Since 2004, Poland has been a member of the European Union, which is known for its high quality of care and services in the sector of Healthcare.
We put extra focus on the highest quality and safety of our featured clinics. They offer state-of-the-art medical facilities, modern equipment, and a patient-centered approach. Our Partner hospitals are staffed by experienced and skilled healthcare professionals, including specialists in various medical fields.
Private hospitals in Poland adhere to strict regulations and safety standards, ensuring the safety and well-being of patients. Many of them are accredited by recognized healthcare organizations (such as ISO), which adds to their credibility.
Our staff members, consultants, as well as Patient coordinators, continuously take part in conferences, courses and congresses in order to carry out the whole treatment process with the highest standards.
Implants used by our teams (orthopaedical, prosthesis, artificial intraocular lenses etc.) are manufactured by acclaimed companies, that provide their products to the best hospitals in the EU and the USA. This includes Zimmer Biomet, Stryker, Alcon, AcrySof and others). After the procedure, you will receive the serial numbers of the implant used.
We take full care of all arrangements and services leading up to and after your medical procedure. With orthopaedic-related surgery, we provide up to twelve days of additional care and support which will assist you to get back to full health. In other treatments such as ophthalmology, oncology and bariatrics you will be provided with a pre-operation consultation, procedure qualification, all procedure-related tests, post-consultation and care, as well as appropriate transport (medical if needed) – from the airport to the clinic door.
Hospitals in Poland have valid mandatory professional liability insurance, commonly known as medical malpractice insurance. This insurance is designed to protect healthcare professionals and institutions from legal claims and financial liabilities arising from medical errors or negligence. It ensures that patients have a means to seek compensation in the event of substandard care.
In Poland, you can use the EHIC card. It is a card that provides access to essential healthcare services for European Union (EU) citizens when they are temporarily visiting or staying in another EU member state, as well as in the European Economic Area (EEA) countries and Switzerland. The EHIC card is issued by the national healthcare authorities of EU member states.
The EHIC card allows cardholders to receive medical treatment under the same conditions and at the same cost as the citizens of the country they are visiting in case of emergency. It cannot cover your pre-planned private medical procedure but will give you peace of mind when travelling.