welcome to the Polyclinic at Národní, one of the the most established and respected center for medical care in the Czech Republic.
Since our founding in 1993, we have recorder over a hundred thousands patient visits.
The polyclinic was founded and directed by MUDr Martin Jan Stransky, MD, FACP, who also holds a current appoitment as Assistant Clinical Professor at Yale University.
We provide care for children and adults, with emphasis on patient dialogue and on providing internationally proven standards of care.
In addition to preventive and urgent medical care we also provide contractual services to domestic and foreign companies.
We look forward to your visit!
The tetanus vaccination is the only vaccination that is compulsory by law in the Czech republic. Other vaccines are recommended on the basis of employment, age or chronic disease status of the patient. By getting yourself vaccinated you are not protecting only your own body but people around you may benefit in many cases as well.
The Polyclinic at Narodni offers all the (major) recommended vaccines. We are happy to provide guidance and information on their suitability for you, outlining potential side effets that are, however, usually short-term and minor. Should you have any hesitations in regards to vaccination, our doctors are here to discuss all the issues you might have. We guarantee application of vaccines without delays.
Dr. Kukla is currently accepting new patients and offers a wide variety of dental procedures for you and your family.
We look forward to your visit.
Our contacts: +420 222 075 121
+420 777 290 358
Are you travelling on vacation or business to a foreign country and don´t know which vaccinations are necessary? Come and consult with us!
We will go over your travel plans regarding needed vaccinations. We will carefully review the following: destination and time of year, countries to be visited, length of stay, mode of travel, current health status (chronic illness, allergies) and history with regard to previous immunization, contraindications to vaccination, age, gender, pregnancy, immune status. An important factor is the timing of vaccines, since some vaccines require several doses before they become effective.
Along with tetanus, the most frequently needed vaccines are against hepatitis A and B, typhoid fever, meningitis of different types, rabies, tick-borne encephalitis and influenza. For people over 30 years of age who are visiting endemic areas, polio and diphtheria vaccines are recommended.
Mandatory vaccination is currently in place in many areas, including yellow fever vaccine when traveling to countries in Africa and Central and South America and meningitis when traveling to Saudi Arabia.
All vaccinations are evidenced in your international vaccination certificate, which we issue. This bears the date vaccinations, doctor’s name and stamp, batch of vaccine or sticker from the vaccine. The International Certificate of Vaccination may be required when entering a country.
Finally, we also provide advice and preventative strategies regarding common travel ailments from jet lag to traveler’s diarrhea.