Hospital regulations


Hospitalization of the patient (basic information)

When enrolled in a hospital ward, the patient must have:

  • with a planned admission – referral to hospital,
  • for sudden illnesses and life-threatening conditions – no referral required,
  • valid identity card – (use of free medical services – patients who have passed a positive test in the EWUŚ system) or proof of insurance, confirmation of the right to receive medical services or submission of a statement of insurance

When a patient is hospitalized in a particular ward, the patient may have:

  • slippers, slippers
  • nightwear (pajamas or nightgown) 2 sets
  • comfortable cotton clothing such as a tracksuit
  • Linen
  • Bathrobe
  • toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothbrush and toothpaste, deodorant, comb, shaving accessories, etc.)
  • towels (at least 2 – large and small)
  • medicines taken in their original packaging – upon admission to the ward, the patient must present an information card or other treatment certificate or information about the dosage of the medicines (if the patient has used them).

NOTE: Values ​​should be left at home. Upon admission to the hospital, the patient is informed about the possibility of leaving valuables in the hospital warehouse upon receipt. The hospital is not responsible for items left in the closet and not deposited.    

What else can you take to stay in the hospital ward:

  • cutlery
  • cup or glass
  • mineral water
  • medicines used so far in their original packaging
  • handkerchiefs
  • personal care products (tampons, diapers)
  • books, magazines