Emergency contact information


Please consult your doctor first.

Emergency cases are examined by our Emergency Outpatient Services.

*After-hour emergency care is limited to cases that require immediate attention and cannot be left untreated until regular hospital hours.
The doctor on duty may see cases outside their area of expertise, and patients may be asked to see a specialist at a later date upon release.
However, in cases of hospitalization or emergency surgery, a specialist will be summoned to perform the treatment.

What to bring

  • health insurance card

  • medical care certificate for the elderly

Necessary documents for receiving treatment at night or on holidays.

*If you have a letter of introduction or a medical examination card from our hospital, please submit these as well.
*For acute pain or conditions requiring immediate attention, please inform our staff.

Emergency Consultation Process

1. Wait in the waiting room for Emergency Outpatient Services

2. Enter the examination room when your name is called

3. After your examination, pay at the Emergency Reception Desk

*Emergency visits are seen by the doctor on duty regardless of their field of expertise.
*As a rule, we advise patients to see a specialist for further examination upon release.

Make sure you have a General Practitioner (GP)

What is a family doctor?

General Practitioners are personal doctors who are closely familiar with an individual patient’s physical condition, medical history and overall health. They provide examinations and medical advice on a regular basis.

It is important that you discuss your and your family’s health and illnesses with them. In case of an emergency, you should be able to contact them and get a letter of introduction to an appropriate medical facility.