "Vassiliadis A.E." at the El. Venizelos Athens International Airport, is open from 06:00 a.m. to 24:00. Telephone number is 3533-333.
My Girlfriend's Gynocologist (whom she raves about)
Dr. Dimitrios Kokkalis, Aghia Meletiou 86, Kypseli, Athens Tel:210-866-8700, Mobile 6944-879601
"Errikos Dunant" Hospital
|9 Neapoleos & Kifissias Streets
151 23 New Filothei
|296 Kifissias Avenue
151 23 Halandri
|OB-GYN||TSIONOU, Christina||4 Semitelou Street
115 28 Athens
|LINOS, Dimitris||227 Kifissias Avenue
145 61 Kifissia
|7 Adrianoupoleos Street
161 21 Kaisariani
|11 Skoufa Street
106 73 Athens
& V. Sophias Ave.
115 28 Athens