01.12.2021 10:57 | Press Release
Rada hl. The City of Prague approved a proposal to provide financial resources in the total amount of four million crowns for the co-financing of emergency medical services for selected contractual providers of health services in the capital.
The contribution will be divided between the University Hospital in Motol, the Bulovka University Hospital, the Královské Vinohrady University Hospital and the Thomayer University Hospital.
“The reason for co-financing is the fact that the medical emergency requires personnel and material security outside working hours and especially now, in times of pandemic. This places health demands. especially in terms of payroll, in which case the reimbursement caused by the health insurance company is low, “says Milena Johnová, Councilor for Social Policy and
The capital is responsible for providing an emergency medical service on its territory. Already last year in mid-October, therefore, the City Council The City of Prague approved the basic material concerning the organization and financing of medical emergency in the metropolis for 2021. At that time, it was decided to provide a total of 35 million crowns in quarterly installments for individual providers from a number of large Prague hospitals.
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Based on their current requests, Prague councilors on Monday also discussed the co-financing of the emergency medical service for this year in the amount of 4 million crowns. The funds will be divided between the University Hospital in Motol, the Bulovka University Hospital, the Královské Vinohrady University Hospital and the Thomayer University Hospital.
The University Hospital in Motol should receive a contribution of 700 thousand crowns for the operation of emergency medical services in the fields of general practice medicine, practice medicine for children and adolescents and dentistry with a focus on pediatric dental surgery. The Bulovka University Hospital and the Královské Vinohrady University Hospital will each receive CZK 1,275 million for the operation of emergency services in the fields of general practice medicine and practice medicine for children and adolescents. And the Thomayer University Hospital, which operates a medical emergency department in the fields of general practice medicine, practice medicine for children and adolescents and dentistry, will receive a contribution of CZK 750,000.
The proposal will be approved by the City Council. m of Prague at the December meeting.
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