Before the visit, please download, print and complete the epidemiological questionnaire. At the entrance to the hospital, please hand it over to our staff during the triage process.

Medicover Hospital’s mission is to provide patients with professional medical assistance.

It is our greatest priority to take care of the well-being and safety of our patients. In light of the current epidemic situation caused by #COVID2019, we are following the recommendations of the Ministry of Health and the Chief Sanitary Inspector. Therefore, we have implemented a number of necessary changes. Below you will find some information related to the functioning of our hospital and safety rules.

By acting together, we can stop the pandemic. We ask you to follow the recommendations of the Chief Sanitary Inspector – #stayhome wherever possible.

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Current hospital functioning

Acting in compliance with the recommendations of the Ministry of Health and the Chief Sanitary Inspector, we have decided to limit our medical activities with regard to consultations and procedures until further notice.
From 18 March 2020 until further notice we do not carry out any planned procedures at the hospital wards of gynaecology, surgery, laryngology, cardiac surgery, paediatrics, gynaecology, urology, and orthopaedics.
Currently, only the procedures resulting from urgent medical indications in gynaecolo­gy, surgery, cardiac surgery, cardiology, adult orthopaedics, oncological urology are carried out.
Limitations of activity DOES NOT APPLY to obstetrics, neonatology and anaesthesio­logy wards.
At the hospital consultation centre, we offer stationary visits in the following fields:gynaecology, surgery, laryngology, orthopaedics, qualifications for delivery (obstetrician, anaesthetist and neonatologist).
and the following examinations are available: pregnancy ultrasound, USG, CT imaging, MRI, endoscopic examinations.
For further information, please call us at  +48 500 900 900.



Telephone medical advice

We have launched telemedical consultations in the following specialities: gynaecology, urology, haematology (children and adults), andrology (men’s medicine), bariatrics, cardiology, neonatology (as an option of a qualification visit as part of delivery packages), anaesthesiology (as an option of a qualification visit within delivery packages), laryngology (adults), paediatrics, surgery (adults).
We will call every patient who has a procedure planned for a date after 18 March 2020 and provide more detailed information about the changes.
For further information, please call us at  +48 500 900 900.

Please note that consultations are only available for patients with a Polish (+48) telephone number.





Pregnancy and childbirth

Children are born every day in safe and caring conditions in our hospital. We take great care of the health of the mothers and their children. This is our highest priority. We are fully prepared to provide patients with professional care during this exceptional time, following all the safety measures.

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Safety standards are our highest priority, and therefore we act in accordance with the recommendations of the Ministry of Health, the Chief Sanitary Inspector and national consultants. Everyone who enters the hospital, both patients and personnel, undergoes a double triage, i.e. a preliminary epidemiological health assessment. The changes we have been implementing, such as restrictions on visits and contact with hospitalised patients, aim to significantly reduce the risk of spreading the virus and ensure the continuity of the hospital’s services.