• Microbiological Laboratory

    In our microbiological laboratory, we conduct all haematological, biochemical, microbiological, and immunological tests.

    Personalized check-ups can be performed based on specific health issues such as thyroid diseases, diabetes, obesity, dietary intolerance and allergies, neoplasms, chronic fatigue syndrome, vitamin deficiencies etc., as well as preventive check-ups tailored to age, gender, family history, dietary habits, and lifestyle. There is also home blood collection available by appointment, especially for individuals with mobility and other serious health issues.

    Results are provided by the pathologist between 6-8 pm with necessary explanation and initial instructions, if needed. Results can also be sent via email to you and your physician.

    The daily operating hours are from 8 am to 2 pm and from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm, except weekends. Blood collections are conducted throughout the operating hours.

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  • Gastroenterology Clinic - Endoscopic Laboratory

    The gastroenterologist specialises in the monitoring and treatment of acute and chronic diseases of the digestive system, as well as the liver, pancreas, and bile ducts. The "Ygeia Florinas" diagnostic centre additionally has a fully equipped endoscopic unit of the digestive system for gastroscopy (esophagogastroduodenoscopy), colonoscopy - polypectomies - and haemostasis on bleeding ulcers, vessels, and tumors.

    With endoscopy, the gastroenterologist observes the entire internal surface of the esophagus, stomach, duodenum, and the large intestine with the help of a high-resolution endoscope.

    Diagnostic endoscopy is performed in the upper (esophagus, stomach, duodenum) or lower digestive system (colon), to diagnose the lesion, take biopsies, and histologically confirm the diagnosis.

    With interventional endoscopy, polyps can also be removed.

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  • Urological – Andrological Clinic

    • Doctor’s CV

      Anastasios K. Sylakos, MD, Urologist - Andrologist


      1999             License to practice Medicine (Health Directorate of Ioannina Prefecture).

      1999             Training in the pathological, surgical, and cardiological departments of Hatzikosta General Hospital in Ioannina (three-month surgical specialisation).

      1999-2000   Rural Service at K.I. Pogoniannis Health Center in Delvinaki.

      2000-2001    Surgical specialisation training at the Department of General Surgery of Filiates Hospital.

      2002-2006    Specialisation in Urology, Department of Clinical Urology, University Hospital of Ioannina.

      1st Educational Laparoscopic Urology Workshop in Patras.

      2005-2006    Paediatric Urology specialisation training, Department of Urology, Tottori University Hospital, Japan.

      2006               Board certification in Urology (Health Directorate of Ioannina Prefecture).

      Practical course in prostate ultrasound and biopsy, Lisbon. (12th Practical Course Prostate Ultrasound and Biopsy/3rd International Workshop on Prostate Biopsy, Lisbon).

      2014              Training in the da Vinci surgical system in the programme “Robotics Assistance in Urology”of the 1st University Urology Clinic of "Laiko" General Hospital in Athens.

      PhD candidate, Medical School, University of Ioannina


      1997-1999     Medical courses during military service for conscripts and permanent army officers.

      2000               Instructor in individual and public health course for vocational nursing school students at the P.N.I. Hatzikosta.

      2000-2001     Participation in the training of rural doctors at Filiates Hospital.

      2001                Doctor Responsible for the surgical team during the conduct of the international Super Rally, 2001 (Federation of Harley-Davidson Clubs Europe (FH-DCE)).

      2003-2005     Teaching in the practical training of fourth-year medical students at the University of Ioannina.

      2007               Trainer at the National Emergency Aid Centre School in Ioannina.

      2008-2010     Clinical Urologist at the Social Insurance Institute (IKA) of Ioannina.

      From 2006     Clinical Urologist in private practice.


      21th European Association of Urology (EAU) Annual Congress, Paris, France, 5-8 April 2006. A. Sylakos. Experimental models of left varicocele in animals: What have we learned(EAU Section Meetings)


      14th Panhellenic Radiology Congress, Crete, 11-14 November 2004. The multidetector computed tomography in the investigation of hematuria. A. Tsili, K. Tsampoulas, F. Katzioti, D. Baltogiannis, A. Sylakos, N. Sofikitis, S. Efthymidis. This presentation was honoured with commendation


      European Urological Society

      Endourological Society

      Hellenic Urological Society

      Hellenic Andrological Society









    • Urology

      Urology is a surgical specialty that deals with the study, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases of the urinary tract in both men and women, as well as diseases of the male reproductive system.

      The urinary system consists of the kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, and urethra. Its purpose is the production and excretion of urine and the maintenance of water/electrolyte balance.

      Urological diseases are classified as follows:

      1. Diseases of the prostate gland
        1. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
        2. Prostatitis
        3. Prostate Cancer
      1. Tumours of the Genitourinary System
        1. Kidney and ureteral cancer
        2. Bladder cancer
      1. Testicular cancer
      2. Penile cancer
      3. Infections of the urinary system
        1. Urinary tract infections in men
        2. Urinary tract infections in women
      1. Urinary incontinence
      2. Ακράτεια ούρων
        1. Male incontinence
        2. Female incontinence
      1. Phimosis
      2. Hydrocele
      3. Varicocele
    • Andrology

      Andrology is the medical specialty that specifically deals with diseases related to the male reproductive system.

      The male reproductive system consists of the penis, the testes, and the ejaculatory duct.

      Main categories of andrology include

      • Male infertility
      • Erectile dysfunction
      • Premature ejaculation
      • Peyronie's disease
      • Penile fractures
    • Common Urological – Andrological Symptoms

      The urological-andrological symptoms that cause disorders and require investigation and appropriate management by an Urologist-Andrologist are as follows:

      a. Renal-ureter colic (pain in the kidney region with or without radiation towards the genital organs).

      b. Orchialgia (pain in the testicles).

      c. Prostatalgia (pain or discomfort in the genital organs, rectum, perineum, suprapubic region, bladder, or rectal area).

      d. Urinary Frequency (when the micturition rate is more than 8 times per day and urine output is less than 200 ml per time.).

      e. Nocturia (urination more than once during the nocturnal sleep period).

      f. Dysuria (difficulty urinating usually accompanied by burning or pain).

      g. Haematuria (presence of blood in the urine).

      h. Pyuria (presence of white blood cells/pyospheres in the urine).

      i. Oliguria-Anuria (decreased urine production).

      j. Polyuria (excessive urine output exceeding 2.5 litters per day).

      k. Enuresis (involuntary loss of urine by a child during the day and especially at night in bed, occurring at least twice weekly for at least three consecutive months, in children over 5 years of age).

      l. Urinary incontinence (involuntary loss of urine without the patient's intention).

      m. Urethral discharge (whitish, viscous, malodorous or odourless fluid at the external urethral meatus, usually accompanied by a burning sensation during urination).

      n. Haematospermia (presence of blood in semen during ejaculation).

  • Endocrinological Clinic

    The field covered by Endocrinology is quite broad, and a brief list of conditions falling within it includes:

    • Type 1, Type 2, and gestational diabetes
    • Dyslipidaemia
    • Obesity and metabolic disorders
    • Thyroid diseases
    • Calcium disorders
    • Female and male osteoporosis
    • Adrenal gland disorders
    • Pituitary and hypothalamus disorders
    • Menstrual cycle disorders
    • Menopause and hormone replacement therapy
    • Hirsutism and acne
    • Reproductive disorders
    • Early and delayed puberty
    • Growth disorders

    By appointment only . Telephone: 2385049200-208

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  • Allergological Clinic

    ALLERGIES: A modern epidemic!

    Etymologically, the word "allergy" is compound and derives from the combination of the words "allos + ergon" where "allos" means different from normal and "ergon" means the body's action.

    Allergy is a disease or a condition characterised by the excessive and incorrect reaction of our organism against innocent - harmless substances, the allergens. Allergens do not cause any reaction in non-allergic individuals.

    Facts about Allergy:

    • Being sensitised does not necessarily mean being allergic.
    • Allergy usually starts early in childhood and persists for many years, often for life. It can occur at any age.
    • Allergic diseases are the most common chronic diseases in children and young adults.
    • Patients with one allergic condition are at increased risk of developing more allergies.
    • In children, one allergic condition often follows another. Atopic dermatitis usually appears first (allergic march).
    • A child with asthma can participate in sports activities, as long as their asthma is controlled.
    • Allergies have a significant genetic predisposition, but their occurrence can exist without a family history of allergies.

    Common Allergic Diseases:

    • Allergic rhinitis
    • Allergic asthma
    • Atopic dermatitis
    • Eczema
    • Urticaria
    • Angioedema
    • Food Allergy
    • Drug Allergy
    • Allergy to Hymenoptera (bee & wasp)

    Medical Office Services:

    • Clinical examination
    • Skin tests
    • Respiratory function testing
    • Challenge tests
    • Immunotherapy


    • Special Immunotherapy
    • Special Conservative drug therapy
    • Special avoidance guidelines for culpable allergens
    • Monoclonal antibodies
    • Regulation of drug allergies


    • Corticosteroid injection has no place in the immediate management of anaphylactic shock.
    • Keep the windows of your house closed during high pollen hours or when it is windy.
    • To keep allergens away from the eyes, nose, or mouth, wear sunglasses or a mask.

    Allergy may be the most modern epidemic, but we can deal with it together. Come, we are waiting for you!

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  • Surgical Clinic

    The General Surgeon specializes in the treatment of surgical diseases of the digestive system, liver, pancreas, spleen, gallbladder, and bile ducts, as well as in the treatment of diseases of the thyroid gland, adrenal glands, and breast. All these fall within the field of general surgery.

    In the clinic, a variety of minor surgical procedures can be performed, referred to as local interventions, using local anaesthesia without the assistance of an anaesthesiologist. These procedures include the removal of fat deposits, skin lesions, and soft tissue masses from any area of the body.

    Modern therapeutic methods include laparoscopic surgery for the treatment of abdominal conditions (laparoscopic cholecystectomy, laparoscopic diaphragmatic hernia repair, laparoscopic umbilical hernia repair, postoperative hernias, laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair, laparoscopic appendectomy, as well as laparoscopic interventions for tumours of the stomach, small and large intestines, and endocrine glands).

    It is well known that with the laparoscopic method, the level of treatment is very high therapeutically while having a very short and good postoperative course with rapid return to daily life and very good aesthetic results.

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  • Home Blood Collection

    For chronically ill or elderly patients, there are home blood collection services available. You may call 2385049200-8 to schedule your home appointment.
  • Timetable

    • Monday - Friday
    • Morning
      08.00 - 14.00
    • Afternoon
      17.30 - 20.30

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