KORONAVIRUS – information here

Employees of companies residing in the Czech Republic, foreigners permanently residing in the Czech Republic or foreigners who have been granted asylum or supplementary protection are entitled to participate in public health insurance. If you are not enrolled in public health insurance, you are required to obtain commercial health insurance. Foreigners with a short-time visa may have insurance covering necessary and acute care only but foreign citizens with a long-term visa or long-term residence permit are obliged to have comprehensive health insurance. EU citizens can receive medical care upon submitting the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).

Department of integration of foreigners and national minorities – tel. 220 144 190, 603 372 148 (counselling services, assistance when dealing with local authorities, etc.)

Prague 7 City District Authority

U Průhonu 1338/38
Praha 7
170 00

Office hours   
Mon and Wed 7.30–12.00, 13.00–18.00
Tue, Thu, Fri by appointment

Polyclinic Strossmayerovo nám. 6, Praha 7

– Health centre Holešovice, Tovární 1342/12, 170 00 Praha 7

The nearest emergency:

– Na Bulovce University Hospital, Budínova 2, Praha 8, tel.: 266 083 301, 303

– Motol University Hospital, V Úvalu 84, Praha 5, tel: 224 438 590

– Municipal Health Centre Prague, Spálená 12, Praha 1, tel.: 222 924 295

Foreign and private patient department

– Motol University Hospital, health care services for foreign citizens without public health insurance are provided here

V Úvalu 84, Praha 5, tel. 224 433 681 (682), cizinecke@fnmotol.cz