Medical and nursing
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The Observation and Infectious Diseases Department in Tychy conducts diagnostics and therapy of patients with the following diseases:
The hospital implements drug programs as part of the Infectious Diseases Outpatient Clinic and the Infectious Observation Ward for patients with chronic hepatitis B and C.
The Department performs didactic functions by training resident doctors and trainees (within other specializations).
Diagnostics is based on:
As part of the diagnostics, we perform ultrasound, liver biopsies, lumbar punctures, bone marrow punctures, peritoneal cavity punctures, pleural punctures.
The department accepts patients from Tychy and the region, but also from all over the country. About 900 patients are treated in the Department annually. In addition to inpatient treatment, the Department’s doctors offer consultations on infectious diseases to other departments and hospitals.
Our Department has highly qualified and experienced medical and nursing staff who provide patients with appropriate diagnostics and treatment. At the same time, we make every effort to minimize the inconvenience for patients resulting from the need to stay in the hospital.
Our ward is located in a separate hospital pavilion. We have 15 beds in seven rooms, with full sanitary facilities. There is an Infectious Diseases Clinic at the ward, where patients with chronic viral hepatitis B and C are treated under the drug programs of the National Health Fund.