FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions


Find the answer to the most usual questions about our medical centre.

How can I get to your hospital?

If you are comming to Pafos from the High Way, just keep left and it’s right cross from McDonalds, see picture map below.

Where is your Hospital located?

51, Demokratias, Avenue
P.O.Box 62213, Paphos, 8062, Cyprus

29 Eleftherios Venizelos Avenue, Pafos 8021
P.O.Box 62259, 8062 Pafos, Cyprus

Does your Hospital have contracts with private funds (PEΟ, SEK, CYTA…)?

Yes, Please check with your fund if they cover the surgery/treatment under the diagnosis of your Physician and up to what amount.

Does your hospital have contracts with your private insurance companies?

Yes, Blue Cross Private Hospital has contracts with most insurance companies. Please check with your insurance company if they cover the surgery/treatment under the diagnosis of your Physician and up to what amount.

How can I pay my bill?

We accept cash, cheque and visa payment.

What should I bring with me if I am going to be admitted to your hospital?

You must bring personal hygiene items. Your medication recent blood analysis, X-Rays, CT scans.
• Identity card or passport.
• Insurance company contract number if appropriate.
• Air Flight Tickets if appropriate
• Medical fund book if appropriate

You must avoid bringing jewellery and large amount of money with you.

If I need to cancel my surgery or therapy, and I will not be able to come on the day I am scheduled, who do I contact?

You may contact the reception of Blue Cross Hospital at least 24 hours before, and we will inform your doctor.

Can I be transferred to my destination after my discharge?

To go to your destination by ambulance after your discharge, you should contact the Reception office before you leave the hospital, and we will inform you in due time.

Can I take my medicines before the surgery?

You must clarify with your surgeon if you can take anything by mouth. Usually you should not eat or drink anything on the morning of the operation. If you normally take medication in the morning please inform your doctors prior for instructions.