Students' health and well being

Students' health and well being

Make sure to have a valid health insurance during your study period in Zagreb.

If you have a EU citizenship, you should have a European Health Insurance Card.

You may also have an international health insurance policy, in which case you will need to pay for the examination when you visit a doctor and afterwards you can be refunded from your insurance company for the medical costs that incurred.

Detailed information about it you could find at web site of Croatian Health Insurance Fund. http://www.hzzo.hr/en

These are the doctors you can contact in case you have health issues:

MULTIDISCIPLINARY COUNSELING SERVICE
School of Medicine Centre for Health Activity
Physicians:
Vera Musil, MD, PhD
Dragan Soldo, MD
Associated Professor Tea Vukušić Rukavina, MD, PhD
Danko Relić, MD
Marjeta Majer, MD, PhD

ADDRESS: Šalata 4 (ground floor-left), 10 000 Zagreb
WORKING HOURS: (Monday - Friday)

The physicians are available in the office and on the phone (01/4590 297):
Even dates – afternoon: 1.00 p.m.-5.00 p.m.
Odd dates – morning: 8.00 a.m.-12.00 a.m.

Phone (during working hours): 01 4590 297
Appointment booking is required on e-mail: studamb@mef.hr
For consultation, please bring vaccination card and relevant medical documentation.

DENTAL MEDICINE
Danijela Klobučar
ADDRESS: Martićeva 63 a
Phone: 01 4604 121
WORKING HOURS
even dates – morning: : 7am-1.30pm ; uneven dates – afternoon: 1-7.30pm

EMERGENCY MEDICAL ASSISTANCE INSTITUTE
If it's a weekend / bank holiday, you should go to the EMERGENCY MEDICAL ASSISTANCE INSTITUTE located in Heinzlova 88. This hospital receives accident victims and patients with sudden, serious illnesses 24-hours a day.

In emergencies for which an ambulance is needed dial 112!

112 is the emergency number for fire, ambulance and police. You will be asked to explain what has happened, where it has happened and from which number you are calling.



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