The Birth Registration is exclusively carried out by both parents within 10 calendar days from the date of birth, at the Birth Registration Office on the 1st Floor of the Maternity Hospital.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR BIRTH REGISTRATION
- Original ID cards and photocopies thereof for both parents.
- The IBAN of the mother’s bank account, where she appears as the account holder or joint account holder, for the childbirth benefit application.
- Social security number (AMKA) and Tax Number for both parents.
Optionally, the Marriage Certificate, Civil Partnership Certificate or Family Status Certificate in the event the mother is unmarried.
NOTE FOR AUTHORIZATION
The Registration of Birth of a newborn may be carried out by one parent only, provided they have a signed authorization from the other parent, validated by a Citizens’ Service Center (KEP), the police or online through gov.gr.
WHAT SHOULD THE AUTHORIZATION INCLUDE?
A. If only the father of the newborn registers the birth, the mother’s authorization must specify
- Which of the two parents will insure the baby with their social insurance fund.
- That she authorizes her spouse to apply for the childbirth benefit or that she does not wish to apply for the childbirth benefit.
B. If only the mother of the newborn registers the birth, the father’s authorization must specify:
Which of the two parents will insure the baby with their social insurance fund.
FOR NON-GREEK CITIZENS:
- Marriage Certificate or Certificate from their Embassy where their names have been translated into Greek. (The translation may also be carried by an authorized lawyer)
- Passports for both parents.
- Social security number (AMKA) and Tax Number, if applicable.
By appointment at the Central Registry Office of Amaroussion (9, Vas. Sofias St, tel.: 213 2038035-37) both of parents may produce their National ID’s in order to give first name to the newborn and the same time to receive the Birth Certificate.
REGISTRY OFFICE OC AMAROUSSION
Days and hours of operation for the public: Monday to Thursday, 08:30-14:30.
For parents who do not have Social Security Number, the Social Security Number of the newborn may be issued from offices at 21st Akadimias, Syntagma, Athens, with the Birth Certificate and his./her National ID.
Download the Brief Guide on Digital Birth Registration issued by the Hellenic Ministry of Digital Governance.
OPENING HOURS FOR THE PUBLIC
MONDAY-FRIDAY, 07:00-13:00, by appointment,
Birth Registration Office, IASO Maternity / Gynecology Hospital
1st floor (Tel: +30 210 6184178, +30 210 6184189, Ext. 4178, 4189, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
HOW TO RECEIVE THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE AND AMKA OF YOUR NEWBORN
You will receive your newborn’s Social Security Number (AMKA) by SMS on your mobile and it will also be written on the Birth Certificate. The Birth Certificate may be downloaded from www.gov.gr or obtained from a Citizens' Service Center (KEP) or from the Marousi Registry Office (open for the public Monday to Thursday, 08:30-14:00). The Marousi Registry Office is open by appointment for any other services (e.g. name-giving, recognition of child, etc.).
You will receive your newborn’s AMKA by SMS and it will also be written on the Birth Certificate.
You must immediately forward it to IASO before being discharged, so that you may be entitled to use EOPYY, your social insurance fund. Especially if the newborn is admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) or a ward to undergo surgery, you must produce their AMKA prior to the newborn’s admission, so that they are entitled to use EOPYY.
- Email: email@example.com
- Fax: +30 210 6184158
- Tel: +30 210 6184105 & 183
Frequently Asked Questions
- Do you hold prenatal classes on Breastfeeding?
- Is “Rooming in” allowed across all ward classes?
- What if I need help on Breastfeeding after my discharge from the Clinic?
- How can I exclusively breastfeed?
- What if I need psychological support?
- Do I need an escort during night hours?
- What kind of documents do I need to bring?
- What is the discharge procedure?
- What else should I bring?
- Do you reserve patient rooms?
- What are the visiting hours?