Students from EU/EEA countries are entitled to medical services on the basis of form E-111, European Card of Health Insurance or equivalent. The forms should be obtained from students’ national health services before their trip to Poland. They should be presented upon registration at a public medical centre.
For further information see www.nfz.gov.pl (Health care in Poland)
ERASMUS+ students are advised to consult doctors at the Szczecin Health Centre (Szczecińskie Centrum Zdrowia):
- ul. Bohaterów Warszawy 51
open: Monday – Friday, 7.30-18.00
(+4891) 885-48-10, 501-749-768
- al. Wojska Polskiego 97
Monday – Friday 7.30 – 18.00
+91 422 12 87
Students from non EU/EEA countries who don’t have a health insurance that covers their entire period of stay, should purchase it immediately after their arrival to Poland (it is suggested that travel insurance should cover the travel and initial stay). Monthly cost is ca. 50 – 60 PLN
Zachodniopomorski Oddział Wojewódzki NFZ (local National Health Fund)
ul. Arkońska 45, 71-470 Szczecin,
tel. (+48 91) 425 10 00, fax (+48 91) 425 11 88, e-mail: email@example.com
If you do not require ambulance, but still require professional emergency help, eg. broken arm, very high fewer (39,5-40°) – there are hospitals in Szczecin – please check the nearest one and go.
If you have to go to the doctors, but due to weekend/late hour cannot get an appointment, there are special medical centers opened during night hours and on weekends – please check the nearest one and go.
Here’s a map with medical centers and hospitals:
Phone for all emergencies: 112
the consultants will choose and send a proper service – police / ambulance / fire dept.
Emergency phones for:
1. ambulances: 999
2. fire dept.: 998
3. police: 997