Tailored prenatal care
A two-year Minimal Access Surgery fellowship followed at London’s St. Peter and Ashford Hospital – one of the UK’s largest and best-known endometriosis centres (CEMIG). Completing my specialisation in laparoscopy, I was awarded my degree by the European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy.
Finishing up my training in the United Kingdom, I took part in infertility and Assisted Reproduction research, earning a Master of Science degree from the University of Bristol. An internship at Tel Aviv’s Ichilov Hospital followed.
Thereafter, I worked as a consultant Obstetrician-Gynaecologist at London’s Richmond Practice private hospital for a time, before returning to Cyprus and taking up my current practice at Aretaeio Private Hospital in Nicosia.
What I will never ever forget is the day of birth. A 32-week, early delivery at midnight... and Christina by my side. The relationship and cooperation between us did not stop after the birth. Christina has been and continues to be by my side to this day, advising and encouraging me.
I will always remember the day I gave birth to my daughter, when Christina turned around with a big smile of satisfaction and said to me, "We made it!"
Christina listened to us carefully, and she was always concerned whether or not I was having side effects from my medications. She really wanted to find the root of my problem and was very supportive of our decisions. She continued to be interested in our and our baby's wellbeing after we gave birth.
Christina is far more than just a doctor, she is truly a friend who supports you and is by you, at any time you may need her, despite her heavy schedule and responsibilities. I will remember always her calmness and professionalism during the difficult labour that followed... the love and tenderness she showed our newly-born infant and the psychological support of the family-like environment during those hard moments.