Our general practitioners conduct an initial examination and make a diagnosis, or give a referral to the required doctor, as well as a referral for tests and medications.

Our general medicine practitioner (family doctor) is a specialist in allergies and immunology. Our doctor also works with children’s illness from 6 months old upwards.

Ekaterina Vavilova
Medical Doctor

Graduated with merit from Siberian State University in Tomsk in 1999. In 2000, Ekaterina completed a specialization internship in 'Breast Diseases' at the Russian Medical Academy in Moscow and received training in ultrasound diagnostics and infrared heat diagnostics.

Since 2010, Ekaterina has held a Cyprus Medical Doctor license.

Dr. Vavilova provides her services in Russian, Greek, and English languages.

Dr. Natalia Smirnova
Medical Doctor

Graduated Pediatric School of Yaroslav State Medical Academy and post graduated Allerlogolgy- Immunology of Moscow State Medical Academy.

From 2014, Dr. Smirnov holds a Cyprus license of Medical Doctor.
Dr Smirnova is providing her services in Russian, Greek and English Languages.

When to see a doctor?

Severe or Persistent Symptoms

If you experience severe or persistent symptoms such as chest pain, difficulty breathing, severe abdominal pain, prolonged fever, unexplained weight loss, or neurological changes, it's essential to seek medical attention promptly.

Chronic Health Conditions

If you have a chronic health condition such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma, arthritis, or any other ongoing medical issue, regular check-ups with your doctor are important to monitor your condition, adjust treatment plans, and prevent complications.

Routine Screenings and Preventive Care

Regular check-ups and screenings for conditions such as cancer (e.g., mammograms, colonoscopies), heart disease (e.g., blood pressure checks, cholesterol screenings), and vaccinations are crucial for early detection, prevention, and maintaining overall health.

Medication Management

If you're taking prescription medications, it's essential to see your doctor regularly for medication management, including monitoring for side effects, adjusting dosages as needed, and reviewing potential drug interactions.

Women's Health Issues

Women should see their doctor for routine gynecological exams, Pap smears, breast exams, and discussions about contraception, family planning, and menopause-related concerns.

Pregnancy and Fertility

If you're planning to conceive, pregnant, or experiencing fertility issues, consulting with an obstetrician/gynecologist (OB/GYN) or fertility specialist is important for prenatal care, fertility evaluation, and reproductive health management.

Children's Health

Parents should ensure their children receive regular well-child visits and vaccinations according to the recommended schedule. Additionally, seek medical attention promptly for childhood illnesses, injuries, developmental concerns, or behavioral issues.