Despite being fully vaccinated, Christos Constantaras, professor of medicine and surgeon at the Agios Lukas clinic in Thessaloniki, contracted the coronavirus and died.
A renowned physician with many years of experience and great contribution to the national health system was diagnosed with cancer. In early February, the doctor completed the vaccination. The deceased was left with a wife and two children who followed in his footsteps in medicine.
The clinic where he worked says goodbye to a colleague and expresses deep condolences to his family and loved ones.
“The administration and staff of the” AGIOS LOUKAS “clinic are in deep pain in mourning at the passing of their colleague, surgeon Christos Constantaras.
Christos Constantaras, an excellent surgeon, was a professional in his field, in parallel with practice, he was engaged in building a university career.
Always smiling, ready to serve and offer help, he “wrote the history of the clinic” for decades, leaving only good memories for those who knew him and worked side by side with him.
An exemplary family man, he left behind him a wonderful wife and two children, a son and a daughter, gifted surgeons, worthily continuing family traditions.
Our clinic has lost its most loyal and selfless colleague, who will forever remain in our memory and in our hearts. We express our condolences to his wife and children. The memory of Christ Constantaras, an impeccable, respected person, will forever remain in the history of our clinic. “