PM Mitsotakis Tours Attikon University General Hospital and Daphni Monastery

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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis emphasised the government's commitment to modernising the basic infrastructure of the National Health System during his visit to Attikon University General Hospital on Thursday afternoon.

Mitsotakis highlighted the government's ambitious goal of radically modernising the National Health System's infrastructure over the next two years, with a particular focus on expanding Intensive Care Units. His visit to Attikon Hospital aimed to underscore the importance of these efforts.

During his tour of Attikon, Mitsotakis received updates on two significant projects underway at the hospital, funded by the Recovery and Resilience Fund as part of broader initiatives to upgrade public health infrastructure in Greece.

The first project, nearly completed, involves the comprehensive renovation of the Psychiatric-Paedopsychiatric Clinic, along with refurbishments to the hospital's toilets and substantial enhancements to facilities housing outpatient surgeries and three additional clinics.

The second project focuses on upgrading the hospital's Emergency Department to align with the Health Ministry's new standards, ensuring improved patient care and service delivery.

Prior to his visit to Attikon, Mitsotakis toured the monastery of Daphni, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site recognised as a pivotal monument of the mid-Byzantine era in Attica. Culture Minister Lina Mendoni briefed the prime minister on the restoration and maintenance works funded by the National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF), as well as plans for future enhancements at the monastery.

(Source: Amna)

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