How OPAP changed the pediatric hospitals [Video]

Renovated infrastructure, fully modernized facilities, brand new equipment and modern decoration now compose the image of the pediatric hospitals “Agia Sofia” and “Panagiotis and Aglaia Kyriakou”. Behind the transformation of the two largest pediatric hospitals in Greece is OPAP, which implements their complete renovation. This is a substantial investment, which helps to improve public health and provide a high level of care to thousands of children.

Seven years after the start of this major project, more than 85% of the renovation has been completed and the two pediatric hospitals have changed radically. In total, 13,910 square meters have been renovated to date and 28 renovation projects have been delivered, including 21 hospitals, main entrances, waiting rooms and stairwells. The renovated spaces have been equipped with modern office and hotel equipment and have modernized electromechanical installations, air conditioning, heating and ventilation systems. In addition, colorful paintings and cheerful patterns on the walls and floors create a pleasant environment for children.

The most modern Neonatal ICU in Greece

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at “Panagiotis and Aglaia Kyriakou”, which is the most modern in Greece, is one of the two new projects handed over by OPAP to pediatric hospitals. The Neonatal ICU is located on the 5th and 6th floor of the hospital, has a total area of ​​640 sq.m. and capacity of 25 incubators.

The video from the transformation of the Newborn ICU: