Jutro in a nutshell

We collected the most frequently asked questions by our patients here

    About Jutro Medical

    • What does Jutro Medical offer?

      Jutro Medical combines the highest quality of customer service and an effective use of technology to provide patients with a high quality service within the National Health Fund insurance suited to your specific needs. As primary care physicians, at jutro Medical we take your well-being very seriously. Focusing on family medicine and internal medicine, we take care of all your primary medical needs, such as:

      • prioritising prophylaxis and well-being
      • coopearation with you to create the best treatment plan suited to your specific needs and goals
      • providing a safe and thorough medical data base for all your medical information
      • a problem-free coordination of medical care including tests, appointments with specialists and hospitalization
      • offering cost-effective options which allow you to set priorities concerning your health
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      We are drawing on rich experience of our team and your personal opinions to create a unique Primary Healthcare experience. We have the tools to help you feel your best - regardless of whether you are in perfect health, you are suffering from a cold or whether you are facing a life-changing disease. Our primary care physicians are here to help you stay in best health for as long as possible.

    • What is Jutro Medical's approach to healthcare?

      The goal of Jutro Medical is to create a better healthcare system centered around patients' needs, which provides them with the highest quality service within the National Health Fund Insurance. Our team believes in building a trustful partnership with our patients. We provide the doctors with time and technology, so they can take care of your problems instead of the bureaucracy.

      The doctor will work with you in order to protect your health, instead of just writing up prescriptions. He will help you manage your medical issues, advise you how to make good medical decisions and also provide you with the knowledge and tips you need to improve your health. Doctors at Jutro Medical are your primary care physicians, but if you ever need a consultation with a specialist or hospitalization, we will help you make the best possible decision and issue appropriate referrals.

    • What is Primary Healthcare?

      The term Primary Healthcare refers to the kind of medical care that is needed in the first place - before you actually get ill, before you need an appointment with a specialist, before you have to go to the hospital. Primary Healthcare guarantees access to a chosen doctor to anyone who has the National Health Fund insurance regardless from where he lives or any other factors. Primary care physicians at Jutro Medical can, e.g.:

      • refer a patient to a specialist and for specialistic tests, such as a gastroscopy or a colonoscopy
      • authorize a patient to attend physiotherapy
      • renew prescriptions for contraception and prescribe the “morning after pill”
      • qualify patients for vaccinations, not only COVID-19 vaccination, but also flu etc.
      • recognize and treat hypothyroidism without the necessity of involving a specialist
      • refer patients to any needed tests (both those covered by the National Health Fund and those beyond the refund program)
      • provide help in the form of an online consultation
      • write up e-prescriptions,e-referrals and e-medical leave slip notes
    • What are the operating hours of Jutro Medical?

      The medical team is available at your service from Monday to Sunday from 9am till 9pm - online. You can find our facilities opening hours here.

    • When to call an ambulance?

      Contacting the emergency service is necessary in every situation in which the human life is in danger. Situations like that include car accidents, injuries to the head, bigger injuries of the body, losing consciousness, pains in the chest, sudden breathlesness, big hemorrhages, limb amputations and all other situations in which the patient's life is threatened.

    • In case of emergency or bank holidays how can I receive help?

      Even though the Jutro Medical clinic is a place for first medical contact, it does not include sudden emergencies. If you find yourself in a situation where your health or life is in danger (article nr 2 of the primary healthcare act) call the emergency services immediately dialing 112 or 999 or go straight to a hospital emergency ward.

      If the worsening condition of your health is not an emergency and you cannot make an appointment at Jutro Medical, e.g. due to hour opening hours, you can use the services of an after hours/holiday medical service. These kind of services are offered only by those clinics which have an appropriate contract with the National Health Fund. Jutro Medical is not one of them. You can find a list of such clinics in your voivodeship on this website.

       

    • Is Jutro Medical a private facility?

      No. Jutro Medical is a Primary Health Care clinic, financed by the National Health Fund, also available in the form of a mobile application. Using our services is synonymous to unsubscribing from your previous health care clinic.

    Medical services

    • How to register in the app?

      You can create your account and file the declaration immediately after installing the application. When creating an account, it is necessary to provide your own phone number, e-mail address and accept the Terms and Conditions of Jutro Medical. Then, your phone number will be verified by entering the code you will receive via SMS. 

      If you manage to successfully create an account in our application, you can proceed to the submission of the declaration! You can submit the declaration in person at the Jutro Medical clinic or remotely via ePUAP, so you don't even have to leave your home!

    • What doctors are available at Jutro Medical?

      Jutro Medical has highly qualified staff consisting of general practitioners and internists. Our team is also supported by experienced nurses working in the treatment room. If you wish to make an appointment with a specialist, we can issue an e-referral for such an appointment which can be used at any facility honoring the National Health Fund insurance.

      Meet our team!

    • A family doctor or an internist - what's the difference?

      An internist specializes in internal medicine, i.e. internal diseases of adults. Internal medicine is a branch of medicine which deals with diagnostics, prophylaxis, treatment of diseases of internal organs and general health control. An internist is often mistakenly referred to as a family doctor. However, these are two separate specializations. The internist perceives the patient as a whole, taking into account the condition of the whole organism. When a doctor visits a patient with a fever, pain in any part of the body, weakness or a problem with joints, the internist collects an initial interview and decides to which specialist or for which examinations the patient should be referred - accurate and early diagnosis enables effective treatment.

      The internist deals with the entire process of treating the patient, starting from prophylaxis, through diagnostics, treatment, rehabilitation and health control. Internists have detailed knowledge of the physiology and diseases of the circulatory, digestive, respiratory, urinary, cardiovascular, immune systems and the motor organs.

    • Is making an appointment free of charge?

      Yes. The services we offer are all covered by the National Health Fund, so they are free of charge. At Jutro Medical you can consult your problem and receive an e-prescription for free.

    • What should we bring to the first-time appointment?

      1. Identity card for the purpose of data verification.

      2. Information cards from other medical consultations (e.g., at a cardiologist, neurologist), if any.

      • Online consultations may take the form of a summary or recommendations, then you can prepare e.g., a screenshot or a clear photo.
      • If it was a private consultation, check if you have such a summary, if not, try to get it.

      3. Discharges from hospital stays, if any;

      • Both the latter and those from several years ago are important to our medical team.

      4. A photocopy of medical records from the previous health care clinic

      • Institutions are required to issue it at your request, free of charge.
      • If there is any problem with receiving such documentation, please inform your doctor during your appointment.

      5. If you have basic test results (blood count, creatinine, ALT, AST, urine) take only the most recent.

      • If you have other test results, even if they are several years old, take them with you as well.
         

      6. Results of colonoscopy and gastroscopy, if any.

      7. Information about vaccinations

      • It is worth preparing vaccination certificates, e.g., against COVID-19. If you have a vaccination record, take it with you.

      8. Possibly all imaging tests (USG, X-ray, CT, MRI, ECG), if any;

      9. Latest ECG, if done.

      10. List of currently taken medications with doses.

    • What is a consultation outside the National Health Fund?

      Please be advised that under the NFZ contract, we can admit patients only from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

      Outside the National Health Fund, you gain, among others the possibility of the following publicly funded benefits: prescription, sick leave, and referral for treatment in a hospital.

      Other services, including referrals to specialists, for rehabilitation or DiLO card, require a visit within the National Health Fund.

    • Do I have to follow the doctor's medical advice?

      The recommended treatment is compatible with the current medical knowledge and is suited to your medical needs. If you refuse to follow doctor's advice achieving a desired medical goal can be impossible. Without your participation, the doctor at Jutro Medical won't be able to carry out the diagnostic and treatment processes and he won't be able to help you. That's why, for your own well-being, we recommend that you follow your doctor's medical advice.

    • Can I use Jutro Medical's services, if I'm not from Warsaw?

      Currently, we operate only in the Mazovian voivodeship, but soon we will open clinics in other parts of Poland!

    • What kind of tests can I do at Jutro Medical?

      The primary care physicians can reffer you to a wide range of tests which will enable making a correct diagnosis of the patient. A list of tests available within the Primary Healthcare contains:

      • Spirometry - Coagulation parameters: fibrinogen, prothrombin time, activated partial thromboplastin time
      • Radiology images: sinus X-ray, skull X-ray, scout film of the abdomen, chest X-ray, bone X-ray
      • Microbiological tests: urine culture examination with an antibiogram, throat swab culture, feces culture
      • Urine tests: general urine examination (chemical and physical attributes), quantative analysis of glucose, calcium, amylase and protein
      • Feces tests: general examination, parasite examination, fecal occult blood test
      • Biochemical and immunochemical examinations (e.g. cholesterol tests, FT3, FT4 and PSA, uric acid, sodium, potassium, calcium, iron, urea - and many more)
      • Hematology: morphology, erythrocyte sedimentation reaction, reticulocytes
      • Electrocardiogram (ECG)

      Most of the free tests within the National Health Fund can be done directly in the Jutro Medical office. Some of them - like the X-ray images or the ultrasound - are done in the facilities of our partners, which honor the rule of priority for our patients ( e.g. you don't have to register for an appointment before coming to the facility).

    • Can I get vaccinated at Jutro Medical?

      Yes, you can get all recommended vaccinations at the Jutro Medical clinic located at Powązkowska 44 street, including the vaccination against COVID-19. Vaccinations are carried out in office No. 20. 

      In order to schedule an appointment for a vaccination against COVID-19, send us a message on the application in the "Consultations" tab or call us on +48 570 690 376. We carry out only Pfizer vaccinations.

    • Women's health at Jutro Medical

      We know that women have special medical needs. As primary care physicians, we are trained in many different fields of women's health and we can deliver various services equivalent to those provided by your gynecologist - thanks to that the number of doctors you need to see for routine check ups is limited. We can renew your prescription for contraception and prescribe the "morning after" pill. We can diagnose the problem of painfull periods and refer to proper treatment. We are at your service in all matters that bother you.

    • Can I renew a prescription for contraception at Jutro Medical?

      Yes, if you possess a doctor's note from a gynecologist proving that you were examined and had ultrasound and cervical smear tests. The note must also contain information about the type of contraception that was prescribed. The doctor's note should not be older than one year.

    • Can I make an appointment for my child with a pediatrician?

      We do not have a pediatric deaprtment at the moment. Jutro Medical is still developing and if such service becomes available, we will certainly inform you about it.

    • LGBT+ Health

      We believe that everyone should have access to free and comprehensive healthcare regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. We’re here to help you feel your best — physically and emotionally.

    • Do I have to provide the doctor my medical documentation?

      Gathering as much medical information about patient's health history is crucial in creating the right treatment plan. Filing a declaration means that a patient chooses his general practitioner, who will be taking care of him. In order to do that it's necessary to know the patient's medical history. Providing medical documentation is also recommended before making any further medical decisions, such as prescribing new medication or renewing prescriptions for previosuly taken medication. If the doctor is not provided with such documentation the process of diagnosing and treating a patient can be hindered.

    • How to share medical documentation by the Online Patient Account?

      Step 1. Enter the address of the website https://www.pacjent.gov.pl/internetowe-konto-pacjenta in the browser

      Step 2. Log in to the system by selecting the "Log in" button (if you do not have an account, check how to create one according to the instructions)

      Step 3. In the menu, select the "Permissions" tab on the right

      Step 4. Select "View" in the selection section "Permissions" / Share data with a doctor, nurse, or pharmacist

      Step 5. In the "Access for doctors and pharmacists" section, select "Grant access"

      Step 6. Then select who you want to share with- "Medical facility" and select the option "Next"

      Step 7. In the "Name of medical facility" field, enter Jutro Medical, select "Search", and the "Select" button, then select "Next"

      Step 8. Select “Access to All Documents” followed by “All Available Documentation” and select “Save”. That's it! :)

    • Can I renew my prescription at Jutro Medical?

      Yes, if you possess medical documentation concerning a chronic disease treatment for which you would like to renew your prescription. Medical documentation can be especially a consultation with a specialist (e.g. a cardiologist or any other specialist) or discharge papers from a hospital.

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      The documents must contain the name of the disease and its international disease classification ICD10 code. It might sound complicated but all the medical documents you receive from a specialist or discharge papers from the hospital contain such information. An old prescription is not considered to be medical documentation evident enough to renew of the prescription for a chronic disease.

    • Will I get a prescription during the consultation? What about the refundable medication?

      Ordering a consultation with a doctor is synonymous with issuing an e-prescription. The decision to write up an e-prescription during an online consultation is made by the doctor who is conducting the medical interview with a patient. If there are medical indications to implement a pharmacotherapy the doctor will surely suggest writing up a prescription. He can also recommend a symptomatic treatment with medication available without a prescription. A refund of the medication depends on whether the patient has health insurance and whether he qualifies for a refund according to the current regulations of the Ministry of Health.

    • Who can fill an e-prescription?

      An e-prescription can be filled by a person for whom it was issued or anyone who knows the code of the e-prescription and the PESEL number of the patient for whom the prescription was issued. The PESEL number does not appear on the informational printout of the e-prescription, so if you ask someone to fill the prescription for you, give them your PESEL number.

    • In what cases can an e-prescription be issued?

      An e-prescription cannot be issued if there are doubts as to the validity of it's cause: there are medical doubts or there are no clear indications that a prescription is needed. If it's a continuation of a treatment which began at a different clinic, the doctor will require medical documentation which proves that the patient was prescribed such medication. If such documentation is not provided, an e-prescription cannot be issued.

    • Can I get a medical leave slip note?

      A medical leave slip is in reality a medical opinion stating that an employee is temporarily unable to work. According to law it can be issued for those who are ill, unable to perform their duties at work and it's always a result of a careful evaluation of the patient's individual situation by a doctor. If the doctor concludes that you are unable to work due to illness, he will issue a medical leave slip note (a medical opinion stating a temporary inability to work) and forward it in an electronic form to your emoplyer and ZUS. You don't have to take part in the delivery of the note. After consulting the doctor online you can stay at home and take care of your health. You must remember that a medical leave slip note cannot be issued for a healthy person.

    • Is the e-medical leave slip note honored by the employers and ZUS?

      Certainly. A medical leave slip note is automatically sent to your employer and ZUS. The data is automatically downloaded form the system of the MInistry of Health. Doctors at Jutro Medical can also issue medical leave slip notes to employers from abroade in the EU countries.

    • Night and holiday health care

      Information about the location of NEHPs where you are currently staying can be found in two places:

    About app

    • What can I do in the "Consultations" tab?

      The "Consultations" tab is where you can contact the medical team of Jutro Medical or pick the time of your medical appointment.

    • What can I find in the "My health" tab?

      The "My Health" tab contains the history of your treatment. On the timeline, you will find the history of all your appointments - both, at the clinic and telemedical, along with all issued e-prescriptions, e-referrals, e-medical leave slip notes and test results. To make it easier for you to find what you need, you can also use the "Event type" and "Appointment type" filters at the top of the tab.

    • Where can I find my prescriptions?

      Go to the "My Health" tab, click on the "Event type" list, and then select "Prescription". All prescriptions issued by our medical team will appear on the screen.

    • Where can I find my test results?

      You will receive a notification from the application about the availability of your test results. Go to the "My Health" tab, click on the "Event type" list, and then select "Test results". The screen will show you all the tests you have carried out so far and their results. In addition to the results, you can also see the standard for a given parameter by clicking on a given tile. This will help you better understand the test results.

    • How can I make an appointment in the treatment room?

      Each of the paths available on our application will redirect you to the "Examination cart" tab, where you can (possibly) pay for examinations and make an appointment at our treatment room. In the "My health" tab, under the list of ordered tests, you will find the "Make an appointment" button directly in the chat in the "Consultations" tab, by clicking on an e-referral from a doctor, you can go straight to making an appointment at a treatment room. Go to the "Examination cart" tab, which also includes the examinations you were referred to and follow instructions on the screen.

    • How can I make an appointment for an online consultation?

      Go to the “Consultations” tab and click “Make an appointment”. Pick the time of the appointment and… That's it!

    • How can I make an appointment for a personal visit in the facility?

      Go to the “Consultations” tab and click “Make an appointment”, then choose “In the clinic”. Pick the time of the appointment and… That's it!

    • How to start a chat with a doctor?

      Go to the "Consultations" tab in our application, select “Make an appointment” and pick the time of your appointment. If there is anything else you need, please select “Write to us” and send a message!

    • How can I change the time and date of my appointment in the app?

      Select the "My health" tab and choose the appointment you would like to postpone. Then select "Change date" and follow further instructions on the screen.

    • I am a guardian of a person - can I use the application in his/her name?

      According to article 3 paragraph 4 of the Terms of Use of the Service and the Jutro Medical Application, allowing a third party to use your account is forbidden, as well as using other users' accounts. Additionally, according to law we cannot share any data or documentation with those, who are not our patients. If you are a guardian of a person who is a patient of Jutro Medical and you would like to be able to receive their medical documentation, prescriptions or referrals, the patient needs to file a document of authorisation. In these cases we kindly ask you to follow the instructions contained in the Terms of Use, where the process of filing such documents is described. You can use the template of the document provided in Appendix nr 2.

    • Are my data safe?

      The Jutro Medical team honors your privacy. We are aware that by sharing information with us, you trust us to take care of your data properly. Check out our Privacy Policy.

    Preparation for examination

    • ECG test

      Place of appointment:
      Pay attention to where your appointment was made for the ECG test. Information on it can be found in the “Consultations” tab and in the “My health” tab in our application.

      Before the test:

      • If you are taking any medications, be sure to inform your doctor about it before having an ECG test,
      • Avoid physical exertion at least 15 minutes before the test, 24 hours before the test, avoid alcohol because it flushes potassium and magnesium out of the body and this may cause incorrect results,
      • Before performing the test, inform your doctor about your neurological diseases, mental disorders, hypothyroidism, recent strokes, hyperthyroidism and gallbladder stones.

      About the examination:
      ECG (electrocardiography) is a non-invasive test used to diagnose diseases of the heart muscle based on its activity. In the ECG examination, thanks to electrodes placed on the skin in specific places, electrical impulses related to the work of the heart are recorded and then analyzed by our doctors at Jutro Medical.

    • Injection

      Place and time of appointment:
      Note where your appointment is made to give the injection. Information on it can be found in the "Consultations" tab in our app and in the “My health” tab.

      Recommendations from the doctor:
      If the doctor determines the need for subcutaneous or intravenous administration of drugs, they will refer you to a treatment room where our trained nurse will take care of you.

    • X-ray

      Time of day
      X-ray examination can be performed in our partner's facilities without prior registration, from Monday to Friday between the following hours:

      • from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. - Waryńskiego 9 street, Warsaw
      • from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. - Młynarska 8/12 street, Warsaw
      • from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. - KEN 19 street, Warsaw
      • from 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. - M. Życzkowskiego 29 street, Cracow
      • from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. - Nowe Ogrody 1-6 street, Gdansk
      • from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. - Legnicka 40 street, Wroclaw (Dolmed, floor -1)

      In the facility
      1. Go to the registration of our partner.
      2. Inform about the purpose of the appointment and that you are a patient of Jutro Medical.
      3. You do not need to have a paper referral for the examination. Your referral has been sent directly to our partner by e-mail.
      4. On the spot, you will receive information on where to go for the examination.

      Preparation for the examination
      Most X-ray examinations do not require any special preparation. Exceptions include imaging examinations of the pelvic area:

      • Pelvic x-ray
      • X-ray of hip joints
      • X-ray of the lumbar spine 

      Important: You should go to the tests on an empty stomach.

      After the examination
      Use a short message in the chat where the doctor has referred you for the examination to let them know if the examination was smooth and correct, and about any other thoughts, if you have any. After our doctor has verified your test results, you will receive a message to determine what to do next.

      Addresses of our partner's facilities

      • Waryńskiego 9 in Warsaw
      • Młynarska 8/12 in Warsaw
      • KEN 19 in Warsaw (entrance from Karola Borsuka)
      • M. Życzkowskiego 29 in Cracow (IMED24)
      • Nowe Ogrody 1-6 street, Gdansk (entrance R)
      • Legnicka 40 street, Wroclaw (Dolmed, floor -1)
    • Ultrasound

      Time of day:
      You can perform an ultrasound scan in our partner's facilities from Monday to Friday:

      • from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. - Waryńskiego 9 street, Warsaw
      • from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. - Młynarska 8/12 street, Warsaw
      • from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. - KEN 19 alley, Warsaw
      • from 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. - M. Życzkowskiego 29 street, Cracow
      • from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. - Nowe Ogrody 1-6 street, Gdansk
      • from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. - Legnicka 40 street, Wroclaw (Dolmed, floor -1)

      We will call you to make an appointment:
      After a doctor of Jutro Medical issues a referral, expect a phone call from our partner to arrange the time, date, and place of the examination convenient for you. Important: The examination is painless and there are no contraindications to perform it (even during pregnancy).

      Bring to the examination:

      • results of previous ultrasound examinations of a given area or results of other examinations - concerning this problem, if you have;
      • previous results of diagnostic tests (CD description), laboratory tests, if you have;
      • a hospital discharge, if you have;
      • your ID card.

      In the facility:
      1. Go to the registration of our partner.
      2. Inform about the purpose of the appointment and that you are a patient of Jutro Medical.
      3. You do not need to have a paper referral for the examination. Your referral has been sent directly to our partner by e-mail and you will get information on where to go for the examination.

      Addresses of our partner's facilities:

      • Waryńskiego 9 in Warsaw
      • Młynarska 8/12 in Warsaw
      • KEN 19 in Warsaw (entrance from Karola Borsuka)
      • M. Życzkowskiego 29 in Cracow (IMED24)
      • Nowe Ogrody 1-6 in Gdansk (entrance “R”)
      • Legnicka 40 street in Wroclaw (Dolmed, floor -1)

      Preparation before the examination in the case of ultrasound of the abdominal cavity:

      • Unless your doctor tells you otherwise, the test should be performed on an empty stomach - do not eat anything at least 6 hours before the test.
      • It is permissible to drink still water in small portions, avoiding swallowing air
      • Do not chew gum or smoke cigarettes.
      • Patients taking medications should take medications as prescribed by their doctor, with still water, but not later than 1 hour before the examination.
      • In the afternoon / evening hours before the examination, avoid food and liquids, carbonated drinks.
      • On the day preceding the examination (applies to all patients), take: Simetigast Forte 1 capsule in the evening and 1 capsule in the morning on the day of the examination or Espumisan 3 times a day for 3 to 4 capsules (degassing agent - available at a pharmacy without a prescription).
      • Patients with a tendency to flatulence - apart from the above-mentioned recommendations, should follow an easily digestible diet for two days before the test.

      Pre-examination preparation for other types of ultrasound:
      You should ask for recommendations before the indicated test when making an appointment by phone at our partner's facility. There they will provide you with all the information you need.

    • Colonoscopy

      Time of day
      There are no special recommendations for testing at certain times of the day. They depend on the hospital clinic you choose.

      Contraindications for the examination

      • serious heart or lung diseases,
      • peritonitis,
      • second and third trimester of pregnancy,
      • exacerbation of the symptoms of inflammatory disease of the large intestine (e.g., Leśniowski-Crohn's disease),
      • problems with blood clotting, especially if polyp resection or biopsy is necessary.

      Before the examination

      • If you are taking iron preparations, you should stop taking them 7 days before the test,
      • If you suffer from diabetes, you must contact your physician well in advance to arrange individual treatment,
      • Three days before the examination, you should switch to a liquid diet. It is recommended to eat mainly liquid yoghurts, thin soups, easily digestible products and supplement the diet with large amounts of still water.
      • After choosing your examination date, ask the doctor who referred you for the examination to be released from work for the day before the examination, because before the examination it is necessary to take a special medicine that will help cleanse your intestines.


      After the examination
      After the examination, ask your doctor to share the results so that you can pass them on to our doctor via chat in the Jutro Medical application. You can also bring the tests in person to determine what to do next.

      About the examination
      The test is to control your final part of the digestive tract, i.e., the large intestine. Colonoscopy is performed using a long flexible tube with a camera that transmits the image from the inside of your gastrointestinal tract to a screen visible to your doctor.

    • Gastroscopy

      Time of day
      There are no special recommendations for testing at certain times of the day. They depend on the hospital clinic you choose.

      Contraindications for the examination:

      • a recent heart attack,
      • unstable coronary artery disease,
      • acute heart failure
      • decompensated respiratory failure,
      • suspicion of gastrointestinal perforation.

      Before the examination
      About 6 hours before the test, you can no longer eat anything, and for 4 hours you must also limit your fluid intake to an absolute minimum. If you are taking medications on a permanent basis, take them in the morning. Also remember that you should not smoke before the test.

      After the examination
      After the examination, ask your doctor to share the results so that you can pass them on to our doctor via chat in the Jutro Medical application. You can also bring the tests in person to determine what to do next.

      About the examination
      The test is designed to check your initial digestive tract, which is your esophagus, stomach, and duodenum. Gastroscopy is performed using a long flexible tube with a camera that transmits the image from the inside of your gastrointestinal tract to a screen visible to your doctor.

    • Urine test

      Place and time of sample submission
      Pay attention to where your appointment was scheduled to receive your sample for testing. Information on it can be found in the "My Health" tab in our app and in the "Consultations" tab.

      General recommendations
      - It is recommended to follow a moderate, normal diet and drink a physiological (normal) amount of fluid.
      - Avoid excessive physical exertion that can cause an increase in protein and ketone levels in the urine. 
      - Refrain from sexual intercourse on the day preceding the examination.
      - For women: avoid testing in the period from 2 days before menstruation (menstrual bleeding) to 2 days after it ends, due to the large number of red blood cells and epithelium preventing reliable test results.

      Before collecting
      - Get a disposable, non-sterile container (available at pharmacies).
      - Wash your hands with soap and running water and dry with a disposable towel.
      - Thoroughly wash the perineum and urethra with running water and soap, dry with a disposable towel:
      - Men: After retracting the foreskin, thoroughly wash the urethral area, rinse and dry with a disposable towel.
      - Women: Thoroughly wash the perineum area, with one hand open the labia revealing the opening of the urethra, wash the urethral area, rinse and dry with a disposable towel.

      Important! Follow the direction of washing and drying from the opening of the urethra towards the anus.

      - Before the collection itself, open the container.

      During collecting
      Collect urine from the so-called middle stream. The first batch of urine should go to the toilet, the second batch of urine should be poured directly into the container, not stopping the stream, up to 1/2 of the container.

      To avoid accidental contamination with bacteria, do not touch the rim of the container around the genital area and also do not touch the inner surface of the sterile container with your fingers.

      After collecting
      Close the container immediately, protect it against damage, label it with the patient's card number (visible on the main screen of the application),

      Immediately after collection, the urine container must be delivered to the collection point.

      Keep the urine at a refrigerator temperature (4-8 °C) for up to 4 hours until transport.

      About the examination
      Urine for analysis is collected in a clean disposable container immediately after bedtime (first morning urine) from the middle stream.

      Note: urine for general examination and culture should be delivered in two separate containers: non-sterile and sterile.

    • Collection of urine for culture

      Place and time of sample submission
      Pay attention to where your appointment was scheduled to receive your sample for testing. Information on it can be found in the "My Health" tab in our app and in the "Consultations" tab.

      Before collecting

      • Get a disposable, sterile container (available at pharmacies),
      • Wash your hands with soap and running water and dry with a disposable towel,
      • Thoroughly wash the perineum and urethra with running water and soap, dry with a disposable towel:
      • Men: After retracting the foreskin, thoroughly wash the urethral area, rinse and dry with a disposable towel.
      • Women: Thoroughly wash the perineum area, open the labia with one hand revealing the opening of the urethra, wash the urethral area, rinse and dry with a disposable towel.

      Important! Follow the direction of washing and drying from the opening of the urethra towards the anus.

      Before the collection itself, open the container.

      During collecting
      Collect urine from the so-called middle stream. The first batch of urine should go to the toilet, the second batch of urine should be poured directly into the container, not stopping the stream, up to 1/3 of the container,

      To avoid accidental contamination with bacteria, do not touch the rim of the container around the genital area and do not also touch the inner surface of the sterile container with your fingers.

      After collecting

      • Close the container immediately, protect it against damage, label it with the patient's card number (visible on the main screen of the application),
      • Immediately after collection, the urine container must be delivered to the collection point,
      • Keep the urine at a refrigerator temperature (4-8°C) for up to 4 hours until transport.

      About the examination
      Urine for microbiological testing should be collected in the morning, and if it is impossible, 4 hours after you last went the toilet. It is allowed to collect urine regardless of the time of day only in justified cases. Such information should be provided to the medical staff at the collection point.

      The material should be collected before starting antibiotic therapy. In the case of ongoing therapy with antimicrobial drugs, the type of drug and the period of use should be informed.

      Note: urine for general examination and culture should be delivered in two separate containers: non-sterile and sterile.

    • Fecal occult blood test

      Place and time of sample submission
      Pay attention to where your appointment was scheduled to receive your sample for testing. Information on this subject can be found in the "My Health" tab in our app and in the "Consultations" tab.

      General recommendations
      Three days before the scheduled examination, certain medications should be discontinued, in particular:

      • iron-containing preparations,
      • anti-inflammatory agents
      • blood thinners (only after prior consultation with the ordering physician).

      You do not need to follow a special diet before the test, but it is recommended that it be high in fiber as it has a positive effect on the rhythm of bowel movements, which ensures that the sample can be collected.

      However, you should not use stool softeners, e.g., suppositories or laxatives.

      Two days before the test, alcohol should not be consumed, as it may irritate the digestive system, as well as raw red meat (tartare, carpaccio, steaks) as it may give a false positive result.

      Collection
      The sample should be placed in a specially purchased sterile, disposable container.

      Due to the small size of the container, a fairly wide, vessel should be prepared, e.g., a scalded jar or a disposable plastic container, from which the material for testing can be easily taken. Stool should be placed in a clean, dry vessel.

      Containers purchased in pharmacies or laboratories have special spatulas that will let you collect a sample (the size of a walnut, no more than ¾ of the container; if the material is liquid, 2-3 ml should be provided for testing) necessary for the test.

      Collecting material for testing should be performed in accordance with doctor's recommendations, regarding the number of samples, as a single sample determination may give false results.

      Therefore, it is sometimes necessary to test stool several times.

      Samples should be delivered each time within 24 hours from the moment of collection.

    • Oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT)

      Place and time of collection
      Pay attention to where your appointment was made to collect blood from you. Information on it can be found in the "My Health" tab in our app and in the "Consultations" tab.

      Before the examination

      • Inform the nurse collecting blood about the medications and herbal preparations you are taking.
      • It is recommended (unless otherwise indicated) to take a 12-hour break from eating before taking a blood sample. Ideally, the last meal of the day before should be eaten around 6:00 p.m..
      • Remember to reserve the right amount of time because the OGTT examination lasts 2 hours.
      • On the day before the test, avoid heavy and fatty meals, those that may be high in sugar, and avoid drinking alcohol. You can drink a little water before the test.
      • As a rule, examinations should not be performed after a sleepless night and strenuous exercise. Immediately before collection, avoid exercise and stress, and do not smoke. A short rest is advisable.

      Purpose of the examination
      The test is to check how efficiently your body metabolizes glucose, which is helpful for the doctor in the correct diagnosis of diabetes.

      About the examination
      1. The medical staff at the collection point will take 3 blood samples from you and check the glucose level in each of them.
      2. The first will be taken as soon as you arrive while you are fasting.
       3.After the first collection, you will receive a solution of 75 g of glucose dissolved in water, which you should drink.
      4. Then we wait for your body to start metabolizing glucose

      Remember! While waiting for the next collections, you must keep your activity to an absolute minimum so as not to affect the test result.

      • Exactly 1 hour after consuming the solution, we perform the second glucose measurement.
      • After the second collection, you will again have an hour break during which you should limit your activity to a minimum.
      • After another hour, our nurse will take one more and last sample from you.
      • After the last collection, you can start eating and resume your physical activity.
      • Consult your physician within 2-3 days for results.
    • Spirometry

      Place and time of the appointment 
      Take note of the location of your appointment for the test. Information on this subject can be found in the "Consultations" and "My health" tabs on the app. 

      Before the examination 

      • Wear something comfortable that does not restrict your movements, 
      • Do not smoke cigarettes and do not drink alcohol for at least 4 hours before the test (preferably 24h), 
      • Do not eat heavy meals 2 hours before the test, 
      • Do not perform intense exercise for at least 30 minutes before the test, 
      • You may have to stop taking some asthma medications, if you are taking such, please inform your doctor or nurse at least 48 hours before the examination.

      About the test 
      Spirometry is a diagnostic test that allows you to measure the volume of the lungs and detect pathological changes. 

      Spirometry must not be performed on patients: 

      • With a diagnosed aneurysm of the aorta or cerebral artery, 
      • After a recent eye surgery, 
      • After a retinal detachment, 
      • Who recentaly had a stroke or heart attack 
      • With increased intracranial pressure.
    • COVID-19 test

      SMS message generated by the system 
      When you order a coronavirus test, you can receive a text message sent by the system with an indicated testing center and time of arrival - if for some reason you cannot appear at the suggested location, you can choose any other testing center and go there at any time during the opening hours.

      About the test
      The aim of the test is to detect whether the current symptoms of infection are related to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection.

      You will have to wait about 24-72 hours for the test result. The quarantine, imposed "automatically" in the EWP system on the day of receiving a referral for the test - lasts until a negative result is obtained, but not longer than 10 days.

      More information about quarantine can be found at: https://www.gov.pl/web/koronawirus

      Preparing for the examination
      It is very important that at least 2 hours before the examination you:

      • do not eat meals,
      • do not drink,
      • do not chew gum,
      • do not rinse your mouth and nose,
      • don't brush your teeth,
      • do not take medication,
      • do not smoke.

      If you do not follow these rules, the test result may be inconclusive and you will have to repeat the test.

      Where to report
      You can find mobile testing centers in many places in Poland - a list with the address, telephone number and opening hours can be found at:

      patient.gov.pl/aktualnosc/test-w-mobilnym-punkcie-pobran

      How to get to your appointment?
      Under no circumstances use public transport or taxis - this way you can expose others to infection with the virus.

      Go to the center by your own means of transport. If you cannot get to your appointment by yourself , please let us know. After receiving such information, we will report it to the Sanitary and Epidemiological Station, which organizes the so-called home swab. In this case, however, the date of the appointment might be postponed even up to 7 days.

      Testing center
      First, you will be asked for your ID card or PESEL number. You must also have the test order number, sent to you by the doctor in the chat during the consultation.

      The medical staff at the testing center will take a swab from your throat or nasopharynx - through the open car window or in a designated place if you arrive on foot.

      Test results
      You can check the test result on your Internet Patient Account at the link: patient.gov.pl/internetowe-konto-pacjenta or ask the doctor Jutro Medical for it in a chat consultation.

      In case of a positive result, you will have to isolate yourself at home:

      • for 10 days from the date of the first symptoms of infection
      • for 10 days from the date of obtaining the test in the case of an asymptomatic course

      After 8-10 days, see your doctor - he will extend the isolation time if symptoms persist.

      In case of a negative result, please report back to us.

      The doctor of Jutro Medical will provide you with further recommendations on how to deal with the infection. If necessary, the doctor will issue a prescription or a medical leave slip note from work or university. 

      Household members and contact persons
      Sanepid will contact you by phone to obtain information about the people you live with and those with whom you have had contact in recent days. They will be placed under a home quarantine.

      Work and sick leave
      The time of quarantine and home isolation is equivalent to sick leave - it is not necessary to issue the so-called ZUS ZLA by a doctor. L4.

      However, remember to inform your employer about the reason for your absence from work. You can provide this information, for example, by phone or e-mail.

      Cost of the test
      Virus tests are financed under the National Health Fund (NFZ) insurance, so you do not incur any additional costs, and thus the test is free.

    • Blood test

      Place and time of taking the blood sample
      Take notice of where the appointment to collect your blood sample was made. You can find information on the location of your appointment in the "My Health" and "Consultations" tabs.

      Before the test:

      • Inform the nurse performing the test about any medication and herbal preparations you are taking,
      • It is recommended (unless otherwise indicated) to take a 12-hour break from eating before taking a blood sample. Ideally, the last meal should be eaten around 18:00 the day before .
      • On the day before the blood test, avoid heavy, fatty meals and refrain from drinking alcohol. Before leaving the house, it is recommended to drink 1-2 glasses of still water on the day when the blood sample will be taken.
      • As a rule, examinations should not be performed after a sleepless night and strenuous exercise. Unless there are specific indications, avoid exercise and stress immediately before drawing the blood, and do not smoke. It's recommended to have a short rest.

      In the case of infants and young children, a light meal may be given prior to collecting the blood sample. Examinations aimed at determining the glucose levels are an exception.

      About the test
      The medical staff at the collection center will take the required amount of blood from you for a specific test into special test tubes, which will be sent to the laboratory on the same day.

    Clinics

    • Where are your facilities?

      In Warsaw we have 3 clinics: at Powązkowska 44 street, at Bagno 2D street and Jurija Gagarina 26 street. In Cracow we have one clinic at Czyżówka 14 street. You can read more about our facilities here.

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    • When is it recommended to have an appointment at the clinic?

      During the online consultation the doctor will assess your situation and if your problem happens to be impossible to solve via the online consultation alone, he will inform you that an appointment in the facility is necessary. Most of the medical problems can be solved online, however not all of them. You can rest assured that the doctor will conduct the medical consultation thoroughly having your safety as a priority and at the right moment he will recommend a personal visit to the clinic, if it's necessary.

    • Where can I test my blood?

      You can do that in our Primary Healthcare facilities in Warsaw. Check them out here.

    • What does signing of the declaration mean?

      By filing a declaration you choose to change your Primary Healthcare doctor and nurse and to register at the Jutro Medical clinic. It means that you are giving up the membership at your previous clinic. Declaring for Jutro Medical you can have online consultations with a general practitioner from anywhere in Poland, stationary appointments however, take place in Warsaw. A referral to a specialist issued by our doctors can be used at any facility honoring the National Health Fund insurance.

    • Are the clinics accessible to people with disabilities?

      Yes, there are restrooms and an elevator suited for people with disabilities. In case of any issues our staff is ready to help!

    • Powązkowska 44, Warsaw - entrance, reception, directions

      Entrance to the clinic
      You will find the entrance to our facility in Warsaw's Żoliborz district in front of (main entrance) and on the right side of the building at Powązkowska 44. Our offices and the reception are on level 1 - that's why people with mobility problems can use the elevator by entering the main entrance to the building.

      Wejście boczne do przychodni Jutro Medical na Żoliborzu

      How to find the reception desk and waiting room?
      Entering the staircase (side entrance), follow the path leading to Jutro Medical offices as well as the reception desk, which is at the end of the corridor on the left.

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      Entering the main entrance, you can reach level 1 by the elevator on the left or by the staircase behind the glass door.

      If you use the elevator, you will find the reception and the waiting room at the end of the corridor, going left immediately when you exit. When you use the staircase, you will see our reception desk in front of you behind the glass door!

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      How to get by public transport?
      If you decide to use public transport, get off at one of the stops below:

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      Stop: Pl. Niemena 02
      Bus line: 103, 180 and Z21
      Distance: 220 m (3 min)

      Stop: Pl. Niemena 03
      Bus line: 321
      Distance: 350 m (4 min)

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      Stop: Elbląska 01
      Bus line: 103 and 180
      Distance: 250 m (3 min)

      Stop: Elbląska 02
      Bus line: 103, 122 and 18
      Distance: 270 m (4 min)

      Stop: Elbląska 04
      Bus lines: 122 and Z21
      Distance: 230 m (3 min)

    • Gagarina 26/U5, Warsaw - entrance, reception, directions

      Entrance to the clinic
      To get to our facility, all you need to do is enter the main entrance and take the stairs or the elevator to the 1st floor.

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      How to find the reception desk and waiting room?
      If you are using the staircase, go to the first floor. On the left side you will see our offices: medical and treatment, and a waiting room. You will find the reception of Jutro Medical behind the glass door on the right-hand side.

      gagarina-clinic-card.jpgNext to the staircase, there is also an elevator in the building - especially recommended for people who have difficulty moving. Take it to the first floor. After exiting the elevator, you will see our offices and a waiting room on your left, while in front of you there is a glass door behind which you will find our reception.

      Wnętrze przychodni Jutro Medical przy Gagarina 26

      How to get by public transport?
      If you decide to use public transport, get off at one of the stops below:

      Stępińska - przystanek autobusowy w Warszawie Stop: Stępińska 02
      Bus line: 131, 167, 168 and 180
      Distance: 130 m (2 min)

      Stop: Stępińska 01
      Bus line: 131, 167 and 168
      Distance: 140 m (2 min)

      Spacerowa - przystanek autobusowy w Warszawie

      Stop: Spacerowa 01
      Bus line: 116, 166 and 503
      Distance: 600 m (7 min)

      Stop: Dolna 02
      Bus line: 116, 119, 166, 195, 501, 503, 519 and 522
      Distance: 700 m (9 min)

      Stop: Spacerowa 02
      Bus line: 166, 180, 116, 503 and 195
      Distance: 550 m (7 min)

    • Bagno 2D, Warsaw - entrance, reception, directions

      Entrance to the clinic
      You will find the entrance to our clinic in Warsaw's Śródmieście district on the right side of the building at Bagno 2. The entrance is marked with the letter "D".

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      Offices and the reception are located on the ground floor - people with mobility problems can easily get to the building. After entering, on the left side you will find a door to our space.

      How to find the reception desk and waiting room?
      Once you enter the building through entrance "D", go to the door on the left. Behind it there is a reception and the waiting room of Jutro Medical.

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      Along the corridor you will find two of our offices - treatment and medical. Our medical assistant at the reception desk will show you the way!

      How to get by public transport?
      If you decide to use public transport, get off at one of the stops below:

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      Stop: Metro Świętokrzyska
      Metro line: M1 and M2
      Distance: 100-300m (2-3 min)

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      Stop: Metro Świętokrzyska 04
      Bus line: 178
      Distance: 170 m (2 min)

      Stop: Metro Świętokrzyska 03
      Bus line: 178 and 517
      Distance: 160m (2 min)

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      Stop: Metro Świętokrzyska 06 and Metro Świętokrzyska 05
      Tram line: 4, 15, 18, 35 and 36
      Distance: 280 m (4 min)

    • Czyżówka 14, Cracow - entrance, reception, directions

      Entrance to the clinic
      You will find the entrance to our clinic under the “Hubpoint” signage. Offices and the reception are located on the 1st floor - you can reach level 1 by the elevator or by the staircase.

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      How to find the reception desk and waiting room?
      After entering the building, you will see in front of you (near the Hubpoint signage) the glass door. Behind them on the right, you will find the elevator and stairs, which will take you to the 1st floor.  

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      Head towards premises 1.07-1.13 on the right. Passing through the glass door, on the left you will see numer 1.07 - this is where our reception, waiting room and offices are located!

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      How to get by public transport?
      If you decide to use public transport, get off at one of the stops below:

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      Stop: Rondo Matecznego
      Bus line: 144, 164, 165, 169, 173, 179, 301, 304, 469, 503, 608, 610, 904
      Tram line: 1, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 19, 20, 24, 50, 64, 73, 74, 75
      Distance: 400-500m ( 6-7 min.)

    • Pułaskiego 42G street, Wroclaw - entrance, reception, directions

      Entrance to the clinic
      To get to our facility, all you need to do is enter the main entrance on the right side of the NFZ board. Our offices and the reception are on the ground floor.

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      How to find the reception desk and waiting room?
      After entering the building, you will see in front of you a blue sign that our space is on the right side. Heading to the right, you will immediately see our reception area, waiting room and offices.

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      How to get by public transport?
      If you decide to use public transport, get off at one of the stops below:

      kosciuszki-pulaskiego-przystanek-wroclaw.jpgStop: Kościuszki or Pułaskiego
      Bus line: 240, 250, 114, 120
      Tram line: 3, 70, 71
      Distance: 100-200m (1-3 min.)

    • Grunwaldzka 43 alley, Gdansk - entrance, reception, directions

      Entrance to the clinic
      It's easy! To get to our facility, all you need to do is enter the main entrance on the right side of the NFZ board.

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      Offices and the reception are located on the ground floor - people with mobility problems can easily get to the building.

      How to find the reception desk and waiting room?
      After entering the building, you will immediately see our reception area and waiting room. Heading to the left of the reception area, you'll find the doctor's office. Behind the reception, deep inside the clinic is the treatment room.

      How to get by public transport?
      If you decide to use public transport, get off at one of the stops below:

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      Stop: Miszewskiego, Uphagena, Matejki, Biała
      Bus line: 124, 115, 168, 199
      Tram line: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12
      Distance: 250-400m ( 3-4 min.)

    Legal information

    • What is the exact list of services under consultations outside the National Health Fund?

      Below you can find a list of services that you can obtain as part of a telemedicine consultation outside the National Health Fund and a list of services for which a consultation with the National Health Fund is required. To get the full range of benefits that you are entitled to under the National Healthcare Fund's Primary Healthcare, make an appointment from Monday to Friday from 8.00 a.m. to 6.00 a.m.

      List of guaranteed benefits that you can also get as part of a telemedicine consultation outside the National Health Fund:
      - prescriptions, including e-prescriptions;
      - e-sick leave slip notes;
      - referrals for hospital treatment, in accordance with Art. 58 of the Act on Services (1);
      - recommendations of an outpatient specialist service referred to in Art. 57 par. 2 of the Act on Services;

      We also provide free diagnostic tests specified in part IV of Annex 1 to the Regulation of the Minister of Health on Primary Healthcare (2), the costs of which we cover from our own funds.

      (1) Act of 27 August 2004 on health care services financed from public funds (Journal of Laws 2021.1285, i.e., of 2021.07.14: "Act on Services").

      (2) Regulation of the Minister of Health of 24 September 2013 on guaranteed services in the field of primary health care (Journal of Laws 2021.540, i.e., of 2021/03/25, "Regulation of the Minister of Health on primary health care").

      List of services financed from public funds that require telemedicine consultation of the National Health Fund:

      - outpatient specialist services referred to in art. 57 of the Act on Services;
      - medical rehabilitation, in accordance with Art. 59 of the Act on Services;
      - diagnostic tests based on a referral from a health care provider, in accordance with Art. 32 of the Act on Services;
      - oncological diagnostics, on the basis of an oncological diagnosis and a treatment card, in accordance with Art. 32a of the Act on Services;
      - orders for medical devices.

    • Application and website regulations

      Our current Application and Website regulations can be found → HERE.

    • Organizational rules

      Our current organizational regulations can be found HERE.

    • The right to use healthcare services financed from public funds

      To use publicly funded healthcare services, you must be entitled to such benefits (e.g., health insurance).

      If you submit a declaration of your right to healthcare services financed from public funds, despite the fact that you do not have one, you are obliged to cover the costs of the services provided to you, unless at the time of submitting the declaration you acted under a justified misconception that you have such a right.

      Don't panic when we ask you about it.

      It may happen that the Electronic Verification of Eligibility of Beneficiaries (eWUŚ) will indicate your status as uninsured during the verification prior to the provision of services, which may mean, for example:

      • your real status
      • a mistake or neglect of formalities, e.g., on the part of the employer
      • or failure of the eWUŚ system 

      The declaration is valid until 23:59 on the day it was submitted.

      If you are sure that you are entitled to services, e.g., thanks to the most popular form of health insurance, and the status of an uninsured person will continue, it is worth asking your employer if he or she has not forgotten to complete the formalities or check this information yourself in the PUE ZUS system or in the Online Patient Account.

      If you have any questions, please contact us at kontakt@jutromedical.com or by telephone on 570 690 376.

      Important! In emergency or life-threatening or health-threatening situations, help can be obtained by calling emergency numbers 112 or 999.

    • Privacy policy

      You can find our privacy policy → HERE. 

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