Information for foreign patients not entitled to free healthcare services
- In order to start treatment at the Center of Oncology of the Lublin Region St. Jana z Dukli patients from abroad (unauthorized persons for free health care services) should report to the COZL General Registration, which is open from Monday to Friday from 7-18 (tel. 81 454 1000) or to the Hospital Reception Room (24h).
- The Registration Employee or the Admission Chamber informs about the possibility of taking advantage of the benefit by providing an available date including first of all persons entitled to free health care services entered into the list waiting for health care in COZL and the value of such benefit based on the current price list for patients not entitled to free health benefits.
- Detailed information on general admission and treatment conditions is provided by the Department of Medical Statisticstel. 81 454 1758
- The price list for advice and tests for patients not entitled to free health services is available on the website www.cozl.pl in the Patient tab.
Information about COZL
Center of Oncology of the Lublin Region St. Jana z Dukli in Lublin is the largest oncology hospital in the Lublin region and the only full-scale, highly specialized oncology center in both the Lublin Province and in Eastern Poland.
The accreditation certificate obtained in 2016 confirms meeting high quality requirements in the care of oncological patients. In addition to the treatment of cancer, the Center conducts scientific, preventive and didactic activities as well as clinical trials. Patients are treated by high-class specialists and with the help of specialized equipment.
COZL provides health services in the following areas: clinical oncology, general oncology, hematooncology, immunology, radiotherapy, brachytherapy, oncological surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, gynecological surgery, reconstructive surgery, anesthesiology and intensive care, imaging diagnostics, gastrointestinal endoscopy, ostomy - proctology, oncological gynecology, oncological otolaryngology, pain treatment, genetic research, ophthalmology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, oncology urology, oncology orthopedics, audiology, phoniatrics, cancer prevention, rehabilitation, palliative care, nursing care, psychology and clinical psychology.
As part of the COZL, there are 13 departments, including: Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care, General Surgery, Oncological Surgery, Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery, two departments of Oncology Gynecology, Hematology, Clinical Immunology, Clinical Oncology, Otorhinolaryngology, two Radiotherapy, Urology and Operational Block units 7. operating rooms and Central Sterilization.
Currently, patients are treated in the hospital with 284 stationary beds and 19 day beds. Patients have at their disposal safe and comfortable 1-, 2-, 3- person rooms with their own bathrooms.
Proper health assessment and effective therapy require accurate imaging, laboratory and histopathological diagnostics. The fully equipped COZL Diagnostic Department includes: General X-ray laboratory, mammography lab, USG studio, CT laboratory and MRI laboratory.
The Medical Diagnostic Laboratory COZL offers a wide range of basic and specialist research in the fields of: hematology, hemostasis, general analytics, biochemistry, serology, transfusion, hormonal diagnostics, diagnostics, oncology, immunological diagnostics, virology and microbiology. The Department of Cancer Pathology, functioning within the framework of the COZL, performs full histopathological, cytological (aspiration thin-needle aspiration cytology), histo-and immunohistochemistry.
As part of the Radiotherapy and Brachytherapy Department, the Oncology Center currently has the following radiotherapy equipment: high-energy accelerators with the IMRT, IGRT, and EPID option; simulators; CT for planning with the option of virtual simulation; HDR brachytherapy apparatus; HDR brachytherapy apparatus in operating room conditions with CT; 3D / IMRT / SRS / Brachy planning systems.
In COZL, chemotherapy or chemoimmunotherapy standard, non-standard and highly specialized drug programs are implemented.
Since mid-2015, COZL within the Hematology Department has been conducting comprehensive diagnostics and therapy of patients requiring hospitalization and treatment of hematopoietic and lymphatic system diseases, acute and chronic leukaemias, Hodgkin's lymphoma, non-Gypsy lymphomas, plasmocytoma myeloma and others requiring hospitalization and treatment of non-cancerous hematopoietic system diseases bleeding blemishes.
Malignant neoplasms are a growing health, social and economic problem in Poland, all over the world. It means the need to provide comprehensive health care which is provided by COZL.