Every polyclinic should have a cardiologist. We also made sure to equip our facilities with medical equipment from the world-leading Swiss house SCHILLER, in order to be able to offer extended diagnostic services with safety and scientific reliability.

Interventionalcardiology.Coronary heart disease. Stent insertion, angioplasty.
Advanced cardiac imaging.Patent foramen ovale diagnosis.
Screening for coronary heart disease.Coronary heart disease risk assessment.High cholesterol.
Regulation of palpitations and arrhythmias.
Collapse and Hypertension evaluation.
Heart disease in women andduring pregnancy
Cardiovascular fitness assessment for general/vascularsurgery.
Valveprobles and cardiomyopathies.


I was trained in Pecs Medical University in Hungary .
I have been trained in internal medicine and adult cardiology
I have subspecialized in treating neonates,kids and adults with congenital heart diseases in United Kingdom at Royal Brompton Hospital

I performed 1 year of training in interventioanal cardiology in Toronto canada at Peter Munk Cardiac center
Graduated from Imperial College London witha master of Science in treating patients with advanced Heart failure.
I have special interest in cardiac intervention which involves the use of minimally invasive techniques to diagnose and treat coronary artery disease and more specialized structural procedures.
As a consultant cardiologist I have also specialized in treating pregnant women with heart diseases.
Lastly I havetrained in aviaton medicine

Chief Cardiologist

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Joseph Jacoub

Dr. Joseph Jacoub is a cardiologist with more than thirty years of experience, active participation in medical symposia and many scientific publications. He is Director of the Cardiology Department in “Psychiko Clinic” (a unit of Athens Medical Group). He speaks four languages (Greek, Arab, French, English).