Medicover opens new clinic in northern Bucharest in Oregon Park

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Medicover, one of the top provider of private healthcare and diagnostic services in Romania, inaugurates a new multidisciplinary clinic in Bucharest, following an investment of EUR 500,000, a press release informs.

The clinic is hosted by Oregon Park, on Soseaua Pipera, and offers access to over 20 medical specialties, a full range of medical tests and screening programs, and dedicated departments for Occupational Health, Wellness and Nutrition.

The Oregon Park clinic covers a surface of over 700 sqm on the ground floor of Building B of the office complex and ensures quick access to healthcare at the highest standards to people working in the northern part of the capital, as well as to residents.

The new Medicover unit is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and provides over 20 medical specialties at the highest Swedish standards, including General and Internal Medicine, Cardiology, ENT, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dermatology and Psychology. It also includes dedicated departments for full Occupational Health services and Wellness and Nutrition counselling.

“Last year, we focused on expanding our network throughout Romania, as we opened two new clinics, acquired a third and relocated and expanded another two units. This year, in addition to our regional expansion, we are further growing our core Bucharest network, to answer the growing needs of local patients and the business community. We have seen the demand for our top quality healthcare services continue to increase, as 95 percent of our patients declare themselves satisfied and very satisfied with our services,” said Adrian Peake, General Manager of Medicover Romania.

Currently, the team of the new Medicover clinic in Bucharest brings together over 40 doctors, psychologists, nurses and auxiliary staff, and will continue to expand.

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