Self-Pay Information


Ambulance – affordable medical support in emergency situations:

  • Loss of consciousness
  • Life-threatening injuries, burns
  • Accidents, industrial injuries
  • Poisonings
  • Acute pain in the heart, abdomen
  • Acute respiratory failure
  • Convulsion
  • Bleedings
  • Premature birth
  • A deterioration in existing medical conditions
    Severe course of the disease in a child
  • In these cases, the patient’s life depends on the speed of care, technical equipment and professionalism of the team.

Advantages of paid ambulance service

Departure of the team at any time of the day to any place in the shortest possible time, sending to the region
The private ambulance team consists not only of a paramedic and a nurse – a specialized doctor (therapist, pediatrician, cardiologist, gynecologist, etc.)
, resuscitation and other specialized teams come to the call
A set of portable devices that allow you to perform rapid diagnostics at home, take an ECG, perform ultrasound
A wide range of medications, therapeutic manipulations (injection, infusion therapy, catheterization, probing, etc.)
The complete set of machines allows you to transport patients in any condition: the patient begins to receive treatment on the way to the hospital
Possibility of hospitalization in a hospital of the patient’s choice
Observation of the patient at home for an unlimited time
Emergency care for children, including newborns

Features of paid emergency medical services

A wider range of services, including: transportation to and from the airport, duty at events with a high risk of injury, departure of a specialist for a “second opinion” to the hospital to the patient, moving between hospitals in an intensive care vehicle
Ambulance prices are determined by the price list, each service has a separate cost, so the payment for the call may differ significantly depending on the set of manipulations performed
Duties and patient monitoring at home are paid by the hour

Possibility to consult a doctor at home when it is not possible to call a polyclinic specialist (day off, non-working hours)

children’s paid ambulance (ambulance for newborn babies, ambulance for a child older than 1 month)

Children suffer from specific “children’s” diseases
The smaller the child, the more complications
Infants up to one year are not able to describe their disturbing symptoms
The risk of poisoning and injuries in children is significantly higher

Thus, children are more likely than other categories to become emergency patients. A child needs emergency care if:

Do you know or suspect that the child has ingested a foreign object, a potentially dangerous substance
After the fall, the child began to vomit, there are signs of impaired consciousness, dizziness
After the introduction of a new complementary food or medication, the child developed a rash, local edema, pallor, sharp weakness, and agitation
The temperature does not decrease after taking antipyretics or persists for a long time
There is a sharp deterioration in the condition against the background of the disease: drowsiness, apathy, lethargy, refusal to eat
A rash appeared
The breathing has changed-it has become difficult, hoarse, frequent, shallow, the child coughs

. Emergency medical care is provided by pediatric resuscitation and neonatal teams. A neonatologist visits newborns (up to 28 days from birth). The ambulance is equipped with a cuvez – a special cradle that allows you to maintain a constant temperature and perform emergency manipulations (infusions, ventilators, etc.).
types of ambulance teams

There are General and specialized teams (which include a specialized doctor).

  1. General profile (linear) – a team headed by a therapist (in the municipal ambulance-a paramedic). Leaves for light cases to adult patients
  2. Intensive care – led by a physician anesthesiologist-resuscitator. The machines are equipped with defibrillators, ventilators, tracheotomy kits, etc., and diagnostic equipment. The set of medicines includes list a drugs (narcotic analgesics)
  3. Pediatric (neonatal) – equipment of the machine and tools of small (children’s) sizes. All doctors in the team – pediatric profile
  4. Psychiatric-consist of a psychiatrist, a paramedic and 2 orderlies, equipped to transport patients with acute psychosis, exacerbations of schizophrenia
  5. Cardiology-specializes in acute heart diseases, headed by a cardiologist

There are also drug treatment, trauma surgery and obstetric (gynecologic) brigade. The latter provide paid ambulance services for pregnant women with preterm birth, giving birth or giving birth outside the hospital.