Medical insurance and facilities  

The students are expected to have health insurance from their home countries that cover their stay abroad. It is advisable to have a health insurance that includes hospital care. In the Czech Republic health insurance policies valid within EU are mostly recognized. Nevertheless you should check the validity of your health insurance prior to departure for the Czech Republic.

The Czech Republic has concluded bilateral agreements laying down provisions for the mutual provision free of charge of necessary and urgent health care to its nationals with the following European countries. For non-EU citizens, you'll generally have to pay cash (except in certain situations) and then get it back with your insurance provider afterwards,

The General Practitioner who secures medical care for students of JAMU is MUDr. Irena Merlíčková. Her consulting office is situated in the city centre near the Faculty of Theatre.

The office hours are following:

Monday 07:30 - 13:00
Tuesday 07:30 - 12:30
Wednesday 07:30 - 13:00
Thursday 07:30 - 12:30
Friday 07:30 - 12:00

Students are also allowed to use the services of the following specialists: Stomotology, gynecology, phoniatry
Further information about consulting hours are to be found on the webpage:
JAMU Physicians