The statue is missing the head and left hand. Hygeia stands in contrapposto pose, her body weight on her right leg, while her left leg knee is mildly bent and the leg is slightly moved backward. Body of the goddess is dressed into long, pleated chiton while also long himation richly pleated at her breasts, is draped over her and falling down up to her knees. Arms are bent at the elbows, with her right hand the goddess holds her gown, while probably in her left hand was a patera. The iconographic type of the goddess Hygeia representation does not vary from the widespread iconographic pattern of representing deities and according to stylistic features it can be dated to the first half of the 3rd century.