EVANGELOS K. NEONAKIS MD, PhD
ENDOCRINE and BREAST SURGEON
A PhD from the Medical School of Athens University
Vice Admiral Surgeon-Honorary Head of Hellenic Navy Medical Staff Dpt.
''Lefkos Stavros'' Private Clinic Hospital,Athens
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Dr E. Neonakis graduated from the Military Medical School in Thessaloniki/BCRA, and the Medical School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki / MD (1976). He has gone through all rankings of Navy Medical Division Command, in various executive and managerial administrative and clinical positions. (Head of Hellenic Navy Medical Staff Dpt., Director and Deputy Director of the Athens Naval and Veterans Hospital, Director of Medical Service’s Dtp, Chief of Staff of the Surgical Dpt., Chief of the Surgical Clinic of Athens Naval Hospital, Crete Naval Hospital, and Salamis Naval Hospital. He has served as a member of the Supreme Medical Board, Staff Officer at the Hellenic Navy Medical Dpt, Director of the School of Nursing at the Hellenic Navy, and Director of the Medical Division of destroyer “KOUNTOURIOTIS” and frigate “LIMNOS” during the Persian Gulf crisis). He completed his surgical residency specialization at the endocrine glands at the Naval Hospital of Athens and the University Surgical Clinic of Aretaieion Hospital (1980-1984). In 1988 he received his PhD as a Doctor of the Medical School of Athens University with a Distinction degree.
During the “Persian Gulf” crisis in 1990, he was Operational Head of Sanitary Supervision of the frigate "LIMNOS", which was the first Greek warship, to have operated at the Red Sea. For his contribution to these businesses, he nominated and received three honorary medals (from Governments of Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the Greek Government), and an honorary degree from the Greek Union of Journalists.
In March 1991 he went for further education in Great Britain, where under the guidance of established and prominent people in the International Medical field, he focused his spe- cialization in surgery of endocrine glands (Professor M. H. Wheeler - Professor E. D. Williams) and breast (Professor L. E. Hughes - Consultant Kieran Horgan).
In parallel with the clinical task in the management of patients with endocrine disorders, Dr E. Neonakis conducted a considerable amount of clinical and experimental research, regarding thyroid and parathyroid glands diseases.
He has written many original articles, which have been published in the International Medical and Greek peer reviewed journals and some of them have received awards.
He has also served as a Full Professor at the School of Nursing Officers and in various schools of the Hellenic Navy.
He has participated as rapporteur in many round table and as an invited speaker at a number of advanced courses and medical conferences.
For many years, he is actively involved in the theoretical and practical junior doctors training in Surgery and students of the School of Nursing of the University of Athens.
a) International Society of Surgery - ISS
b) International Association of Endocrine Surgeons - IAES.
c) British Association of Endocrine and Thyroid Surgeons -
d) General Medical Council UK.
Thyroid surgery (total thyroidectomy for benign and malignant diseases - Cervical lymph node cleaning for malignant diseases - Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy (FNA) - Intraoperative Neuromonitoring of the external branch of the superior laryngeal nerve during thyroidectomy).
Parathyroid surgery (Open parathyroidectomy or video - assisted for sporadic or familial hyperparathyroidism - Transplant parathyroid glands).
Adrenal surgery (Laparoscopic or Open adrenalectomy for benign solitary adenomas - cancer of the adrenal gland faiochromokyttomata - Cushing syndrome).
Thyreoglosal cyst excission.
Surgery for benign and malignant breast disease (breast segmentectomy-mastectomy with or without ipsilateral axillary lymph node dissection for breast cancer-removal of benign lumps).