Protective measures

All practices and processes applied by the Group hospitals demonstrate our transparent commitment to continue improving the quality and safety of the care provided to our patients.

From the very first moment the first coronavirus case was identified in Greece, our hospitals responded immediately, implementing all the necessary measures to safeguard their facilities, protecting the health of their patients and employees.

Assisted by the competent Infection Control Committee (ICC), at MITERA we apply all the approved operational rules and safety protocols, strictly taking into account the guidelines issued by the National Public Health Organization (NPHO), the Greek Ministry of Health and international organizations.

Guided by distinguished infectious disease specialists, the ICC ensures continuous updates regarding the developments with COVID-19, actively contributes in overseeing and organizing safety protocols, and remains on alert when it comes to monitoring the seamless and safe operation of the Hospital. It mainly focuses on ensuring that all the hospital departments work closely together and the staff receive continuous updates and training.

The following protective measures are in place at HYGEIA Group:

Entry to MITERA Hospital is only possible from checkpoints, where full compliance with the use of the mask is ensured, while careful assessment of all individuals arriving is carried out for possible symptoms consistent with COVID-19.

If someone exhibits symptoms of the disease, they are directed to a specially designed negative pressure room via a secure route, where they receive all the necessary medical care under high-protection conditions.


Τhe Infection Control Committee ensures continuous updates regarding the developments with COVID-19, actively contributes in overseeing and organizing safety protocols, and remains on alert when it comes to monitoring the seamless and safe operation of the Hospital.

Measures for the children

MITERA Children’s Hospital Outpatient Clinic

Anyone visiting the MITERA Children’s Hospital Outpatient Clinic fills out the special COVID-19 questionnaire. In the case where a symptom that is consistent with COVID-19 is reported, the on-call pediatrician makes an assessment and a specimen is collected for molecular testing if deemed necessary.

If they experience no symptoms, they may enter the area after having had their temperature taken and provided they wear a mask.

Only one parent per patient is permitted during visits to the regular clinics.

MITERA Children’s Hospital inpatients

Both parents are permitted entry for children hospitalized at MITERA Children’s Hospital, but only one parent may stay with the child overnight.

Our key priority at HYGEIA Group is to provide quality services to safeguard the health of our patients.

Visiting Hours

Patient visits are restricted, with only 1 visitor or carer per patient, while the visit may not exceed 30 minutes. Entry to individuals who are not healthy is not permitted.

All patients and carers are required to wear masks and remain in the patient’s room throughout their visit.

There is strict adherence to the visiting hours, unless a special written permit has been received, signed by the treating physician (patients who are unable to care for themselves).

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

Visits to the NICU I are permitted once daily, from 11:30 to 12:00 or 19:30 to 20:00, and to the NICU II and III once daily, from 13:00 to 14:00 or 19:00 to 20:00. Only 2 people per department (NICU I, II, III) are permitted entry at a time, while the visit may not exceed 10 minutes. Only visual contact with the neonates is permitted. Breastfeeding mothers may feed their neonates whenever they wish so.

ΜΗΤΕΡΑ: Αγγελία

Η Ιδιωτική Γενική, Μαιευτική-Γυναικολογική & Παιδιατρική Κλινική ΜΗΤΕΡΑ Α.E., μέλος του Ομίλου ΥΓΕΙΑ ζητά Ιατρικό Προσωπικό, συγκεκριμένα: ΠΑΘΟΛΟΓΟ και ΠΑΙΔΟΧΕΙΡΟΥΡΓΟ.
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