A practical guide for the patients
Preparing for a surgical procedure
Thank you for choosing the services offered by the Sanitas Speclalist Medical Centre. For your convenience, please read the following guide. It will tell you how to prepare yourself to a specific one-day surgery procedure. Your doctor will take care of you in that respect, keeping in mind your individual situation and taking into account:
- your physical and psychic condition,
- type of disease and its advancement,
- level of the procedure’s invasiveness,
- other factors, as determined by the specialist.
When being admitted to the clinic for a planned surgery, please do not forget bringing:
- current medical documentation, results of latest laboratory and imaging (X-ray, USG etc.),
- your ID card/passport, NIP (taxpayer identification number) of your employer (should it prove necessary to issue a temporary work disability certificate),
- immunisation certificate for B hepatitis ,
- pyjamas, dressing gown, comfortable footwear to change into, towel and toiletries,
- medicines which you regularly take - antihypertensive medicaments, insulin, anti-allergic drugs etc.
For your own safety, it is very important that you should inform your doctor or the Centre’s reception desk if, prior to the planned surgery, one of the following has occurred:
- deterioration of your health condition,
- infectious disease.
To make you comfortable, at the Sanitas Centre you are offered:
- single and double rooms with bathrooms, supplied with every convenience and comfort (cable TV, WiFi Internet, nurse call buttons, air-conditioning),
- kitchen, supplied i.a. with a microwave oven, cooktop (hob), fridge, crockery and cutlery; there is also a water distributor in the ward,
- meals to the patients and the accompanying persons staying at the ward.
Our highly qualified medical team, friendly personnel, modern equipment and nicely arranged interior are all supposed to make you feel comfortable and secure the highest quality of your treatment.