Prague is currently experiencing significantly increased incidence of measles. All patients who are suspected of contracting this disease or have been in close contact with a sick person must undergo an examination at a facility specialised in infectious diseases.

If you think you might have measles, please do not come to our waiting room. You could infect a lot of people travelling by public transport or directly in the waiting room. Please call in advance and consult with one of our doctors. If the suspicion is confirmed, your doctor will direct you to a specialised facility or recommend an alternative approach. If you don't have a car, you will need to travel in a special ambulance.

This infection does not only affect unvaccinated children, but also older adults who no longer have adequate levels of antibodies after childhood vaccination. Vaccination began in this country in 1969. Older people have mostly had measles and have antibodies that give lifetime protection.

From 11th April 2019 we are reintroducing online appointments for all our patients

For clients of the Care+ package all appointmens are free of charge. For other patients there is a charge of 30 CZK for online appointments in regular hours and 300 CZK for appointments outside of these hours.

Our general practice (doctor's office), well located at the Dejvická metro, provides high quality primary healthcare together with physiotherapy and psychotherapy. Newly refurbished premises offer a pleasant environment in which a well-qualified small team of doctors and nurses work to serve you.

We take bookings on both weekday mornings and evenings as part of our standard service, and provide an online appointment system as an additional service to subscribers to our package of additional services. Should you need to wait to see a doctor on a first-come, first-serve basis (for acute patients), free wifi and a kids corner are available to make your stay more pleasant and productive. (Please note however that we cannot provide care for children under the age of 16.)

We have contracts with all the public health insurance companies in the Czech Republic and also provide care on a purely private basis.

The surgery is a teaching practice for the First Medical Faculty of Charles University in Prague and you may therefore meet students during your consultations here. You are however under no obligation to enable their presence, should you not wish to. It is also accredited for training of young doctors, who typically leave us after gaining their full professional qualifications.

We support various charitable projects.

Our doctors speak English and Czech.

Please be aware that the vast majority of the work that we do is funded under the Czech public health insurance system. Please therefore be realistic in your expectations - if you wish to attend a centre where all staff speak fluent English and consultations are practically unlimited in length, you should seek an alternative clinic (there are many such options for fee-paying patients in Prague).

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