Just arrived in Cyprus, and I wonder what is the recommended way to go about family health insurance. We have 2 small kids aged 5 and 3. I am mostly interested in day to day expenses like visiting a paediatrist and doing blood tests etc, not hospitalisation (that would be secondary). To give you an example in greece we had a cover that for 500 a year you could visit any type of doctor as much as necessary (http://www.expressiatriko.gr/). Is there anything similar in Cyprus? we have the european health card for emergencies but I suppose that is only for hospitals thanks
Hello - Is there anyone who can give me details of when the Canadian Implant doctor in Limassol will next be on the island - his name is Kyriaki -Ken -Keiren, he was due to show up on the 28th Oct! also a contact telephone number if anyone has this - many thanks - contact - Jennifer on 99797763.
Hello everyone, Below is the link to a very complete research about cancer. It is about our health system, using cancer as an example to illustrate the flaws and solutions. This documentary is very well research, with the input of many specialists across the globe, impressive work, one of a first in fact. Muchly recommended! https://go.thetruthaboutcancer.com
Hi there, Does anyone know where i can find a Doctor who is qualified/registered to perform an ENG-1 Seafarers Medical and provide a certificate? I work in the Maritime Security industry and need mine re-newing before the 26th of April 2013. I live in Pissouri but am willing to travel to anywhere in Southern Cyprus to get this done. Any information most appreciated. Many thanks. Stu
Hello, I am planning to open a prenatal and post-partum fitness centre in Limassol, are there any pregnant women looking currently for a fitness center specialised in exercises for this special period of their life? I would like to find out some opinions on what kind of services would you like to receive in a prenatal/post-partum gym and how much would you pay for a session? Any opinion is really appreciated! Thanks Ana
Most of you will be aware of the change in the law (April 6th 2015), which now allows UK state pensioners (and their dependants) the right to choose to have free NHS treatment in the UK (as long as you registered your S1 in your EU country of residence). What is not clearly explained is that in order to benefit from this change in the law, you MUST already be registered with a UK GP. So, anyone travelling to the UK is advised to register with a GP in your area of choice (temporary registration lasts for 3 months). Otherwise, if you need treatment, you have to make a trip to the UK just to register with a GP.