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A new outpatient clinic in Bielany

published: 2018-06-21 12:33, mlan
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Cutting-edge diagnostics equipment, comfortable conditions for patients and personnel, convenient surgeries, accessibility for people with disabilities – this is the new municipal outpatient clinic at 26 B Klaudyny St. in a nutshell. The facility will see its first patients, including adults and children, on 2 July.


This outpatient clinic is another place in service of Varsovians,” Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, Mayor of Warsaw, said during the opening ceremony of the clinic. “Lately, we have had many reasons to smile – we are building new and opening modernised healthcare facilities.”

The clinic at 26 B Klaudyny St. was established in a service pavilion which was extended to span 4 storeys and extensively refurbished. The project has resulted in the establishment of a modern medical facility providing comprehensive services, including basic healthcare for children and adults, dentistry, ophthalmology, gynaecology, cardiology and endoscopy.

The facility was provided with state-of-the-art equipment facilitating precise testing, including an OCT machine capable of performing angiography, an ophthalmic perimeter, an impression tonometer, a slit lamp with lenses, a manual keratometer, an ophthalmic laser, a USG machine with the UBM option, a fetal heart rate monitor, a dental unit, an ECG device and endoscopic laboratory equipment.
So far, the clinic has cost nearly PLN 14 million, including a PLN 1.2 million subsidy from the City of Warsaw.