MIC & ASSOCIATES in Partnership with Hellenic Medical Center

Hellenic Medical Center reopens in a brand new facility in Astoria, New York

In December 2011, a revamped medical clinic, Hellenic Medical Center, reopened for business in a Queens, New York. The medical establishment underwent a $6 million renovation and upgrade and caters to large number of patients from all five boroughs of New York. The facility offers an extensive array of medical services, including, but not limited to, orthopedics, otolaryngology, cardiology, pediatrics, gynecology, ophthalmology.

The six stories structure, designed to meet the ever-increasing healthcare needs of the population of Queens, is located in the heart of an ethnically diverse neighborhood, which draws its population from regions such as the Balkans, the Middle East and Asia.

Hellenic Medical Center is affiliated with North Shore LIJ Hospital, a renowned hospital conglomerate that has recently acquired Lennox Hill and MEETH hospitals in Manhattan.

Mr. Minovici, a healthcare developer, holds a partnership interest in this venture, together with two New York physicians.

For the future

MIC & ASSOCIATES Commitment to transformation

MIC & Associates is committed to transforming healthcare in Central Eastern Europe through significant innovation within all segments of the industry, with emphasis on special services and state-of-the-art technologies. Within these segments, MIC partners with visionary companies that target markets with significant opportunities that could generate dramatic clinical improvements. Patients and healthcare professionals, state and private insurance companies alike are set to benefit tremendously from our projects.

MIC & Associates provides complete and full support for these projects, handling government, public and investor relations, logistics, and marketing, while providing crisis management and legal support.

With a broad perspective in both healthcare and finance, and an extensive network of executives, physicians, financing sources, investors and advisors in every segment of the industry, our company will lead to the development of greater healthcare standards within this region.


Speciality medical care

The countries of Central Eastern Europe are in dire need of high-quality, cost-effective healthcare services. MIC& Associates would therefore like to establish high-caliber hospitals in the region. These will be run by teams of physicians and employees not only committed to excellent patient care, but also multi-lingual and sensitive to the different cultural needs of both local and international patients.

These hospitals will offer leading edge patient care in the following medical specialties and subspecialties:

  • Otolaryngology: This will include the treatment of ear, nose, throat and neck disorders. Artificial hearing programs use implantable hearing aids and cochlear implants. Cutting-edge technology will enable physicians to provide the best service in treating Head and Neck skull base surgery, micro vascular and minimally invasive endoscopic surgery, voice disorders and BAHA.
  • Trauma Care: Trauma care provides comprehensive emergency treatment to patients suffering from life threatening traumatic injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents, falls and assaults. These injuries usually require multidisciplinary and complex treatment, including surgery, to give the patients the best possible survival and recovery chance. Injuries may require orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, abdominal surgery, plastic surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, critical care, emergency medicine or all of the above.
  • Burn Unit: The Burn unit is a progressive program offering burn patients emergency treatment, intensive care, rehabilitation and out-patient follow-up care. All types of burns including chemical, scald, thermal and electrical burns are treated. Treatment is designed to offer patients maximum healing opportunities and includes physicians and staff specialized in plastic surgery, physical therapy, occupation therapy, speech, psychiatry and nutrition.
  • Cardiology: Cardiac patients will receive life-saving care from heart specialists using sophisticated diagnostic technology and procedures including:
    • New state-of-the-art electrophysiology and catheterization laboratories, minimally invasive cardiac surgical procedures (using HD da Vinci surgical system), percutaneous aortic valve replacement, and Cardiac stem cell therapy trials using a patient’s own stem cells to repair the heart.
    • Sophisticated cardiac diagnostic imaging; Odyssey HD Monitoring in Hybrid Surgical Suite designed to combine minimally invasive percutaneous cardiology and vascular interventions with cardiovascular surgical procedures; and prevention programs such as Heartaware Assessment
  • Ophthalmology: Advanced treatment for Cataracts, Corneal diseases, Glaucoma, intraocular tumors, LASIK, Macular degeneration, Neurophthalmology, Ocular immunology and oncology, Pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus will be offered.
  • Neurology: The whole range of neurological diseases, including Stroke/Cerebrovascular Diseases, Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease & Movement Disorders, will be treated. The hospital will have laboratories with the capability of performing 24-hour EEG/Video service monitoring for these diseases as well as for brain tumors, brain injury, liver or kidney disease and brain death. Treatment will be provided using CT Scanners, Magnetic Resonance Imagining, EEG, evoked potentials, nerve conduction studies and electromyography.
  • Oncology : Comprehensive treatment for cancer patients will be provided. A highly skilled staff and state-of-the-art-technology will provide patients with an individualized treatment program that meets the utmost level of quality care. Treatment options will include: Surgery, Chemotherapy, Combined Therapy (Chemo/Radiation/Surgery), External Beam, High and Low Dose Rate Brachytherapy. All cancer patients or potential candidates for radiation can be treated with the Linear Accelerator which delivers the most precise beam and accurate dose of radiation, killing the cancerous cells while minimizing the amount of radiation given to surrounding tissues. Pelvic and gynecological malignancies, gastric cancer, head/neck, brain, bone, breast and lung cancer benefit from this treatment.
  • Robotic/Laparoscopic Surgery: The hospital will offer groundbreaking Robotic surgery, a highly-innovative and minimally-invasive alternative to laparoscopic surgery. Physicians will use the da Vinci Surgical System, the latest technology in performing urologic cancer and reconstruction surgeries (such as radical prostatectomy, cystectomy, partial nephrectomy, and pyeloplasty) as well as gynecological procedures (radical hysterectomy, fibroid removal, vaginal prolapse repair and gynecological oncology). For the surgeon, a primary benefit of the robot is the remarkably clear view of the surgical site. In addition, the da Vinci System requires an extremely small incision to perform the most intricate of surgeries. Procedures performed with the robot also have the benefit of short hospital stays, decreased pain, lower infection rates, and reduced blood loss.
  • Organ Transplant: This will include Liver, Kidney, Pancreas, Intestine, Multi-visceral, Bone marrow and Pediatric heart & multi organs transplants.