Emergency Call - 155
International emergency number - 112
Address: Nemocnice Pardubice Kyjevská 44 Pardubice IV, 530 03 Pardubice
Bus connections: 2, 12, 27, 28, 99 (bus stop Masarykovo náměstí)
Medical Emergency for adults (NOT in the hospital area!)
Address: Pardubická zdravotní pohotovost s.r.o. - Erno Kostala 1014, 530 12 Pardubice-Dubina
Phone number: +420 466 989 000
Mon - Fri: 14.00 - 22.00
Sat, Sun, holidays: 10.00 - 22.00
Address: Pardubická Hospital, building No. 17 (Multi-storey pavilion - basement, separate entry to the right of the main entrance)
Phone: +420 466 015 207
Mon - Fri: 17.00 - 21.00
Sunday, holidays: 8.00 - 18.00 (12.00-13.00 lunch break)
Regulatory fee for automated shopping in building No. 15
Dont forget to bring with you - Passport/ID card, health insurance card !!!
Registration to Central Register of Insurance
Obligatory for holders EHIC – European Health Insurance Card (EU, Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein), people from Serbia with document YU/CZ 111 and from Turkey TR/CZ 111
Attention: It covers only emergency treatments. Regular medical check-ups or screenings are not covered !!!!
Recommended - holders of travel/commercial insurance (if you are insured by Czech company you are already registered) but follow the instructions from your insurance company.
How to register?
- Go to VZP (provides registration to Central Register of Insurance)
- Bring with you: passport/ID card and EHIC or printed documents mentioned above (YU/CZ 111, TR/CZ 111)
You have to get the Confirmation of registration with Czech number of the insured (“Potvrzení o registraci s přiděleným českým číslem pojištěnce”)
How to get there? Address: Karla IV. 73 Pardubice or just follow this document
If your country was not mentioned above and you DO NOT have travel insurance:
- You must close commercial health insurance with the Czech health insurance company (Uniqua, or VZP, do not do it with Slavia !!!)
- or get a confirmation from your home insurance company that they will cover treatments during your stay
- or you have to pay for the full amount and then ask for a refund on your own insurance ex-post