VNK Capital group, as part of its continued commitment to its Corporate Social Responsibility program donated specialist medical equipment of a value in excess of €10,000 to the Limassol branch of the Cyprus Kidney Association, which will be used by the Nephrology Clinic of Limassol’s General Hospital.
The group’s corporate responsibility program focuses in the fields of education, health and sport aiming to contribute in the best possible way to the local Cyprus community.
The aim of donating these two highly advanced dialysis scales, is to upgrade the specialist medical services provided to patients with chronic kidney disease. They were presented to the Nephrology Clinic by Mr Apostolos Letsios, director of SEA Medical Health Clinic and Mr. Demos Demou, member of the board of directors of VNK Capital.
On behalf of the hospital, the ceremony was attended by its director Mr Christos Nicolaou, the nephrologist and Head of the Nephrology Clinic Dr. Aristos Michael, the nephrologist Dr. Loukas Damianou, along with other members of the medical and nursing staff of the hospital. The Cyprus Kidney Association was represented by its president Mrs Kleri Ioannou and other members of the association.
Mr. Letsios stated that VNK Capital, through its active engagement with the local community, is aware of the problems of the society in which the group operates, and wanted to practically support the remarkable work of the Cyprus Kidney Association and the Nephrology Clinic. He added “We hope that the equipment we deliver today will contribute to the plans for the expansion of Limassol Hospital’s Nephrology Clinic and we promise that our Group will continue to support the needs of our fellow citizens.”
“We offer our heartfelt thanks to the VNK Capital group for their kind donation which gives us strength to continue our voluntary work, the purpose of which is to offer the best possible care to our kidney patients,” said Mrs Kleri Ioannou.
SEA Medical Health Clinic
SEA Medical Health Clinic, a member of VNK Capital group, operates a clinic in Mykonos, providing premium diagnostic and primary health care services to both local residents and tourists visiting the island. Sea Medical intends to operate a Renal Dialysis Unit, providing hemodialysis services to the island’s chronic kidney disease patients, and at the same time provide patients with kidney problems from all over the world the opportunity to visit Mykonos, and combine high level specialist medical services with equally high level tourist services.