About St. Raphael Private Hospital
The St. Raphael Private Hospital is the first and only private hospital in Larnaca, Cyprus.Designed and built to European specifications, the new deluxe, modern facility places a firm emphasis on providing a friendly atmosphere to facilitate the patient’s treatment or recovery whilst boasting a team of some of the best doctors and specialists on the island. Newly built, St. Raphael Hospital is situated in Stratiou Timayia, an easily accessible location that is:• 5 minutes from Larnaca Centre• 12 minutes from Larnaca Airport• 10 minutes from Larnaca Beaches.The hospital has 4 operating rooms, the only private ER department in Larnaca, and a solid team of more than 30 qualified medical specialists, over 50 nurses and paramedical personnel, receptionists, care-workers, maintenance and cleaning personnel - all with a common goal to make the St. Raphael Private Hospital the leader in patient care and commitment.The hospital's mission to be the best healthcare provider and employer in Cyprus reflects a long-term, on-going commitment to providing high quality, compassionate care in line with best clinical practices.The new hospital building, designed to American healthcare standards, has four first class operating rooms with spacious recovery areas, including an isolation facility. There is a modern, fully equipped endoscopy suite, a spacious emergency room area and 15 individual patient care rooms, including a children’s ward and VIP suite. The new facility has ICU facilities for cardiac cases and a neonatal nursery.Moreover, a 24 hour surveillance system is in place to monitor and can quickly respond to any issues that may concern our new equipment or sophisticated electrical / mechanical support systems. With this security in place, our patients have the added peace of mind that they are in good hands every moment of their stay with us.We have also achieved to obtain TUV NORD OHSAS18001 and ISO9001 and are in the process of achieving the British QHA ( Trent ) Hospital Accreditation System , having already passed the preliminary Survey in 2011.