Hospitalisation

With the launch of the Medicover Hospital in 2009, Medicover has been offering its patients a comprehensive model of medical care based on diagnostics, consultations and hospitalisation.

Hospitalisation at the Medicover Hospital is a hospital stay lasting at least one night. Hospitalisation always requires a referral from the doctor. The doctor refers the patient to the hospital when his or her condition requires specialised tests, surgery or observation, which cannot be done in an outpatient setting.

During their stay at Medicover Hospital, patients are provided with comprehensive care that guarantees additional diagnostic tests, treatment, as well as nursing care, and if necessary, rehabilitation.

On the appointed day, the patient reports to the hospital, where after completing paperwork he or she is directed to the appropriate Clinic. Our patients have the option of staying in double or single rooms with access to the Unit’s kitchen, and there is a restaurant for visiting guests located in the main hall.

Obstetrics and pregnancy pathology

Neonatology

Paediatrics

Diagnostic packages for children

Hematology

Internal clinic

Rapid Oncology therapy

Invasive cardiology

Intensive care unit

The duration of stay at our hospital depends on the type of procedure or surgery for which the patient was referred. The patient is informed of the discharge date by the attending physician. At the end of the hospital stay, the patient receives a discharge card, recommendations, prescriptions and instructions for further treatment.