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Branch of Brest City Ambulatory Pediatric Clinic No 2
Of the Health care institution “Brest Central Polyclinic”

 
 
Types of medical practices:

•  pediatrics
•  pediatric surgery (ambulatory)
•  traumatology
•  orthopedics
•  neurology
•  ophthalmology
•  cardiology
•  otolaryngology
•  urology
•  endocrinology
•  psychotherapy
•  acupuncture
•  physiotherapy
•  rehabilitation
•  physiotherapy
•  massage
•  immunological prophylaxis
•  functional diagnostics
•  ultrasound diagnostics
•  X-ray diagnostics
•  clinical laboratory diagnostics
•  haematological laboratory diagnostics
•  immunological laboratory diagnostics
•  parasitological laboratory diagnostics
•  endoscopic diagnosis



Аddress of the clinic:

8A Sovetskoi Konstitucii street, Brest 224023,
Brest region, Republic of Belarus


Phone numbers of the registration office (please, dial for the inquiries):
+375162 421685, +375162 421726


http://zdorovie-rebionka.brest.by
e-mail: zdorovie@brest.by


Working hours:
Monday - Friday: 8.00 - 20.00.
Saturday: medical staff on duty from 8:30 to 15:00.
Sunday: day off.


Medical assistance to foreign nationals
(children, 0 to 18 years of age)


The procedure for the rendering of paid medical services to foreign nationals is defined by the Law of the Republic of Belarus “On Health Care”, issued on June 18, 1993 under # 2435 - XII, by the acts of the President of the Republic of Belarus and other legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus, as well as by international treaties of the Republic of Belarus.
The Article 5 of the Law of the Republic of Belarus “On Health Care”, issued on June 18, 1993 under # 2435 - XII, defines the right of foreign citizens and persons without any citizenship to have access to medical care:
“Foreign citizens and persons without any citizenship permanently residing in the Republic of Belarus have the right to affordable health care alongside with the citizens of the Republic of Belarus, unless otherwise determined by the laws of the Republic of Belarus and the international treaties of the Republic of Belarus.
Foreign citizens and persons without any citizenship temporarily staying or temporarily residing in the Republic of Belarus have the right to affordable health care at their own expense, corporate funds and other sources not prohibited by the legislation of the Republic of Belarus, unless otherwise stipulated by legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus and international treaties of the Republic of Belarus.”

The procedure of the delivery of medical care to citizens of the Russian Federation is determined by the Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Belarus and the Government of the Russian Federation about the delivery of medical care to the citizens of the Republic of Belarus in the health institutions of the Russian Federation and to Russian citizens in the health institutions in Belarus, signed on January 24, 2006 in St. Petersburg (hereinafter referred to as the Agreement with the Russian Federation).

In accordance with Article 3 of the Agreement with the Russian Federation, Russian citizens permanently residing in the Republic of Belarus on the basis of a residence permit, have equal rights alongside with the citizens of the Republic of Belarus to receive health care, including free treatment in public health institutions of the Republic of Belarus.
Russian citizens temporarily staying or residing in the Republic of Belarus have the right to free of charge emergency medical services and medical assistance in case they fall ill (during their stay) with a disease that pose danger to other people; the routine medical care is charged for (based on Article 5 of the Agreement with the Russian Federation).

For the citizens of the member-states of the Commonwealth of Independent States (except for the citizens of the Russian Federation), temporarily staying and temporarily or permanently residing on the territory of the Republic of Belarus, the procedure for providing of the medical care is defined by the laws of the Republic of Belarus, as well as by the Agreement on the delivery of medical assistance to the citizens of the member-states of the Commonwealth of Independent States, signed on  March 27, 1997 in Moscow (hereinafter referred to as the Agreement).
The current participants are: Republic of Belarus, Ukraine, Republic of Moldova, Republic of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Republic of Tajikistan, Republic of Uzbekistan, Republic of Armenia, Azerbaijan Republic, Republic of Turkmenistan.
In accordance with Articles 2 and 3 of the Agreement, the persons who are the citizens of the member-states of the Commonwealth of Independent States have the right on the following medical care delivery:

Emergency medical care is delivered to citizens without delay, free of charge and to the full extent on the territory of the state of their temporary residence in case of sudden severe conditions and diseases that threaten the patient’s life or provide danger to other people’s health, in case of accidents, poisonings, injuries, childbirth and emergency conditions during pregnancy.

From the moment when the threat to the patient’s life or the danger to the other people’s health is removed, and the patient can be transported, further medical care is based on a fee paid system.
Providing the routine medical care to the citizens on the territory of the state of their temporary stay is based on a fee paid system with reciprocal payments at bargain prices or according to the current price list.”

The citizens of the member-states of the Commonwealth of Independent States, permanently residing in the Republic of Belarus on the basis of a residence permit, receive the emergency medical care is delivered free of charge, and the delivery of routine medical care is based on a fee paid system (Article 5 of the Agreement).


The procedure of the medical care delivery
to foreign nationals, based on a fee paid system


It is necessary to submit an application to the head of the clinic for the provision of paid medical services.

The application and the contract for the provision of paid medical services are submitted in the room # 26 (2nd floor) from 9:00 to 13:00 and from 14:00 to 17:00 on weekdays (Monday - Friday).

The contract for the provisions of paid medical services shall be made in 2 copies, with one copy issued for the citizen. When signing the contract, the parents (legal representatives of the child) must present a valid passport.

The calculation of the costs and payment for the services are carried out in Belarusian rubles on the basis of the price listings for paid medical services, approved by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus.

Prior to the provision of paid medical services the citizen must present a copy of the signed contract and the receipt of payment for the services to the medical personnel.

List of paid medical services provided to foreign nationals:

•  Ambulatory reception by a medical expert
•  Consultation of a medical expert
•  Clinical laboratory testing
•  Radiology (X-ray examinations)
•  Radiology (ultrasound) (Paid services on ultrasonic diagnostics are not available in connection with the temporary absence of the specialist) 
•  Functional diagnostics
•  Immunization
•  Diagnosis of tuberculosis by a tuberculin skin test
•   Surgical procedures
•  Otorhinolaryngology procedures
•  Physiotherapy
•  Massage

For the current price-list for medical services please contact:
room # 28 on the weekdays (Monday - Friday) from 8:30 to 13:00 and from 14:00 to 17:00,
tel. (+375 162) 42 74 14.


          
             


Useful
information:

For emergency medical assistance  during weekends and holidays,   as well as at night call 103.

Emergency care for children on the occasion of injuries is rendered around the clock in the receiving room of Brest Regional Children's Hospital at the address: 12 Khalturina Str. tel. +375 0162 20 96 81.


In difficult life circumstances it’s possible to receive a qualified emergency psychological aid twenty-four seven and on an anonymous basis on the tel. +375 0162 40 62 26.


DOCTOR-STOMATOLOGIST:
Pediadontist renders services in Child Dental Care at the address: 64 K. Marx Str., tel. +375 0162 20 02 41.
Children in severe pain receive aid by duty pediadontist on Monday – Friday: from 8 a.m. till 8 p.m.; Saturday: from 8 a.m. till 6 p.m.; Sunday and holidays:
from 9 a.m. till 3 p.m. in Child Dental Care (64 K. Marx Str.).
On Saturdays after 6 p.m. on Sundays and during public holidays after 3 p.m., as well as at night emergency dental services are rendered in the department of maxillofacial surgery of Brest Regional Hospital (7 Meditsinskaya St.).

GYNECOLOGIST:
Pediatric gynecologist renders services in maternity welfare center Health Care Facility “Brest Central Clinic” (8/2 Sovetskoy Konstitutsii Str.) (tel. +375 0162 42 10 22).