The undertaking of activities for the promotion of the Cyprus Health Service Promotion Board’s goals and to help the public understand the role and the contribution of The Board to the health service
Participation in international and domestic organisations related to matters that the The Board is concerned with
The genuine contribution of the members of The Board to the economical, business, social and environmental development of Cyprus
Most of the largest and best equipped hospitals in Cyprus are members of the Cyprus Health Service Promotion Board. They are all approved and licensed by the Cyprus Government and some of them have moved a step ahead by signing contracts to gain international accreditation standards from accrediting bodies approved by the ISQUA.
Patients looking for treatment in Cyprus can either contact the Cyprus Health Service Promotion Board to get more information about the Cyprus health tourism industry, or can contact their member hospitals directly, who are more than willing to provide as much information as possible regarding potential treatment in Cyprus.
Click here to visit the Cyprus Health Service Promotion Board website, which will provide you with information regarding Cyprus as a health destination. By accessing the website
you can view a list of members, explore their profiles, and find links to their individual websites.
Uniquely positioned at the crossroad between Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Cyprus is easily accessible for all people whether coming from Europe or the rest of the world.
Today, Cyprus is a modern country and has been a member of the European Union since 2004. With its European culture and civilisation that stretches back to antiquity, it has much to offer including year-round sunshine, alluring beaches, vineyards, historical sites, and a family-oriented culture of open-hearted people.
Currently, the Cyprus Government is placing a lot of emphasis on promoting Cyprus as a health care destination with a current annual expenditure on health of over 700 million Euros, representing 6% of gross national product. The Cyprus health industry bears an excellent reputation of the essential post operative care after any kind of surgery where the Mediterranean climate, with its dry summers and mild winters, is ideal for recuperating both for the patient but also for people accompanying them.