Поиск по сайту

Опрос

Владеете ли Вы информацией о платных услугах, предоставляемых Речицкой ЦРБ? Если Да - откуда узнали?
 
Chargeable healthcare services

EXTRACT from the price-list

for chargeable healthcare services provided

to foreign citizens by Rechitsa Central Regional Hospital Healthcare Facility

*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* 

For all questions please call the numbers bellow: 

+375 (44) 542 42 60, +375 2340 4-45-65 – Coordinator for paid services (Elena Shevelenko)

+375 2340 4-46-28 – Economist for paid services (Elena Asadchaya)

+375 (44) 597 96 39, +375 2340 4-45-65 – Coordinator for insured persons (Marina Dolgolapteva)

+375 2340 4-44-38 – Deputy Chief Doctor on medical care of population of the region (Sergey Tananykin) 

Address: Health Institution “Rechitsa central regional hospital”, Gomel region, Rechitsa, 117 Trifonova str.

Directions: From the railway station (“Vokzal” buss stop) take buss No 6, or 1L, or 1p, or route taxi No 16 to “Poliklinika” buss stop.

*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*

SPECIALISED MEDICAL CONSULTATION –

By medical specialist of the 2-d qualification grade –

of therapeutical speciality – 35.65

at night time – 46.35

on holidays and red-letter days – 53.48

at night time on holidays – 64.17

of surgical specility – 35.65

at night time – 46.35

on holidays and red-letter days – 53.48

at night time on holidays – 64.17

By medical specialist of the 1-st qualification grade –

of therapeutical speciality – 36.80

at night time – 47.83

on holidays and red-letter days – 55.19

at night time on holidays – 66.23

of surgical specility – 36.80

at night time – 47.83

on holidays and red-letter days – 55.19

at night time on holidays – 66.23

By medical specialist of the highest qualification grade –

of therapeutical speciality – 38.44

at night time – 49.97

on holidays and red-letter days – 57.66

at night time on holidays – 69.19

of surgical specility – 38.44

at night time – 49.97

on holidays and red-letter days – 57.66

at night time on holidays – 69.19

By medical specialist, Doctorate degree in medicine –

of therapeutical speciality – 41.70

at night time – 54.20

on holidays and red-letter days – 62.54

at night time on holidays – 75.05

of surgical specility – 41.70

at night time – 54.20

at night time on holidays – 62.54

at night time on holidays – 75.05

 

IN-PATIENT HOSPITAL STAY –

Rendering medical service at day in-patient hospital – 27.69

Rendering medical service at 24-h in-patient hospital – 67.78

Rendering medical service in an intensive care and resuscitation unit – 521.48

Individual doctor's duty –

Individual doctor's duty (12 hours) – 555.77

Individual doctor's duty (24 hours) – 1111.55

Individual nurse's duty –

Individual nurse's duty (12 hours) – 380.35

Individual nurse's duty (24 hours) – 760.71

 

MASSAGE –

Massage of collar zone (rear surface of neck, back up to the level of IV dorsal vertebra, front surface of thorax up to the 2-d rib) – 7.74

Massage of upper limb – 7.74

Massage of upper limb, shoulder girdle and shoulder bone area – 8.64

Massage of shoulder-joint (upper third of arm, shoulder-joint area and shoulder girdle of cognominal side) – 5.29

Massage of elbow joint (upper third of forearm, elbow joint area and lower third of shoulder) – 5.29

Massage of wrist joint (proximal section of hand, wrist joint area and forearm) – 5.29

Massage of hand and forearm – 5.29

Massage of thorax area (area of front surface of thorax from front borders of shoulder girdles up to rib archs and back area from VII to I lumbar vertebra) – 12.64

Massage of back (from VII cervical to I lumbar vertebra and from left to right middle axillary furrow, for children - including lumbosacral area) – 7.74

Massage of muscles of anterior abdominal wall – 5.29

Massage of lumbosacral area (from I lumbar vertebra to lower gluteal folds) – 5.29

Sectional massage of lumbosacral area – 7.74

Massage of back and lumbus (from VII neck vertebra to sacrum and from left to right middle of axillary furrow) – 10.19

Massage of cervicothoracicus region of spine (posterior surface of neck and back up to the first lumbar vertebra and from left to right back and axillary line) – 10.19

Segmental massage of cervical-thoracic region of spine – 12.90

Massage of spine region (posterior surface of neck, back and lumbosacral area from left to right posterior axillary line) – 12.64

Massage of lower limb – 7.74

Massage of lower limb and waist (area of foot, lower leg, thigh, gluteal and lumbosacral areas) – 10.19

Massage of hip joint (upper third of thigh, hip joint area and gluteal region of the same side) – 5.29

Massage of knee joint (upper third of leg, region of knee joint and lower third of thigh) – 5.29

Massage of ankle joint (proximal part of foot, region of ankle joint and lower third of lower leg) – 5.29

Massage of foot, lower leg – 5.29

 

PHYSIOTHERAPY –

Electropathy –

Galvanic stimulation - general, local – 4.42

Electrophoresis with constant, pulse currents – 6.19

Electrical stimulation of neuromuscular structures in region of corpus, limbs – 7.97

Diadynamic therapy – 7.97

Amplipulse therapy – 7.97

Electrotherapy with pulse currents of low frequency – 7.97

Darsonvalization, local – 8.41

Franklinization, general – 2.64

Franklinization, local – 4.42

Ultrahigh-frequency therapy – 4.42

Decimeter wave therapy – 4.42

Centimeter wave therapy – 4.42

Magnetotherapy, local – 4.42

Classical acupuncture – 24.41

Phototherapy –

Biodose determination – 4.42

Ultraviolet radiation, general – 4.42

Ultraviolet radiation, local – 4.42

Laser therapy, percutaneous magnetic laser therapy – 4.42

Impacts by factors of mechanical nature –

Ultrasound therapy – 8.09

Sonic phoresis – 8.03

Mechanical hardware massage on massage bed, massage chair – 7.94

Mechanical hardware massage on massage bed, massage chair with local thermal therapy – 10.05

Mechanical hardware massage on massage bed with electrical stimulation of muscles – 10.05

Paraffin, ozocerite applications – 8.46

Medical inhalations – 3.32

Ultrasound inhalations – 3.23

Pneumocompression therapy – 10.97

Pneumocompression therapy (with no stockings and gel) – 6.13

 

GENERAL PURPOSE MANIPULATIONS –

Intramuscular injection – 8.12

Intravenous drop infusion of 200 ml drug solution – 19.63

Intravenous drop infusion of 400 ml drug solution – 29.17

Intravenous drop infusion of 800 ml drug solution – 63.80

Subcutaneous injection – 6.21

Intravenous stream infusion of drugs – 11.68

Intradermal injection – 6.31

Gastric lavage – 55.79

Blood pressure measurement – 4.55

 

MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS –

Examinations by specialists –

General physician – 11.92

Neurologist – 11.72

Ophthalmologist – 13.63

Otorhinolaryngologist – 12.15

Surgeon – 12.60

Врачом-фтизиатром – 15.59

Dentist – 12.92

Obstetrician-gynaecologist – 20.49

Psychiatrist – 18.64

Infectiologist – 17.30

Dermatovenerologist – 18.84

Urologist – 14.71

Narcologist – 15.30

Making final expert solution by medical specialist – 15.98

Registration of person under medical certification by medical record administrator – 4.66

Cold test – 8.54

Vibration sensitivity – 3.49

Audiometry – 36.93

Dynamometry – 1.20

Transportation of person accompanied by health worker –

Transportation of person accompanied by health worker (per hour) – 22.85

Cost of transport services for transportation of persons (per hour) – 5.55

Cost of services per 1 km of transportation mean haul (per 1 km) – 0.29

 

REMEDIAL EXERCISES –

Fitball gymnastics with music: –

by individual method of exercising – 14.18

by small group method of exercising (up to 5 persons) – 4.73

by group method of exercising (6 to 15 persons) – 2.84

Gymnastics aimed at body shaping: –

by individual method of exercising – 14.18

by small group method of exercising (up to 5 persons) – 4.73

by group method of exercising (6 to 15 persons) – 2.84

Mechanical treatment –

Mechanical treatment using unit-type devices – 7.09

Mechanical treatment using exercising fasilities – 9.46

Mechanical treatment using training devices – 9.46

 

ADDICTOLOGY –

Provision of social and psychological assistance by narcologist to relatives of narcological profile patient – 7.97

Treatment of alcohol withdrawal syndrome (drug therapy) – 155.12

Treatment of alcohol withdrawal syndrome by acupuncture method – 340.59

Implantation of "esperal" drug – 179.80

Intravenous administration of "Disulfiram" drugs, placebo –

magnesium sulfate – 139.65

Tobacco consumption treatment with acupuncture – 304.25

Examination for admission to work – 4.54

Examination to establish the fact of use of alcohol, drugs and intoxicative inhalants and alcohol status – 52.06

 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY –

Consultation of obstetrician-gynecologist –

of 2-d grade – 35.65

of 1-st grade – 36.80

of the highest grade – 38.44

Consultation of obstetrician-gynecologist including gynecological set –

of 2-d grade – 37.42

of 1-st grade – 38.57

of the highest grade – 40.21

Simple colposcopy – 42.29

Simple colposcopy including gynecological set – 42.71

Administration of intrauterine contraception means – 34.19

Removal of intrauterine contraception means – 32.93

Vacuum aspiration with anesthesia – 48.80

Medical abortion with examination and anesthesia – 141.67

Medical abortion with examination and anesthesia (without oxytocin and metilergometrina) – 136.21

Individual preparation of pregnant women for childbirth and breastfeeding – 145.35

Family preparation for childbirth with the partner – 339.13

Diagnostic laparoscopy – 33.61

Operation by cauterization and resection of the Fallopian tubes (sterilization). – 157.90

Organization of day and night care for maternity patient and newborn during the postpartum period in the absence of medical indications – 134.74

Organization of round the clock care for the patient in the gynecology department in the absence of medical indications – 122.65

Organization of round the clock care for pregnant woman in the pregnancy pathology department in the absence of medical indications – 123.85

Individual management of birth – 97.33

Smear for flora examination – 9.05

Cytologic screening – 11.87

Hysterosalpinography – 1.40

Ultrasonography of uterus – 68.43

Ultrasonography of mammary glands – 55.15

Echocardiography of fetal heart – 132.02

Foetus during 1-st trimester, 11 to 14 weeks – 75.93

General blood analysis – 16.68

General urine analysis – 12.55

Blood chemistry – 40.91

Lewis control for EIA RW – 26.82

 

IMMUNOPROPHYLAXIS –

Vaccination procedures –

Intramuscularly, subcutaneously, intradermally – 18.22

 

LABORATORY RESEARCH –

General blood analysis – 16.70

Platelet count – 7.23

Reticulocytes count – 5.63

Complete blood count – 26.56

General urine analysis – 12.56

Determination of bleeding time – 4.27

Determination of blood clotting time – 5.91

Blood grouping – 8.23

Determination of Rh-factor – 7.90

Venous blood glucose – 8.71

Finger blood glucose – 6.29

Urine analysis for glucose – 3.81

Nechiporenko urine test – 5.87

Detection of Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Trichomonas – 9.27

Smear for flora analysis – 9.05

Cytological screening – 11.87

Blood chemistry – 38.71

Determination of cholesterol – 8.21

Determination of total protein – 7.27

Prothrombin test – 1.76

Coagulogram – 16.70

Coprology – 19.93

Stool ova & parasites test – 6.33

Scraping for enterobiasis – 6.34

Thymol turbidity test – 7.24

Lewis control EIA (syphilis), RW – 19.56

Determination of hormones by enzyme immunoassay with semi automated calculation – 16.63

Determination of the same grade immunoglubulins to Chlamydia trachomatis – 15.46

Microprecipitation test – 9.47

Toxoplasmosis – 9.51

Diagnosis of urea and mycoplasmosis – 59.82

Determination of hepatitis B and C, HIV – 14.76

Sputum culture – 28.18

 

OPHTHALMOLOGY –

Correction of abnormal refraction – 34.94

Selection of contact lenses (primary) – 52.23

Selection of contact lenses (occasional) – 22.71

Examination of fields of vision (perimetry) – 24.32

Examination of the anterior eye segment using slit lamp (biomicroscopy) – 12.66

Measurement of intraocular pressure (tonometry) – 19.44

Daily tonometry – 36.91

Autorefractometry – 16.30

Gonioscopy – 22.88

Fundus examination with fundus lens – 33.06

Ophthalmoscopy (fundus examination) – 20.38

Smear from conjunctiva for research for flora and sensitivity to antibiotics – 20.99

Washing of lacrimal canals – 27.97

Epilation of eyelashes – 22.88

 

OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY –

Removal of cerumen – 16.54

Lavage of lacunas of tonsils – 16.47

 

X-RAY EXAMINATIONS –

X-ray examinations –

X-ray examinations of intrathoracic organs –

fluoroscopy of intrathoracic organs –

fluoroscopy (general) thoracic cavity: –

in one projection – 17.83

in two projections – 27.32

X-ray of abdominal cavity – 6.26

examination of stomach using traditional methods – 9.38

Duodenography – 10.23

Enterography – 18.82

irrigoscopy – 18.72

irrigoscopy with double contrast – 16.09

X-ray of spine region in one projection – 17.30

X-ray of spine region in two projections – 25.29

X-ray of peripheral parts of skeleton –

in one projection – 17.30

in two projections – 25.29

radiography of cranium –

in two projections – 17.30

radiography of paranasal sinuses – 16.66

radiography of temporomandibular joint – 24.73

radiography of mandibula – 24.71

radiography of nose bones – 16.66

radiography of temporal bone – 24.71

radiography of collarbone – 16.72

radiography of ribs – 25.29

radiography of breastbone – 8.45

functional study of spine on film – 35.06

radiography of pelvic bones – 17.83

descending urography – 15.19

general radiography of mammary glands: –

in one projection – 16.92

 

X-RAY COMPUTERED TOMOGRAPHY –

x-ray computered tomography of cerebrum without contrast enhancement: – 71.07

x-ray computered tomography of cerebrum with contrast enhancement: –

by technology Optiray – 111.56

by technology Omnipaque – 70.79

x-ray computered tomography of facial bones without contrast ehancement: – 57.11

computered tomography of facial bones with contrast ehancement: –

by technology Optiray – 107.29

by technology Omnipaque – 119.29

computered tomography of neck without contrast ehancement: – 71.07

computered tomography of neck with contrast ehancement: –

by technology Optiray – 111.56

by technology Omnipaque – 114.56

computered tomography of thoracic organs (lungs and mediastinum) without contrast ehancement: – 85.02

computered tomography of thoracic organs (lungs and mediastinum) with contrast ehancement: –

by technology Optiray – 129.65

by technology Omnipaque – 141.65

computered tomography of abdominal cavity organs without contrast ehancement: – 72.36

computered tomography of abdominal cavity organs with contrast ehancement: –

by technology Optiray – 115.83

by technology Omnipaque – 127.83

computered tomography of lower pelvis without contrast ehancement: – 69.31

computered tomography of lower pelvis with contrast ehancement: –

by technology Optiray – 111.56

by technology Omnipaque – 123.56

computered tomography of vertebral segment without contrast ehancement: – 60.16

x-ray computered tomography of spine region without contrast ehancement: –

by technology Optiray – 69.31

by technology Omnipaque – 69.31

x-ray computered tomography of spine region with contrast ehancement: –

by technology Optiray – 111.56

by technology Omnipaque – 123.56

x-ray computered tomography of bones and joints without contrast ehancement: – 69.31

x-ray computered tomography of bones and joints with contrast ehancement: –

by technology Optiray – 75.41

by technology Omnipaque – 75.41

computered tomografic angiography: –

by technology Optiray – 176.99

by technology Omnipaque – 188.99

Special imaging techniques: –

MPR, MIP, MinIP, SSD, curvilinear reconstruction – 52.77

volume restoration with color mapping – 63.32

volume calculation – 63.32

comparison of computere tomograpgy studies in dinamics в динамике – 52.77

applicable organ-specific programs (osteodensitometry, dental, pulmonary, perfusion, vascular, cardiac, etc.) – 13.82

recording X-ray studies on disc – 2.50

 

ULTRASOUND DIAGNOSTICS –

ultrasound examination of abdominal cavity organs: –

liver, gall bladder without determining the function: – 33.21

pancreas: – 33.21

spleen: – 22.25

ultrasound examination of genitourinary system: –

kidneys and adrenal glands: – 44.18

urinary bladder: – 22.25

bladder with determination of residual urine: – 6.52

kidneys, adrenal glands and urinary bladder: – 10.60

prostate – 10.51

scrotum – 6.43

uterus and appendages (transvagina methodl): – 44.30

fetus in the I trimester from 11 to 14 weeks of pregnancy: – 49.11

fetus in the II and III trimester of pregnancy: – 49.20

abdominal organs and kidneys (liver and gall bladder without determining the function, pancreas, spleen, kidneys and adrenal glands, intestines without liquid filling): – 110.09

ultrasound examination of other organs: –

Thyroid gland with superficial lymph nodes – 44.18

mammary glands with superficial lymph nodes: – 55.15

paired joints: – 39.39

lymph nodes – 4.48

duplex scanning of vessels of the umbilical cord: – 33.30

duplex scanning of fetal and uterus vessels: – 55.24

echocardiography (M – B mode – Doppler – color mapping): – 131.93

brachiocephalic artery – 24.89

of arteries and veins – 24.89

 

FUNCTIONAL DIAGNOSTICS –

electrocardiographic examinations: –

12-lead electrocardiogram: –

12-lead electrocardiogram without functional tests – 15.31

electrocardiographic examination with continuous daily recording of patient ECG: –

electrocardiographic examination with continuous daily recording of patient ECG: (standard Holter monitoring) – 90.66

electrocardiographic examination under graduated exercise – 90.70

rheovasography of upper and lower limbs (2 segments) without functional tests – 12.92

rheoencephalography (2 symmetrical sections) – 15.37

examination of extarnal respiratory function without functional tests – 15.19

Dynamic blood pressure study with continuous daily registration (24-hour blood pressure monitoring ) – 13.03

Electroencephalography with functional tests – 10.60

 

ENDOSCOPIC EXAMINATIONS –

Diagnostic tests –

Esophagogastroduodenoscopy: – 67.03

Bronchoscopy – 62.57

Rectosigmocolonoscopy: – 103.96

Therapeutic and diagnostic studies –

Esophagogastroduodenoscopy: – 80.45

Bronchoscopy – 62.57

Rectosigmocolonoscopy: – 150.95

 

SURGERY –

Primary surgical debridement – 28.03

Furunculus opening and drainage – 27.30

Removing maturated tumor – 59.63

Panaritium opening – 27.39

Primary treatment of burns – 47.06

Nail removal – 30.34

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy – 113.69

Hernia repair of inguinal hernia using alloplasty – 152.37

Hernia repair of umbilical hernia using alloplasty – 109.70

Hernia repair of inguinal hernia (simple) – 88.10

Hernia repair of umbilical hernia (simple) – 85.71

Surgical manipulations –

Bandaging – 13.64

Plaster bar application – 33.26

Plaster bar removal – 15.80

Reduction of deformity – 32.22

Intra-articular blockade – 16.90

 

UROLOGY –

Rectal prostate examination – 10.72

Prostatic fluid test – 10.72

Massage of prostate, obtaining secretion (1 session) – 10.72

Instillation into anterior urethra – 10.58

Posterior urethral instillation – 10.58

Cystoscopy – 47.06

Electroresection of urethral polyp – 80.81

Electroresection of genital warts – 45.11

Short frenulum plasty – 45.11

Circular circumcision – 143.25

Oleogranuloma removal – 143.25

 
 

Сайт Президента РБ   Сайт Министерства здравоохранения РБ  Сайт Управления здравоохранения Гомельского облисполкома  Сайт Речицкого райисполкома  
Сайт Федерации профсоюзов РБ Сайт Здоровые люди Сайт Гомельской обл. организации Белорусского профсоюза работников здравоохранения
Сайт БелМАПО     Сайт БГМУ     Сайт УО Мозырский государственный медицинский колледж      Сайт УО Гомельский государственный медицинский колледж
счетчик посещений