Greek doctors in the UK
Greek doctors in the UK
Greek Medical Association UK
Greek Medical Association UK

Find a Greek Medical Consultant in the UK

The Greek Medical Association UK recognises the big demand for Greek speaking medical consultants, General Practitioners and dentists for the needs of the continuously growing Greek community in London and the other big cities around the UK. Our team has started creating an online directory with all the biomedical professionals(consultants, GPs, dentists) across the UK. So if you are a Greek medical consultant or dentist please let us know so we can include you in our directory. This is a great opportunity to increase your visibility in the Greek community in the UK and reach more patients.

For more info please email us at: or fill out the form below


Thank you!

GMA UK team

Private minor injury urgent care centre for adults & children from age 1

Located at the entrance to the world famous Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth, Casualty First is open 7 days a week for walk in urgent care and offers easy access to experienced A&E doctors.


Walk in - no appointments

Patients are seen by a fully qualified doctor and pay a fee for an initial consultation with further charges for extra treatment if necessary. No appointment is necessary.

Patients can be reassured they are being treated in a fully equipped private Hospital with the advantages of instantly available on-site imaging, theatres, pharmacy, testing and physiotherapy.


The cost of the consultation is £100. Greek speaking doctors maybe available on certain days.

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Τα σεμινάρια "Ιατρική εργασία και ειδικότητα στην Αγγλία" θα πραγματοποιηθούν ΔΩΡΕΑΝ σε Αθήνα και Θεσ/νικη μεταξύ 8-9 Μαϊου 2015!

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