1. What should a patient know when he/she is coming to Ukraine for treatment during law: how safe is it?”

⁃ Military situation are currently taking place in the Eastern part of the country. It is possible to stay and undergo treatment in the central parts of Ukraine (Kyiv, Vinnytsia, Zhytomyr), western parts (Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Uzhhorod).

2. Does the clinic help with accommodation and transfer? Is it necessary to have an accompanying person?

– There is a transfer from the airports of Poland and Moldova. We meet patients at airports (Poland, Moldova) and bring them to the clinic. Then we take it back in the same way after the treatment. Also it is possible to take travel from Poland or Moldova by bus to Kiev.

3. What documents do I need to have in order to come for treatment? (visa, etc.)

It depends on the country from which the patient is flying. If Europe, then a visa is not required, only a foreign passport, insurance and a letter from the clinic about the treatment.
There are a number of countries from which a visa is not required to enter Ukraine, but a visa is required to travel through Poland.
Sometimes it is necessary to go to Poland and Ukraine.
There are options when you do not need a visa through Moldova, then it is better to choose this way.
Legal features of staying in Ukraine for treatment? (perhaps you need some documents or an invitation from the clinic to cross the border)
Yes, we issue documents confirming the need for treatment. It can be an invitation or a doctor’s opinion.

4. Should the patient stay in the clinic during the entire period of rehabilitation? When can you leave the clinic?

You do not need to stay for the entire period. As soon as the patient starts to feel better, we discharge him home.
But there are a number of diseases for which you need to stay longer (2-3 months).

5. Payment for services (cash or possible payment by bank transfer)”

As convenient for the patient. Possible to pay in cash or by bank transfer to the clinic’s account.