During its early years from 1995 till 2002 Euromedic was One Day Clinics where procedures in the field of vascular surgery and ophthalmology were performed. During its development Euromedic has opened new Department of Special NZOZ EuroMedic and now offers vascular surgery, ophthalmology orthopedics, gynecology, dermatology procedures. Following stage of development was to create EuroMedic Medical Center in Katowice, ul. Kosciuszko 92, which greatly expanded the range of services provided by outstanding professionals using the latest technology. It is thanks to the passion and determination from a small doctor’s office into a modern hospital located in the center of Katowice numbering 3.5 thousand m2 was founded.
EuroMedic is also a recognized center in the world and a pioneer in the treatment of chronic venous insufficiency in patients with MS. So far in our clinic for more than 1,700 patients underwent venous patency (Liberation Procedure).
Apart from medical services center has a modern research and training facility. The hospital operates a 24 hour Department of Diagnostic Imaging (CT, MRI, X-ray). Patients may benefit from the laboratory and pharmacy.
The mission of Poznań University Hospital of Lord’s Transfiguration (Szpital Kliniczny Przemienienia Pańskiego w Poznaniu) is to provide multi-specialist diagnostic and therapeutic health services with a special focus on cardiovascular and oncologic diseases, carried out in both terms of teaching and research practice. The Hospital protects the health of all the residents of northwestern Poland and wants patients to benefit from high quality medical services in a friendly atmosphere of the hospital.
Nowadays the University Hospital in Krakow is a complex of many edifices which together occupy the space of almost 19 hectares. It is situated in the strict centre of the city, at the junction of Kopernika, Botaniczna, Śniadeckich and Grzegórzecka Streets, as well as at 5 Skawińska Street.
The University Hospital in Krakow offers highly specialized medical care for out-patients and in-patients. Hospital has 32 departments with almost 1,600 hospital beds, 8 diagnostic institutes and 71 out-patient clinics. Each year helping around 75 000 inpatients and around 380 000 outpatients.
The Independent Public Clinical Hospital no. 6 of the Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, John Paul II Upper Silesian Child Health Centre is a hospital entirely dedicated to children and their health problems. The hospital has been operating since 1994, when the first Magnetic Resonance Laboratory in the south of Poland was opened. On 29 May 1999 an official opening ceremony of the Upper Silesian Child Health Centre took place, after over 30 years of the development of a concept for the establishment of a specialist hospital for children from our region. At that time only the so-called “low part” of the hospital was in operation. The “upper part” of the building was made available in 2000, when a ten-storey main building, in which the hospital departments and clinics are located nowadays, was opened.
Currently the Centre provides medical care for the developmental age population, offering outpatient medical advice in 30 specialist outpatient centres and conducting in-patient diagnostics and therapy in 16 hospital departments. In emergency situations a professional assistance is provided by one of two Pediatric Hospital Emergency Departments in the region. Each year nearly 17 thousand in-patients are admitted to the Upper Silesian Child Health Centre. The hospital provides 80 thousand specialist outpatient medical advice and 17 thousand medical services in the Hospital Emergency Department.