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The beautiful Islands of Crete and Rhodes offer you the chance to experience the warm hospitality that is simply Greece. From snow capped mountains to golden sandy beaches and a wealth of historical sights, the Greek Islands have something for everyone. The Helionephro clinic in Rhodes is situated in the resort of Kalithea, just 5KM from the city of Rhodes, and attached via footbridge to the Paradise Royal Mare hotel. The unit in Crete, Mesogeois has to be seen to be believed; not only do they offer first class dialysis treatment; they also have a superb swimming pool complex and café facilities for the use of patients and their families. Situated close to Heraklion in a landscape of captivating beauty, Mesogeios is the ideal location for a perfect holiday. We also have units in Athens, Kalamata, Serres and Halkida.


The unit is located near Heraklion, the unit accepts the EHIC and provides for both single and double needle and dialyses every day accept Sunday. Transport is provided from certain resorts.


We have two units, one in Kalithea that is a private unit, EHIC not accepted and the cost is €200 per session - the unit is accessible via footbridge to the 4* paradise Mare Hotel, they are open every day except Sundays and offer single and double needle dialysis.

**We have a NEW unit that accepts EHIC in Rhodes, in Koskinou - around 2km from Kalithea and many other resorts - the unit provides transport, is open 6 days a week and is situated within a hospital.


Kalamata is Messinia’s capital and the second-largest city in the Peloponnese. Most travellers blitz through. Give it a chance and you’ll discover decent restaurants, good shopping and some excellent, easily ‘doable’ museums. The dialysis unit is located in Kalamata and more specifically in Fyties Messini. This unit opened in February 2009 and accommodates the needs of the local community, as well as of patients-visitors of the wider area of Messini and EHIC is accepted


Serres is located in Northern Greece, in the district of Macedonia. To the northwest it borders the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, to the north Bulgaria, to northeast the Greek prefecture Dram. Southeast of Serres is the prefecture Kavala, and Thessaloniki and Kilkis in the southwest and the west. Serres has a population of about 200,000 people. Serres town, the capital of the prefecture Serres, is a modern city with wide and spacious squares, traditional and neoclassical buildings. The town of Serres is located 580 kilometers (360 mi) from Athens and 79 kilometers (49 mi) from Thessaloniki. The dialysis unit here opened in November 2008 and is located few kilometers off the city of Serres, at a plot of 5,000 square meters EHIC is accepted


This is a city with a long history and a beautiful resort, which provides guests with wide range of activities and excursions. In addition to delightful beaches, parks and reserves, vacationers are welcome to visit modern sport centers and amusement parks. Gourmet tourists will definitely enjoy many restaurants, and shopping lovers will find much pleasure in making a walk in the malls of this city. Archaeological Museum, which is located in the central region of Chalkida, is surely one of those sights that cannot be missed. The dialysis unit accepts the EHIC, and opened in 2010 is located on the 3rd kilometer of the Chalkida-Thiva National Highway. This strategic location was chosen in order to accommodate the needs of the wider are of Evoia, Thiva and Leivadia.


We have two units in Athens, one in Palaio Faliro and one in the Pallini area, both accept the EHIC and offers dialysis every day except Sunday. The unit provides for both single and double needle. Athens is the historical capital of Europe, with a long history, dating from the first settlement in the Neolithic age. In the 5th Century BC (the “Golden Age of Pericles”) – the culmination of Athens’ long, fascinating history – the city’s values and civilization acquired a universal significance. Over the years, a multitude of conquerors occupied Athens, and erected unique, splendid monuments - a rare historical palimpsest. In 1834, it became the capital of the modern Greek state and in two centuries since it has become an attractive modern metropolis with unrivalled charm.


Santorini (also known as Thira) famed for its sunsets, wine and beautiful rugged coastline is arguably the most dramatic of all the Greek Islands. Created from a volcanic eruption in 1450 BC the Island is left with volcanic cliffs overlooking black and red coast, against the sparkling Mediterranean. It’s not just the geological landscape that turns heads though, with its whitewashed buildings clustered around central squares, blue domed churches and never ending vineyards Santorini is Greece at its best.

The whole complex of Santorini Islands is still an active volcano and probably the only volcano in the world whose whole crater is in the sea. Barhoppers and gourmets will love the lively tavernas and restaurants where of course freshly caught fish is always on the menu. The glamorous little town of Oia with is quaint narrow streets and smart boutiques is perfect for a spot of shopping, this is also the place to witness the best sunset on the Island.

The dialysis centre is situated in Pyrgos just 1km from the islands capital of Fira and 2KM from the airport and benefits from breathtaking views of the Island.

The unit is equipped with state of the art Gambro machines and complies fully with universal precautions and accepts the EHIC.

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