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Patient deposits in ambulatory health care and day patient facility

The health care services which are considered to be ambulatory health care services are those which can be received in ambulatory care at a particular time and particular place – in out-patient hospitals or polyclinics, health centers and reception department. 

For instance, if a patient, in order to get a consultation visits a polyclinic for a meeting with a medical specialist or his or her family doctor, the patient does not need to get medical treatment in hospital. It is possible to get medical treatment either in ambulatory care under the supervision of the patient’s family doctor or attending a medical doctor. 

  • For a visit to a family doctor in ambulatory care – 1,42 euro;
  • For a visit to a doctor – specialist and his or her consultation – 4,27 euro;
  • For getting treatment in a day patient facility – 7,11 euro;
  • For the surgeries carried out in ambulatory care and in a day patient facility (for each surgery carried out) – 4,27 euro.
Home visits made by family doctors:
  • to children under the age of 18 – free of charge;
  • to the disabled having disability group I – free of charge;
  • home visits to patients who need sustained artificial pulmonary ventilation – free of charge;
  • to patients who receive palliative care (recumbent patients with particular diagnoses) and medical care at home – free of charge;
  • to patients older than 80 years – 2,85 euro;
  • to persons with cases of influenza during influenza pestilence –  2,85 euro;
  • to other patients – services at a charge.
Patient deposits for diagnostic examinations in ambulatory care and in a day patient facility:
  • Electrocardiographic examinations – 1,42 euro;
  • Non-invasive functional examinations of the heart - 4,27 euro;
  • Functional examinations of trunk blood-vessels of head and extremities – 4,27 euro;
  • Neuroelectric physiological examinations – 4,27 euro;
  • Functional examinations of gastrointestinal tract –  4,27 euro;
  • Endoscopic examinations –  7,11 euro;
  • Sonoscope examinations – 4,27 euro;
  • Roentgenological examinations without radiopaques – 2,85 euro; 
  • Roentgenological examinations with radiopaques (you can cash in once per one visit) –  7,11 euro; 
  • Radionuclide diagnostics – 4,27 euro;
  • Computer tomographic examinations without intravenous radiopaques (you can cash in once in the course of one visit or one examination) – 14,23 euro;
  • Computer tomographic examinations with intravenous radiopaques (carrying out an examination without radiopaques, which is immediately followed by one with radiopaques, you cash in a patient payment only for the examination with radiopaques) – 21,34 euro;
  • Nuclear magnetic resonance examinations without radiopaques (you can cash in once in the course of one visit or one examination) – 28,46 euro;
  • Nuclear magnetic resonance examinations with intravenous radiopaques (carrying out an examination without radiopaques, which is immediately followed by one with radiopaques, you cash in a patient payment only for the examination with radiopaques) – 35,57 euro;
  • Coronography in a day patient facility (examination with radiopaques) – 9,96 euro.