The list of documents required for emergency hospitalization:
- Referral from clinic or accompanying documents of Emergency Duty Teams, EDT.
- Birth certificate or child passport (for children over 14 years of age).
- Passport of one of the parents or passport of another legal representative (guardians, adoptive parents).
- A notarized power of attorney from a legal representative for the right to sign documents and represent the interests of the child in medical institutions in his absence.
- A compulsory medical insurance policy, or supplemental medical insurance policy if it is available.
An appointment booking for paid hospitalization is carried out by calling: +7 (812) 506-06-06, (ext.number # 1226), +7 (921) 935-39-19 on weekdays from 9:30 AM to 5 PM or in the paid services department (Ligovsky prospekt, 8, entrance from Grecheskiy prospekt through the Reception Department).
The Chief State Medical Officer of St. Petersburg issued the Decrees No. 2 of 16.03.2020 and No. 3 of 23.03.2020 for compliance by medical organizations with the anti-epidemic measures in the Center, under which:
- admission of parents, visitors is prohibited (until special order);
- patient information can be obtained by calling +7 (812) 506-06-06;
- transfer of personal belongings and products (NOT MORE than 2 packages each weighing up to 2 kg) to the departments is carried out through a help window at Ligovsky Ave., 8. The window is available from 8.00 AM to 19.30 PM (entrance from Greek Avenue).
Attention! When collecting a transfer, carefully review the list of products and personal items that are prohibited from transferring:
IT IS FORBIDDEN TO TRANSFER:
- food products with expired shelf life, signs of spoilage and contamination;
- carbonated drinks (coca-cola, etc.) - chips, crumbs, chewing gum, etc.;
- factory or home canned products (fish, meat, vegetable);
- homemade or industrial salads;
- homemade or industrial dumplings, pancakes;
- pate, frying products;
- any sausage products;
- salty, dried, cold smoked fish (non-heat treatment). Any seafood or caviar;
- eggs, omelettes;
- any confectionery containing cream or chocolate;
- pasteurized milk, sour cream, cottage cheese, butter;
- mushrooms and any dishes from them;
- alcohol products, tobacco products, e-cigarettes;
- any medications;
- household chemicals and other caustic, toxic, poisonous, explosive, flammable substances;
- any sharp objects (knives, scissors, needles, spokes, forks);
- weapons, including gas and electroshock or other objects that can be used as weapons;
- electric heating devices, reboilers;
- matches, lighters;
- prams and other, dimensional and/or injurious objects.