National Health Fund

Under the current contract, we provide the following medical services:

Imaging diagnostics

  • MRI
  • CT

Invasive cardiology with access to 24-hour cardiology services

  • Arrhythmia treatment:
  • Ablations
  • Implantations of stimulators and cardioverters/defibrillators
  • Treatment of structural heart diseases
  • Diagnostics of the coronary arteries (coronarography)
  • Revascularization of the coronary arteries (coronaroplasty)
  • Treatment of the acute coronary syndrome

Cardiac surgery with access to 24-hour cardiac surgery services

  • Treatment of coronary heart disease (CABG) and myocardial infarction complications
  • Treatment of acquired heart diseases (until December 2017)
  • Aortic valve repair or replacement
  • Mitral valve repair or replacement
  • Tricuspid valve repair or replacement
  • Surgical procedures for aneurysms of the ascending aorta and the aortic arch
  • Treatment of cardiac tumors
  • Surgical treatment of thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension and acute pulmonary thromboembolic disease
  • Treatment of pericardial diseases
  • Surgical treatment of congenital heart defects in adults
  • Treatment of the acute coronary syndrome

General surgery

  • Gastric and duodenal surgery
  • Small and large bowel surgery
  • Abdominal hernia repair surgery
  • Surgical removal of the vermiform appendix
  • Anal surgery (hemorrhoids, piles)
  • Surgical removal of the gall bladder
  • Breast nodule and breast cancer surgery
  • Thyroid surgery
  • Amputations

Vascular surgery

  • Vascular surgery: aneurysms, by-passes
  • Repair surgery of the lower and upper extremities
  • Surgical treatment of lower extremity varicose veins
  • Treatment of venous thrombosis
  • Arteriography of arteries and veins

Oncological surgery

  • Full scope of oncological surgery within the alimentary tract: the stomach, the large bowel, and the rectum
  • Breast cancer
  • Thyroid cancer
  • Other malignancies requiring surgical treatment

Orthopedics

  • The hip joint replacement surgery
  • The knee joint replacement surgery
  • Knee arthroscopy – removal, suturing (possible reconstruction of the meniscus), chon.droplasty, reconstruction of the cruciate ligaments, synovectomy, lateral release of the patella, reconstruction of the patellar retinacula,
  • Shoulder arthroscopy – subacromial decompression, reconstruction of the rotator cuff, reconstruction of the articular labrum,
  • Elbow arthroscopy – synovectomy, release of contractures, and removal of loose bodies,
  • Ankle arthroscopy (release of contractures, adhesions, and removal of loose bodies),
  • Hip arthroscopy,
  • Reconstruction of the ligaments of the ankle joint,
  • Treatment of tendon injuries (e.g., reconstruction of the Achilles tendon, the patellar ligament, and the quadriceps tendon).

Gynecology

  • Hysteroscopy – excision of the uterine polyps, and fibroids
  • Surgical procedures in cases of urinary incontinence
  • Diagnostic and therapeutic procedures for the cervix, the uterine body, the vagina, and the vulva: diagnostic curettage of the cervical canal and the uterus (diagnostic abrasion), sections from the cervix, and the vulva, excision of the cervical polyps
  • Laparoscopy - surgical procedures for the ovaries and the fallopian tubes (cysts, adhesions, PCO, evaluation of the fallopian tube patency)
  • Surgical procedures for fibroids

Gynecologic oncology

  • Surgical treatment of uterine body cancer (removal of the uterus with or without appendages)
  • Surgical treatment of ovarian and fallopian tube cancer
  • Surgical treatment of cervical cancer
  • Surgical treatment of vulvar and vaginal cancer (vulvectomy, excision of the inguinal lymph nodes)
  • Surgical procedure for neoplastic metastases to reproductive organs