COVID-19
FAQ

  1. What are the safety procedures at Medicover Hospital? At Medicover, we follow the epidemiological safety procedures and recommendations of the Ministry of Health and the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (GIS). Every person entering the hospital – both patients and staff – goes through a double triage, i.e. an initial epidemiological health assessment. Our staff is equipped with the necessary personal protective equipment. Antibacterial gels are also available in bathrooms, social rooms and corridors. In addition, we have implemented additional disinfection and cleaning procedures – all handles, soap dispensers, buttons in elevators, etc. are regularly cleaned. We also regularly organise trainings in which we provide the latest information on the current recommendations of the Ministry of Health and the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate, as well as paths of conduct.
  2. Why is patient isolation so important? In the current epidemiological situation every hospital is required to ensure the safety of patients already hospitalised, as well as newly admitted patients and the safety of medical staff. Reducing the number of people passing throughhospital departments, as well as isolating the patients currently in the ward significantly reduces the risk of spreading the virus.
  3. Are the patients on the maternity ward safeguarded? Patients in the maternity ward at Medicover Hospital stay in single rooms with access to personal bathrooms. The rooms are equipped with antibacterial gels and regularly disinfected, and any contact between patients is limited as much as possible. Every person entering the hospital – both patients and staff – goes through a double triage, i.e. an initial epidemiological health assessment. We understand that no one can replace a loved one, but our midwives take very good care of our expected mothers, ensuring their safety, comfort and well-being.
  4. Is it possible to conduct a qualification appointment via telemedicine and conclude a delivery contract electronically? We are working on making this possible in order to meet the needs of patients in this particular situation and in connection with the restrictive recommendations of the Ministry of Health and the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate regarding the safety of pregnant patients. We will inform you immediately on any new rules for signing contracts and any changes to the qualification process on our website.
  5. Can the entire qualification process for delivery be carried out remotely? We’re working to enable you to sign the contract remotely. We are currently proposing to sign the contract at the first CTG, which is necessary to fully check the child’s health. Such examination must be carried out at the centre after making an appointment and following all necessary safety measures.
  6. Why cannot a pregnant woman come to the hospital together with an accom­pany­ing person? In accordance with the recommendations of the Ministry of Health, Chief Sanitary Inspector and national consultants in the field of obstetrics, gynaecology and perinatology as of 20 March 2020, visits at wards and partner births are suspended. This is to minimise the possibility of COVID-19 infection spreading and to minimise virus transmission in the environment. For more on the recommendations, please visit the Ministry of Health’s website:
    https://www.gov.pl/web/zdrowie/zalecenia-dla-kobiet-w-okresie-okoloporodowym-w-zwiazku-z-zakazeniami-sars-cov-2
  7. Why can’t a partner accompany the woman during childbirth? Currently, the primary objective of each hospital, in accordance with the recommendations of the Ministry of Health and the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate, is to increase the level of safety by limiting visits and contacts with patients in hospital. The presence of additional people during childbirth increases the epide­miolo­gical risk and can result in serious consequences not only for the future parents, but also for our medical staff and other patients treated at the hospital.
  8. Is the hospital staff tested? Every day before entering the hospital, our hospital staff undergoes a double triage, i.e. an epidemiological health assessment.Employees are equipped with personal protective equipment: masks, aprons, goggles, visors and disposable gloves. Antibacterial gels are available in bathrooms, social rooms and corridors. In addition, we have implemented additional disinfection and cleaning procedures – all handles, soap dispensers, buttons in elevators, etc. are regularly cleaned. We also regularly organise trainings in which we provide the latest information on the current recommendations of the Ministry of Health and the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate, as well as procedures to follow during an epidemic.

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al. Rzeczypospolitej 5
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