Healthcare in Warsaw


Medicines, Hospitals in Warsaw


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Medical benefits

Polish healthcare system guarantees the following services to the insured persons:

  • maintaining and restoring human health and preventing diseases and injuries
  • early diagnosis
  • medical treatment
  • prevention and alleviation of disabilities
  • medical examinations and consultation
  • diagnostic examinations
  • preventive care
  • out-patient health care
  • medical emergency services
  • medical rehabilitation
  • nursing
  • supply of drugs and medical devices, supply of orthopaedic devices and aids
  • perinatal care during pregnancy
  • band the puerperium
  • palliative care and certification of temporary or permanent disability

Beneficiaries have the right to guaranteed health benefits, with the exception of benefits mentioned in a list of health benefits non-financed from public means (the so called 'negative basket').

Source: http://www.mz.gov.pl/

Update 17/04/2008


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