Urologist Cracow

Professional urological care in Krakow

Are you looking for professional urological care in Krakow? Our Prokocim Medical Center provides advanced urological services under the guidance of an experienced doctor. We offer urological consultations, providing comprehensive diagnostics and treatment in the field of urology. Our center is located in a convenient location in Krakow, with easy access to public transport. You can make an appointment in person, by phone or online, allowing you convenient access to our services. We will take care of your health and well-being by offering the highest level of care.

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Urology Price List

Urological consultation PLN 300
Bladder catheterization PLN 120
Removal of the catheter PLN 120

The most important information about urologist appointments in Krakow

What does an endocrinologist do in Krakow?

An endocrinologist in Krakow deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the endocrine system, i.e. endocrine glands such as the thyroid, parathyroid glands, adrenal glands or pancreas. The endocrinologist will also order laboratory and imaging tests, if necessary to make a proper diagnosis. If necessary, your doctor will write a prescription for hormonal medication or refer you for further endocrine treatment. Professional care of an endocrinologist in Krakow will help you effectively manage diseases of the endocrine glands.

Where does a urologist see a urologist in Krakow?

A urologist is available in the city of Krakow.

Prokocim Medical Center, al. Adolfa Dygasiński 2d, 30-820 Cracow

Access by public transport: Przystanek Bieżanowska
tram lines: 3, 9, 13, 24, 49
bus lines: 144, 173, 301, 304, 314, 503

Urologist in Krakow ways to make an appointment

An appointment with a urologist can be made in three ways: in person at the medical center registration, by phone or using the online booking system, which is available on the website.

How to prepare for a visit to the urologist?

Before visiting a urologist, it is advisable to prepare in the following way: think about the main ailments for which you are making an appointment so that you can describe them in detail. Make a note of when they appeared, how often they occur and how much they intensify. Make a list of the medications you are taking and any associated conditions. Bring with you the results of blood, urine and imaging tests, e.g. Ultrasound, if they have already been performed. It’s also a good idea to have a menstrual calendar and notes about your cycle with you.