Health Care in Poland for Travellers

If you work in Poland, you can easily bocome part of their Public Health Care system, by making deductions from your salary. Of course, you must have your work permit in order to become eligible. However, Eastern European medicine is not exactly up to Western standards, but can deal with the basic emergencies.

Here is a list of Hospitals, Doctors and Pharmacies of note:

Warsaw

Health Info Line (Information about health services)
Phone: (022) 26 27 61 or (022) 26 83 00

24-hour Service and Ambulance
ul. Hoza 56
Warsaw
Poland
Phone: (02) 628-2424

Emergency Room at Hospital Szpital Srodmiejski
ul. Solec 93
Warsaw
Poland
Phone: (02) 625-2231 or (02) 625-3327

Marriott Hotel Medical Center
al. Jerozolimskie 65/79
Warsaw
Poland
Phone: (02) 630-5115 or (02) 621-0646

J.J. Capricorn Ltd.
Podwale II
Warsaw
Poland
Phone: (022) 31 86 69
Phone/fax: (022) 31 06 07
(24-hour medical assistance)

Centrum Medychn
Domiana I cenmed sp.zoo
Walbrzyska 46
Warsaw
Poland
Phone: (022) 43 51 53, (02) 644-3313, or (02) 644-3314

Krakow

Private doctors are available at two locations:

Profimed
Rynek 6
Krakow
Poland
Phone: (012) 21 79 97

And:

Profimed
ul. Grodzka 26
Krakow
Poland
Phone: (012) 22 64 53

Pharmacies

Warsaw

Apteka
ul. Grojecka 76
Warsaw
Poland
Phone: (022) 22 28 91

Swiss Pharmacy
al. Roz 2
Warsaw
Poland
Phone: (02) 628-9471

Krakow

Pharmacy
Rynek 13
Krakow
Poland
Phone: (012) 22 41 90

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