SPECIALIST ONCOLOGY OUTPATIENT CLINIC

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SPECIALIST ONCOLOGY OUTPATIENT CLINIC

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Outpatient Clinic Manager:

  • Piotr Hudziec, MD, Ph.D.

 

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Chief nurse of the Oncology Outpatient Clinic:

  • Iwona Dudzic

 

The Oncology Outpatient Clinic is staffed by the speicialists from the DCO departments and:

 

Physicians:

 

  • Beata Mikuła, MD
    (laryngologist)
  • Artur Rozciecha, MD
    surgical oncologist
  • Krzysztof Szewczyk, MD, Ph.D.
    surgical oncologist
  • Henryk Szymkiewicz MD
    gynecologist
UNITS:

The Specialist Oncology Outpatient Clinic consists of the following units:

  • Surgical Oncology Unit
  • Radiation Therapy Unit
  • Chemotherapy Unit
  • Gynecologic Radiation Therapy Unit
  • Gynecologic Oncology Unit
  • Breast Disease Prevention Unit

 

Pursuant to art. 57 of the Act of 27 August 2004 on healthcare services financed from public funds „Specialist outpatient services financed from public funds are provided on the basis of a referral issued by a health insurance physician”.

REFERRALS:

A PHYSICIANS REFERRAL IS REQUIRED FOR THE FOLLOWING UNITS:

  • surgical oncology
  • endoscopy laboratory
  • computed tomography (CT)
  • magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  • palliative medicine and home hospice care
  • PET-CT laboratory

A PHYSICIANS REFERRAL IS NOT REQUIRED FOR THE FOLLOWING UNITS:

  • radiation therapy unit
  • chemotherapy unit

The Specialist Oncology Outpatient Clinic also includes:

  • Operatory room where minor surgical procedures (e.g. cryotherapy) are performed.
  • (surgical) dressing room for patients operated on in DCO
  • colposcopy room for patients taking advantage of screening programs
  • endoscopy room
TASKS:

Specialist Oncology Outpatient Clinic is an integral part of DCO. We provide free treatment – in accordance with the agreement concluded with the National Health Fund (on an elective basis).

Patients re admitted in the order in which they were registered, taking into account the principle of equality of access to care and the medical criteria specified by the Minister of Health.

We provide outpatient care, diagnostics, treatment, consultations and medical consultation, advice and cancer prevention. Each day about 500-600 patients are consulted.

Due to the large number of patients interested in seeing an oncologist the number of people consulted in each room is limited.

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