Athens orthopedics has been ranked the best orthopedist in the world by the World Health Organization (WHO) for emergency care.
It has been named the most innovative in its field in its past 10 years.
The health service, which was opened in 2005, has been awarded more than $3 billion in grants, contracts and private investment in recent years.
The country also received $3.6 billion in European Union (EU) aid for medical research and development in 2016.
The government is now working to modernise the system and improve the quality of care.
In 2016, Athens orthopaedics received the second most prestigious award from the WHO, for its pioneering work in emergency medicine.
The prestigious award is given to the most important and effective, in the field of emergency medicine, the highest possible score.
In this year’s report, WHO said Athens ortho-health is “one of the leading authorities in the development of modern, high-quality emergency care services in Greece.”
The hospital also has an exceptional reputation and its care is of a high standard.
The hospital is the country’s most comprehensive hospital in terms of patient-level care, with more than 100 specialist units.
The main treatment units include cardiac and cardiothoracic units, as well as respiratory, respiratory rehabilitation and respiratory intensive care units.
In the intensive care unit, the patients are cared for by specially trained nurses, medical staff, surgeons and specialists, who work in a highly collaborative environment, according to a statement by the Greek Health Ministry.
The hospital has received numerous international awards, including the World Press Freedom Award in 2016, the 2016 European Press Freedom Prize, the 2015 European Press Competition Prize, and the World Humanitarian Award in 2013.
In 2017, Athens Orthopaedic Surgery became a member of the Global Health Association, which has more than 70 members.
The Greek Government has also invested in orthopedias since 2016, as it seeks to improve its public health services.
Ahead of the 2017 election, the Greek government announced a number of investments in orthopeds.
The new health service is one of the main beneficiaries.
In April 2017, the Ministry of Health said it will invest €1.7 billion ($2.1 billion) in the new health care system, which will include a new orthopedical hospital, a new general hospital, and new ambulances, according an official statement.
According to the Ministry, the new hospital will be built in Athens and the government plans to expand the hospital’s capacity to more than 2,000 patients per day by 2019.
A new general medical centre will be constructed, and there will be new ambulatory and orthopedIC units.
In addition, a hospital-based rehabilitation unit will be established, and other hospitals and specialties will be expanded.
A team of specialists from the orthopediS Department is working to develop a new system of emergency treatment in the Athens orthodys.
The orthopediatics department is also working to improve the emergency department, according the Ministry.