Nemocnice Na Homolce - Czech Hospital

Address

Roentgenova 2
Prague 5
15030

www.click to view
+420click to view


2 Reviews
Submit review

Na Homolce Hospital was opened in 1990 as a hospital for specialized acute care medicine focused on three clinical programs:

Neuroprogram (Neurology/Neurosurgery)

A program with nation-wide working area focused on diagnostics, treatment and associated physiotherapy of the diseases and injuries of the central and peripheral nervous system and locomotive system for the patients from all parts of the Czech Republic.

Cardiovascular Program

A nation-wide program focused on diagnostics, treatment and special physiotherapy of vascular and heart diseases in the patients from all parts of the Czech Republic.

General Medical Care Program

A regional program focused on comprehensive offer of general health care provided by a large outpatient complex with 60 specialized clinics. The outpatient complex is linked to hospital wards specialized in surgery, orthopedics, urology, gynecology and internal medicine. The programe serves primarily the metropolitan area of Prague.

We offer:

Professional teams of physicians and surgeons, nurses, technicians, laboratory staff and other health care professionals

Wide scope of modern diagnostic and therapeutic methods

300 beds, 10 operating theaters, standard hospital care, post-operation and intensive care, care in the areas of anesthesia and resuscitation

Pleasant premises with comfortable accommodation in rooms with one to three beds

Reviews

Want to submit a review? Click here


Write review in English Czech


  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10  
awful excellent


submit your review

Sort

Great!

posted by daniegge View all reviews by daniegge

Recently had an emergency and went directly to Na Homolce. Even though the nurses do not speak english, or just a little, the attending doctors and plantonists are great. The staff is very concerned and careful and everything worked very well, even the billing (I had no health insurance) was fast.

good hospital

posted by popi5 View all reviews by popi5

With doctors there I had only good experiences. I used to have my GP there and 2 years ago I had a small surgery there. The only problem with this hospital is that this women in the reception don't speak any English- so it can be a bit nightmare to reach your doctor as at first you need to contact always this reception. And... nurses I met there also didn't speak much English. (Cleaning lady was able to explain me the way to the right department, what the nurse didn't manage to explain).

Listing on map

Enquiry/contact form




Verification code


Send