Republic of Cyprus
Nicosia General Hospital

FAQ




1. I am a person with disabilities. How can I move in the hospital?
2. How safe is Nicosia General Hospital?
3. I may be pregnant and my doctor deems that I need radiographs. What shall I do?
4. I am pregnant and I will accompany my child for radiographs.



1. I am a person with disabilities. How can I move in the hospital?

The easiest access for wheelchairs is from the entrance at level 0. There is access to all the other areas by lifts which can be found at Node A and B. Toilets with access to wheelchairs can be found near the lifts and also in all the wards. A small number of wheelchairs are provided at the Fractures Clinic of the hospital that is situated at the area of the outpatients’ clinics of level 1, where you can get them. For ensuring a wheelchair, you will be asked for your identity card, which will be returned to you as long as you bring back the wheelchair.
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2. How safe is Nicosia General Hospital?

There are Police Officers at key points of the hospital on a 24-hour basis. The staff, the visitors and the patients are not allowed in any case to leave the safety gates open. The hospital is not responsible for any theft, loss or damage of property of the patients or the visitors.
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3. I may be pregnant and my doctor deems that I need radiographs. What shall I do?

Radiographs are harmful for the embryo and you must inform accordingly both your doctor and your gynaecologist.
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4. I am pregnant and I will accompany my child for radiographs.

If you are pregnant and you accompany you child for a radiograph, ask from another person to accompany your child to the radiography room.
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