251 Airforce General Hospital

251 Airforce General Hospital

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Emblem

«To help or at least not to harm»
(Hippocrates’ «Epidemics», Chapter C, para. 5)

History

The first Greek Airforce hospital was founded in September 1942, in Cairo Egypt during the 2nd World War and it was set up in one of the wings of the Greek Community Hospital in Ambasia (Cairo).

Following the repatriation of the Hellenic Airforce units in December 1944 the hospital was moved to Athens, and was housed in a building belonging to Italian Nun School at Kipseli (Athens) and as General Hospital of the Greek Royal Airforce and started to offer its services on the 24th March 1945. On February 1996 the Hospital was renamed as 251 Hellenic Airforce General Hospital (HAFGH) and ten years later was moved to its current location.

Location

Hellenic Airforce 251 General Hospital is situated on 3 P. Kanellopoulou Street, near 401 Military Hospital and the junction with Mesogion Av.

Mission

Health care provision to Airforce personnel, veterans and their families

Training of the Medical Staff of the Hellenic AirForce.

Training Civilian Doctors and Nurses in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Welfare.

Scientific Research

Contact

  • +30 2107463399 Hospital
  • +30 2107464140 Education Department