Greece’s Health Minister thanks Australians for Panarcadian Hospital of Tripoli support

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Greece’s Health Minister, Adonis Georgiadis, visited the Panarcadian Hospital of Tripoli with Member of Parliament of Arcadia, Kostas Vlasis, and Regional Governor of Peloponnese, Dimitris Ptochos on Sunday, March 31.

In a post on Twitter/X, Georgiadis thanked Greek expatriates from Australia and the United States for taking care of the hospital to the best of their ability.

As a result of the support given, Tripoli’s Panarcadian Hospital is equipped with a full staff on their grounds and have since announced additional positions for doctors and nurses.

“It [Panarcadian Hospital] is a hospital that is generally doing well, and the patients I met there today, conveyed their thanks for the support,” Georgiadis wrote.

Source: X

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