We are the leading Infertility Center in Greece, dedicated to making your wish of having a child come true.

What uniquely defines our clinic is that all our physicians are U.S. Board Certified.

Within a friendly and supportive environment, we are implementing the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic techniques the infertility field has to offer.

In the following pages of our site we offer you useful information about our infrastructure, capabilities and all the scientific achievements our Medical Center has accomplished since its establishment in 1989.

You may also read about our fertility programs and the modern therapeutic alternatives we offer couples.

Please do not hesitate to contact us. We are eager to speak with you and discuss any questions you may have concerning fertility and our Medical Center. We look forward to helping you realize your dreams of having a child.

Latest News

Dr. Vasilis KapetanakisDirector of Female Reproductive Surgery at Hygeia Hospital,  gives answers to concerns about Covid-19 and what couples who undergo infertility treatment should expect ιn an interview with Mr. Papadakis on Ant1. @ Kalimera Ellada

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Dr. Vasilis Kapetanakis, Director of Female Reproductive Surgery at Hygeia Hospital, was a guest speaker at the “2nd Women’s and Children Conference” that took place at Mitera Hospital in Athens on March 10-13th. His presentation concerned  “Female Reproductive Surgery”, which is a field where Dr. Kapetanakis has extensive experience and specialization for the management of female infertility.

The 2nd Conference on “Reproductive Surgery and Advanced Gynecological Endoscopic Surgery” organized by the Department of Endoscopic Surgery and Advanced Endoscopic Surgery

Dr Vasilis Kapetanakis was recently honored as the newly elected Vice President of the Board of Directors at Mitera Hospital.

Dr. Vasilis Kapetanakis was a guest speaker at the “4th Pan-Hellenic IVF Conference” that took place at the Hilton Hotel in Athens on February 20-22, 2020. (more…)

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