Dr. Kate Constantinou
PhD University of Heidelberg Germany
Internal Medicine | Diabetology | Medical Nutrition
Dr. Kate Constantinou studied medicine in Heidelberg, Germany, where she graduated in 1996. She holds a PhD from the University of Heidelberg with a degree of Magna cum Laute. She then majored in Salem University Hospital in Heidelberg in Internal medicine with a specialization in Diabetology for two years and Qualification Diabetology in Germany. She has been trained elsewhere, under the auspices of the famous Diabetologist Prof. Nauck. She achieved a subspecialty in German Medical Nutrition in 2009. She has attended multinational conferences on her PhD, such as the Rockefeller Foundation in New York and the Annecy in France, as well as various diabetic conferences. She is a member of the German, Austrian, American, Greek and Cypriot Diabetes Society. She is also a member of the German Society of Internal Medicine and Medical Nutrition in Germany. Since 2004, she and her husband, Dr. Dr Ulrich Simanowski, have also been private physicians, gastroenterologist and hepatologist. At their practice in Stygos 19A in Limassol, they are at your disposal to serve you in the specialties of Pathology, Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Diabetology and Nutrition.
Since November 2019, Dr. Kate Constantinou has been contracted to the General Health System of GESY. With the specialties she holds,she can serve you for a wide range of ailments and problems that can occur in your health as your personal doctor.
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