This website uses cookies to improve and individualise the visitor’s experience. By visiting our website, visitors agree to the use of cookies in accordance with this document. This notification is an extension of the banner regarding cookies that appears when users visit the homepage of this website for the first time. There are two types of cookies:

Technical cookies
Necessary for the proper functioning of a website and the user’s experience. Without them, users may not be able to see pages properly or use certain functions.

Profile creation cookies
are used to create profiles of users for the sending of promotional messages in line with the preferences that the user demonstrates during their visit.

Both ‘technical’ and ‘profile creation’ cookies can also be categorised as:

  • ‘Session’ cookies, which are deleted immediately after the browser is closed;
  • ‘permanent’ cookies, which remain in the browser for a specific period of time. These cookies are used, for example, to recognise a device when it connects to a website, making it easier to identify the user;
  • ‘first-party’ cookies, which are created and controlled by the owner of the website the user is browsing;
  • ‘third-party’ cookies, which are created and controlled by parties other than the owner of the website the user is browsing.

This website uses ‘technical’ cookies, specifically the following types of cookies:

  1. first-party cookies, session cookies or permanent cookies that are necessary for browsing the website, for purposes of internal security and systems management;
  2. third-party cookies, permanent cookies that are used by the website to send statistical information to Google Analytics, through which the company can carry out statistical analysis of visits to the website. The cookies used are purely for statistical purposes and collect information in an amalgamated form. By use of two cookies, permanent cookies and session cookies (which expire when the browser is closed), Google Analytics stores a record of the times visitors enter and leave the website. You can block Google from collecting data through cookies and the subsequent processing of data by downloading and installing the browser plug-in from the following address:

You can choose which cookies you accept. As regards third-party cookies, users provide their permission or refusal directly to the owner of the cookies in question, to which the company simply makes mention: Most third-party cookies on the website can be deactivated by users in their browser or by visiting the websites of the entities operating them using the links in the following table.  In any case, we stress that the deactivation of cookies can affect your ability to use the website and/or to make full use of all the available functions and services.

The following table describes the cookies found on the website in detail. A link to the privacy policy of the party that produced and manages these cookies appears together with every ‘third-party cookie’.
First-party session cookies and permanent cookies
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Privacy policy: This page /
Type: Third-party cookies – permanent cookies
Purpose: Cookie for the Google Analytics service
Privacy policy:

Instructions regarding the cookies function in various browsers:


  1. Select the menu in the upper right corner of the browser’s tool bar
  2. Select Settings
  3. Select Show Advanced Settings
  4. Select Content Settings from the Privacy section
  5. In the Cookies section, change the following settings according to the action required to manage cookies: Allow websites to store and read data for cookies
  6. Clear cookies and site data when you close all windows
  7. Prevent websites from setting data
  8. Block third-party cookies and website data
  9. Manage exceptions for certain Internet sites
  10. All cookies and website data

For more information, visit the relevant page on Google

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Select the menu in the upper right corner of the browser’s tool bar
  2. Select Options
  3. Select the Privacy section
  4. In the Tracking section, select the appropriate box if you wish to communicate with the websites that you don’t want to follow you.
  5. In the History section, select Use Custom Settings from the drop-down menu to change the following settings, depending on the action you wish to take regarding cookies:
    Allow cookies from websites (select the corresponding box).
  6. Allow third-party cookies (select one of the following choices from the drop-down menu: always, from websites with the most visits, or never).
  7. Store them for a specific length of time (select one of the following choices from the drop-down menu: until they expire, when Firefox closes, or each time).
  8. Again, in the History section, select Show Cookies if you want to delete the cookies on your computer.

For more information, visit the relevant Mozilla page:



  1. Open Safari
  2. Click on Safari
  3. Select Preferences, and then click on Privacy
  4. In the Block Cookies section, select the way Safari should handle cookies.
  5. Click on Details to see which websites have stored their cookies

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To be able to access the service, you must declare that you have read the notice on the protection of personal data by clicking on the link found at the bottom of this page.

HIPPOCRATES GARDEN IKE informs you that the processing of your personal data, which is carried out on the website (Website) or collected through this contact form (Form), is done in accordance with current legislation on the protection of personal data (Regulation (EU) 2016/679 – hereinafter ‘GDPR) and the Website’s Privacy Policy.

  1. Data Processing Officer and Data Protection Officer
    The Data Processing Officer is the ‘HIPPOCRATES GARDEN IKE’, based in Athens, post code 10552 (Processing Officer). You can contact the Data Protection Officer, Georgia Zafeiratou, (DPO) at the following address:
  2. The data we process
    With your permission, we process the following usual personal data, which you provide when interacting with the Website and using the services and functions it provides. These data include specifically your name and surname, your contact details, the contents of your specific requests or reports, as well as the additional data that the Data Processing Officer may acquire, including those from third parties, as part of their business activities (Data). For us to be able to carry out the request that you submit via the contact form and/or to provide information related to unwanted actions, you must give your consent to the processing of data marked with an asterisk (*). Without these necessary data and your consent, we cannot proceed. In all cases, even without your prior consent, the Data Processing Officer can process your data to comply with legal obligations stemming from the laws, regulations, and legislation of the EU, to exercise its rights in legal proceedings, to exercise its legal rights, to protect its legitimate interests, and all cases that are provided for, as appropriate, by Articles 6 and 9 of the General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679 EU). The processing is carried out both by computer and in printed form and always with the application of the security measures provided for in current legislation.
  3. Why and how do we process your data?
    The Data are processed for the following reasons:
    (i) for us to handle the request you submitted for the provision of information via the on-line contact form. The legal basis for processing your personal data for this purpose is your consent (Article 6.1(1) and Article 9.2(1) of the General Data Protection Regulation). Furthermore, but only with your optional consent, which comprises the legal basis for processing in accordance with Article 6.1(1) of the GDPR.
    (ii) for you to receive advertising material (direct marketing (from our entity).
    You agree to the processing of your data for these purposes by checking the corresponding box.

In all cases, your data may be submitted to processing, even without your consent, to comply with legal obligations stemming from the laws, regulations, and legislation of the EU (Article 6.1(3) of the General Data Protection Regulation on the collection of statistical data related to the use of the Website and its proper operation (Article 6.1(6) of the Regulation).

Your personal data are entered into the entity’s computerised system in complete compliance with the legislation on the protection of personal data, including the security and confidentiality profiles and on the basis of principles of proper practice, legality, and transparency as regards the processing.
The Data are stored for as long as is absolutely necessary for the purpose for which they were collected. In all cases, the criterion used to determine this period of time is based on keeping to the deadlines set by law, the principles of minimizing data, limiting its storage, and the proper management of files.

All your data undergo processing by printed or automated means, in all cases ensuring the appropriate level of security and confidentiality.

  1. Those who have access to your data
    The Data undergo processing by electronic or manual means in accordance with the processes and practices related to the aforementioned purposes and are accessible to the Data Processing Officer authorised to process personal data and the supervisors and specifically the employees belonging to the following categories: technical staff, data and network security staff, installation security staff, as well as other members of staff who must process data for the execution of their duties.

The Data may also be shared with countries outside the European Union (Third Countries): i) institutions, authorities, public bodies for institutional purposes; ii) to professionals, independent consultants–whether working individually or cooperatively–and other third parties and providers who provide the Data Processing Officer with commercial, professional, or technical services necessary for the functioning of the Website (e.g. the provision of computer services and cloud  computing) for the purposes mentioned above and for the support of the entity and the provision of the services you requested. The aforementioned recipients receive only the essential data for their corresponding functions and duly undertake their processing only for the purposes mentioned above and in accordance with the laws on the protection of data. The Data may also be shared with other legitimate recipients appointed from time to time by the laws in force. Except for the above, the Data will not be shared with third party natural or legal persons who are not carrying out duties of a commercial, professional, or technical nature for the Data Processing Officer, nor will they be disseminated. Those who will receive the Data will process them, depending on the case, as Data Processing Officers performing the processing or individuals authorised to process personal data for the purposes mentioned above and in accordance with the current legislation on the protection of data. As regards the transmission of data outside the EU, even to countries where the laws do not guarantee the same level of protection of confidentiality as that provided by EU legislation, the Data Processing Officer would like to inform you that the transmission always takes place in accordance with the methods permitted by the GDPR, such as, for example, the consent of the users, based on formalised contractual terms that have been approved by the European Commission, selecting parties who participate in international programmes for the free circulation of date (e.g. EU-USA Privacy Shield) or which take place in countries deemed secure by the European Commission.

  1. Your rights
    You can contact the Data Processing Officer at the addresses above, at any time, to exercise your rights in accordance with Articles 15-22 of the GDPR such as, for example: receiving an updated list of people who have access to your data; receiving confirmation of the existence or not of data that relate to you; checking the content origin, correctness, and their location (also in relation to any third country); asking for a copy; asking for their correction in cases provided for in the GDPR; asking for the limitation of their processing and their deletion; oppose actions of direct contact (including limiting them to certain methods of contact). Similarly, you can always note your comments related to specific uses of the Data in relation to specific personal situations that are judged mistaken or unjustified by the current relationship with the DPO or submit complaints to the Data Protection Authority. You can withdraw your consent at any time, without this, however, affecting the legality of the processing that took place before you withdrew your consent.