Medical tourism in Poland is booming. Having highly qualified specialists after trainings in Europe and clinics that with international certificates, the prices for medical services in Poland are often 40% cheaper than in other European countries. The convenient geographical location and no strong language barrier annually attract patients from all over Europe and other countries to Poland. In cooperation with the best clinics in Poland, we offer vaccination program for children and adults.
What is included in our services?
transfers airport – hotel – clinic – airport
accommodation in hotels or apartments 3 *, 4 * and higher category
information consultation in patient language
qualification for vaccination with the best doctors
vaccination using vaccines officially approved by the Polish Ministry of Health
including information about the vaccine in the international vaccination certificate (if available) or the vaccination passport
-assistance during all stages of treatment
-the most advanced medical equipment
-the highest qualification of medical personnel
-comfortable accommodation conditions for patients
-individual approach to each patient
How to prepare for vaccination:
You need to plan trip to Poland for 3-5 days. The vaccine candidate must be healthy. Each inflammatory process in the body will make vaccination impossible until the moment of complete cure. Therefore, before vaccination, the child / adult must undergo a qualified medical interview with a doctor. How satisfactory the condition of the child is for vaccination, the pediatrician decides.
The list of reasons for the so-called medical challenge includes:
-prematurity, birth weight less than 2 kg
-allergy to yeast (relevant even when the first vaccination is given to a newborn – against hepatitis B)
-primary immunodeficiency state
-serious complications when vaccinating earlier
-diseases of the nervous system, convulsions (for DTP)
-allergy to aminoglycosides (antibiotic group) and chicken egg protein
-acute manifestations of infectious diseases and periods of exacerbation of chronic diseases