If you hold valid medical insurance which covers your stay in the Czech Republic, standard necessary treatment is obtainable free of charge from the Czech Health Insurance fund, in conjunction with your health insurance policy at home. It is important to contact a medical institution (doctor, dentist, hospital) that has a contract with the Czech public health insurance system. In purely private institutions, you would have to pay any costs that should arise. The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) + form acknowledging its validity for the Czech Republic (issued at any Czech Health Insurance company; please visit one after your arrival!) has to be submitted to the attending physician. In 2020/21, your insurance must obligatory
The detailed information regarding health insurance for citizens of the EU and
MEDICAL CARE FACILITIES
WITH ENGLISH-SPEAKING STAFF IN PRAGUE
(not an exhaustive list):
MUNICIPAL MEDICAL CENTRE PRAGUE (Městská poliklinika Praha)
Spálená 12, Prague 1 (city centre); (+420) 222 924 211
(There is a list of English speaking doctors at the reception desk.)
MOTOL HOSPITAL (Nemocnice Motol) – Foreign and Private Patient Department
V Uvalu 84, Prague 5; (+420) 224 433 681, (+420) 224 433 682, (+420) 224 433 674
NA HOMOLCE HOSPITAL (Nemocnice Na Homolce)
Roentgenova 2, Prague 5; (+420) 257 271 111, (+420) 257 272 860
CANADIAN MEDICAL – (+420) 222 300 300
- Na Poříčí 12, Prague 1
- Lomnického 5, Prague 4
- Walterovo náměstí 2, Prague 5
- Sokolovská 79, Prague 8
- Evropská 115a, Prague 6
- V Parku 8, Prague 11
Šustova 1930, Prague 11; (+420) 267 090 827
The U.S. Embassy in the Czech Republic has a very useful comprehensive overview of medical care in Prague on the website.
You can find other health care centers, clinics, and English-speaking specialists here.
An overview of hospitals in Prague providing EMERGENCY care can be found here.
An overview of medical centers providing DENTAL EMERGENCY care for adults can be found here.
Psychological counselling for all CU students and employees provided free of charge by CAROLINA CENTRE.
TEP – Incoming therapy offered free of charge in various languages.
An overview of private practices can be found here.
COVID-19 updates on the website of Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic: