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Bucharest, Oct 13 /Agerpres/ - Athens Medical Group (AMG) and Genesis Athens on Thursday opened their latest Medsana - Genesis Athens clinics in Bucharest City that will provide gynaecological and in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) healthcare services.
The new facility is made up of two clinics that will provide the entire range of gynaecological and assisted human reproduction services.
'The opening of the Medsana - Genesis Athens clinics coincides with the 20th anniversary of the first Medsana clinic opened in Romania. At the same time, it marks the beginning of our expansion on the local market by setting up specialist facilities that provide high-quality services, while at the same time creating added value for Romania and Romanians,' Athens Medical Group CEO Vassili Apostolopoulos told the opening ceremony.
He said the Medsana - Genesis Athens services include surgeries, diagnostic tests, day-care hospitalisation as well as IVF and assisted human reproduction.
'Athens Medical Group's new entrepreneurial move belongs to Medsana, carried out in partnership with Genesis Athens, and it is designed to fill the gaps on the Romanian market by integrating the available high technology that includes important medical innovations. Our group is a leading healthcare services provider in Greece. We are currently ready to start off an expansion journey in Romania. Over the past two decades, Medsana has contributed to the creation and development of Romania's healthcare services. Our strategy emphasises quality instead if quantity, while the opening of new clinics in Bucharest reflects exactly this philosophy,' said Apostolopoulos.
In his turn Genesis Athens CEO Konstantinos Pantos said the new facility has been designed to meet the strictest international standards that are already implemented by the world's best hospitals.
'Our objective is to provide renewed boost to medical tourism while also highlighting Greece's contribution to the sensitive field of IVF staff training. Our training programmes have already crossed Greece's borders under agreements concluded with universities abroad,' said Pantos.
AMG was established 32 years ago, having reached a current out-patient capacity of 400,000 patients a year.
In Romania, AMG is operating three Medsana clinics, two located in Bucharest City and one in Ploiesti.AGERPRES(RO - editor: Magdalena Tanasescu; EN - author: Corneliu-Aurelian Colceriu, editor: Maria Voican)
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