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What kind of documents do I need to bring?

You need to bring with you:

 

  1. Social Security Number (AMKA) (If you are not directly insured with EOPYY, you need to know the AMKA of the person who is directly insured).
  2. Both parents’ original national ID cards and photocopies thereof.
  3. An original and recent Certificate of Marriage (issued no earlier than 6 months) and a photocopy thereof; you can receive the Certificate of Marriage from the Registry Office your marriage was registered at or from a Citizens’ Service Center (KEP), in which case you must also provide a photocopy of the relevant application form. Both parents’ Social Security Numbers (AMKA) and Tax Numbers, and the mother’s IBAN are also required.
  4. In case there is no marriage, the Registration of Birth is solely carried out by the mother with her national ID card and a Family Status Certificate (issued no earlier than six 6 months). The Family Status Certificate may be obtained from the Municipality where she exercises her right to vote or a Citizens’ Service Center (KEP). The mother’s Social Security Number (AMKA), Tax Number and IBAN are also required.
  5. In case there is no marriage and the mother is divorced, the Registration of Birth is solely carried out by the mother with her national ID card, and an original and recent Marriage Certificate (issued no earlier than 6 months) stating the dissolution (i.e. the divorce). Please note that 300 days must have passed from the date the dissolution of marriage has been rendered irrevocable. A Family Status Certificate (issued no earlier than six 6 months) or a relevant certificate from a Citizens’ Service Center (KEP), as well as the mother’s Social Security Number (AMKA), Tax Number and IBAN are also required.
  6. In case a child is born in civil partnership, both parents must produce their national ID cards, an original and recent Civil Partnership Certificate (issued no earlier than 6 months), registered at the Registry Office, their Social Security Numbers (AMKA) and Tax Numbers, and the mother’s IBAN.
  7. Third-country nationals, instead of national ID cards, may produce their valid passports and photocopies thereof. In case their wedding took place in a foreign country, they must produce an original Certificate of Marriage and an original and official translation of it into Greek (translated no earlier than 6 months). The full names of both parents must be clearly indicated on the Certificate of Marriage, and these must also be translated into Greek. The translation may be carried out by the Translation Service of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the corresponding Greek consular authority in the country where the certificate was issued, or by an authorized Greek attorney.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Do you hold prenatal classes on Breastfeeding?
  2. Is “Rooming in” allowed across all ward classes?
  3. What if I need help on Breastfeeding after my discharge from the Clinic?
  4. How can I exclusively breastfeed?
  5. What if I need psychological support?
  6. Do I need an escort during night hours?
  7. When should I declare my baby’s birth at the Birth Declaration Office of the Maternity Clinic?
  8. What is the discharge procedure?
  9. What else should I bring?
  10. Do you reserve patient rooms?
  11. What are the visiting hours?

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