Room of Infectious Diseases
2nd floor, room 218, phone: 8017-264-01-21
Working hours: Monday to Friday from 9.00AM to 1.00PM.
The core activities of the room of infectious diseases:
- to early detect infectious diseases in patients, provide them with emergency care and refer to them hospitals, if necessary;
- to diagnose, examine and provide outpatient treatment to the patients with infectious or parasitic diseases, if such patients do not need hospitalization;
- to rehabilitate and regularly check up the patients, who had infectious diseases;
- to carry out preventive care activities (to monitor vaccination, to distribute information about infectious diseases, etc.).
Preventive vaccination is a mandatory activity aimed at the prevention of infectious diseases. Immunization of the adults is carried out according to the National calendar of prophylactic immunization. Diphtheria and tetanus vaccines are included in the calendar. Flue, measles, rosella, mumps, hepatitis A and B, varicella vaccines are provided on epidemiological indications.
To learn more about vaccination on epidemiological indications, please, contact us.
Anyone, who wants to have a vaccine against a certain disease, may have it in our outpatient clinic. The prices for vaccines are reasonable.
Remember, prevention is better than cure.