Filip II Hospital, Skopje

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Filip II or Philip II (full name: Special Hospital for Surgical Diseases "Filip II"/"Philip II", also known as Zan Mitrev Clinic) (Macedonian: Специјална болница по хируршки болести "Филип II"; Specijalna bolnica po hirurški bolesti "Filip II") is a special hospital for cardiovascular surgery in Skopje, North Macedonia. It is located inside the building of the military hospital in the Karpoš municipality of Skopje and is the only hospital of its kind in the country. It was opened in March 2000. It bears the name of ancient Macedonian king Philip II of Macedon.[1][2]

Filip II Hospital (Zan Mitrev Clinic)
Geography
LocationSkopje, Karpoš municipality, North Macedonia
Coordinates42°00′16″N 21°24′12″E / 42.004324°N 21.403222°E / 42.004324; 21.403222Coordinates: 42°00′16″N 21°24′12″E / 42.004324°N 21.403222°E / 42.004324; 21.403222
Organisation
TypeSpecialist
Services
SpecialityCardiovascular surgery
History
OpenedMarch 2000
Links
Websitezmc.mk
ListsHospitals in North Macedonia

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "My dream". Special Hospital for Surgical Diseases. 2003-12-10. Archived from the original on 2009-02-07. Retrieved 2009-01-09.
  2. ^ "History of Zan Mitrev Clinic". Zan Mitrev Clinic. Retrieved May 29, 2020.