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A large percentage of the medical tourists in Poland come from the US, Sweden, Ireland, Norway, Denmark and the Netherlands. Poland has world-class facilities, especially for affordable dental and infertility treatment. It is one country with the cheapest cost of treatment. Dental treatment in Poland includes all major procedures involving the use of tooth implant, tooth veneers, tooth filling, crowns and dentures. Quality IVF treatment in Poland can be availed at just one-third the cost of what it costs in Britain. Before coming to Poland for medical treatment, the patient can contact the Polish Association of Medical Tourism. It is a non-profit body that has collaborated with top hospitals in Poland, in addition to medical facilitators, insurance companies and other healthcare providers.
Medical Tourism to Poland
- Aesthetics non surgical
- Bariatric Surgery
- Cancer Treatment
- Cardiac Surgery
- Cosmetic Surgery
- Dental Care
- Ear Nose and Throat
- Eye Surgery
- General Surgery
- Hair Transplant
- Internal Medicine
- Medical Check Ups
- Orthopedic Surgery
Healthcare System in PolandMedical services in Poland can be availed through clinics and health institutions that are equipped with modern equipment and facilities, which are on par with Western European countries. Most of these medical facilities are state-owned, but some prominent private institutions cater to the needs of foreign medical travelers.
Polish medical institutions are certified by the Polish Ministry of Health and are recognized by the European Union and NATO. International accreditation includes ISO as well as the Trent Accreditation Scheme or TAS from the UK and the European Society for Quality in Healthcare or ESQH.
Polish medical doctors as well as dentists are required to undergo at least one year of internship before they can take the National Medical Exam. After passing this exam, they would then receive their Medicine or Dentistry license. Aside from that, these professionals would then be registered in the Chamber of Physicians and Dentists in Poland (Naczelna Izba Lekarska in Polish),which is mandatory for all Polish health practitioners and is duly recognized by the European Union and other Western countries. A compulsory post graduate system has been recently implemented, and is based on the Continuous Professional Development system currently in use by more prominent European and North American nations.
Top Hospitals and Clinics in Poland
- The Clinical Hospital No.10 and Polyclinic
This State healthcare facility is considered as one of the largest modern hospitals in Poland. It is equipped with the latest in diagnostics and treatment facilities and has been in operation since 1985. Certified with the ISO, AQAP 2110 and the NATO/OTAN Commercial and Government Entity code, the Clinical Hospital No.10 and Polyclinic meets the stringent requirements of the European Union and NATO. It is equipped with state-of-the-art neuro-navigation, imaging and operating systems that are on par with the best in the USA, Germany and Saudi Arabia.
- Damian Medical Center
Located in Warsaw, the Damian Medical Centre or DMC is the only privately-owned healthcare facility in the nation's capital. The hospital has been in operation since 1994 and is ISO certified. It boasts of three top-of-the-line operating theatres and a one-day surgery department that spans various departments including surgery, obstetrics and general medicine.
- The Gizinscy Medical Center
The foremost health facility in Poland that specializes in cosmetic surgery. The clinic is equipped with the latest state-of-the-art equipment and facilities needed for cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, which can rival the best in Europe.
- Alfa-Med Dental Clinic
This is one of the premiere dental facilities in Poland which offers general dental and orthodontic surgeries and procedures for medical tourists. The clinic utilizes some of the most modern equipment and facilities in the whole of Europe, including an endodontic microscope, surgical lasers and intraoral cameras. Their highly-trained clinical staff also participates in research studies that are well recognized by medical publications and presented in prominent international medical conferences.
Common Treatments Done by Medical Tourists in PolandHealthcare facilities in Poland offer a wide array of procedures and services for medical travelers, which include but are not limited to the following:
- Plastic surgery and Cosmetic Treatments
- General Dentistry and Dental Surgeries
- Orthopedic Surgeries
- Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
- Ophthalmology and Eye Surgeries
- Heart Surgery
- Hair Transplant
- Obesity Treatments
- Cancer Treatments
Cost of Medical Treatments in Poland
|Cost comparison between Poland and Germany|
|General and Cosmetic Dentistry|
|Fillings||34,00 € - 76,00 €||20,50 € - 47,00 €||38% - 41%|
|Tooth Reconstruction of compound material||124,00 € - 173,00 €||25,50 € - 39,00 €||77% - 79%|
|Root Canal Treatment||45,00 € - 173,00 €||38,50 € - 78,00 €||15% - 55%|
|Teeth Whitening||300,00 € - 500,00 €||155,50 € - 208,00 €||48% - 58%|
|Tooth Implant (One Tooth)||1500,00 € - 2000,00 €||1299,00 € - 1818,00 €||9% - 13%|
|Full Ceramic Crown||782,00 € - 800,00 €||259,50 € - 390,00 €||66% - 51%|
|Cost comparison between Poland and the UK|
|Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery|
|Face Lift (rhytidectomy)||£877,00 - £2280,00||£782,00 - £800,00||10% - 65%|
|Breast Augmentation (Mammoplasty)||£2945,00 - £4950,00||£1578,00 - £2280,00||46% - 54%|
|Botox (Facial Region)||£340,00 - £400,00||£298,00 - £320,00||12% - 20%|
|Gold Thread Procedure (Face)||£1800,00 - £3500,00||£560,00 - £620,00||69% - 82%|
|Liposuction (Abdominal)||£2700,00 - £5800,00||£965,00 - £1580,00||64% - 97%|
|Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty)||£2650,00 - £4000,00||£700,00 - £1400,00||74% - 96%|
|General and Cosmetic Dentistry|
|Procedure||UK Hospitals||Poland||Average Savings|
|Fillings||£38,00 - £60,00||£14,00 - £32,00||52% - 63%|
|Root Canal Treatment||£275,00 - £650,00||£26,00 - £52,00||90% - 92%|
|Tooth Extraction||£80,00 - £250,00||£12,00 - £19,00||85% - 92%|
|Tooth Whitening||£290,00 - £695,00||£105,00 - £140,00||63% - 79%|
|Porcelain Veneer||£1990,00 - £3950,00||£140,00 - £175,00||92% - 95%|
Malpractice and Liability Laws in PolandMedical malpractice and liability laws in Poland are based on the European Tort Law of 2004. This law states that medical practitioners are liable for damages and need to provide compensation, only if their judgment or final decision were proved illegal as declared during formal proceedings.
CostsCost effective prices as compared to other Western and more developed countries in Europe
Highly qualified physiciansInternationally acclaimed medical practitioners in the fields of cosmetic surgery, dentistry and general surgery.
Medical facilitiesHigh quality of medical and diagnostic facilities.
ProximityClose proximity to many European countries.
Cheap travel from EuropeCheap air or train travel from almost anywhere in Europe.
Lack of accreditationLack of International accreditation (e.g. JCI) in the majority of hospitals and clinics.
Limited optionsLimited options for major surgical procedures and treatments.
LanguageAlthough some medical staff are multilingual, most are not fluent in English and would have difficulty communicating in this language
Traveling to PolandPolands Medical tourism destinations are located in major cities that are easily accessible by plane. These destinations include Warsaw, Gdansk, Krakow, Szczecin and Wroclaw which can be reached by international flights coming from all parts of Europe. Low-budget flights are available, making the trip affordable for the health travelers.
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Entry and Exit Requirements to PolandCitizens of the European Union as well as several other countries do not require a Visa to gain entry into Poland. The list can be found here.
Travelers from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and the rest of the world need a Visa to gain entry to Poland.
For member countries under the Schengen Agreement, (which Poland participated in), visas and passports are not even required nor controlled on the borders, however, it is imperative for travelers from these nations to carry proper identification at all times.