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Highly professional staff, including a paediatrician, and a central Nové Město location. Handy for crises.
Transport Metro Národní třída/tram 6, 9, 18, 21, 22.
Telephone 222 075 120/emergenc
Poliklinika na Národní website
Open 8.30am-5pm Mon-Fri.
This clinic was recommended as "expats friendly", but I wouldn't advise foreigners to go there, and I would like to explain why. I have visited the dermatologist, it was written on the website that the Doctor speaks English. At the beginning of our meeting the Doctor started asking me personal questions, like what I am doing in Prague, where I am from, how do I earn money, how long do I live here. Then I was told that in the given conditions I must speak Czech and the doctor started speaking Czech with me, so I didn't understand much about what she was saying after that. I also asked the doctor to take skin samples for tests or give me a prescription for medication, but she refused to do that and told me to get some usual cosmetics from a pharmacy (like Bioderma), which as I said in the beginning might have been causing the problem. So in the end I had no diagnosis and felt discriminated against for the price of 1300 CZK.
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