MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS ONLINE

Online registration

By making an e-registration, you agree to the processing of your personal data for the purposes of e-registration and you accept Regulations for the provision of electronic services and Organizational regulations of the medical entity. See also Patient rights and obligations.

Medical examination
we perform in a stationary office at ul. Krakowska 121, 30-199 Rząska near Cracow (Poland).

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MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS BY PHONE

Telephone registration

Make an appointment for a phone call. The tests are carried out in cooperation with Cordis Med

We perform tests in a stationary office at ul. Krakowska 121, 30-199 Rząska near Cracow (Poland).

If you register by phone, you can pay for the research in cash before starting the service at the iMedConcept office or pay online after logging in to your account by clicking / orders / and then / pay /.

Price list for cardiological tests in English language

Payments for the selected service will be made online, choosing the following forms of payment: bank transfer from Przelewy24 (quick transfers allow you to choose payment via a transfer from your bank account – Polish banks), by credit card, Blik or for foreign payments – by payment card (Stripe).

    48 hour EKG recorder

    180.00
    Holter ECG: the test consists of 48-hour monitoring of the heart's electrocardiogram (EKG) during the patient's daily activities and during sleep.

    Holter 24 hour ECG recorder

    130.00
    Holter ECG: the test consists of 24-hour monitoring of the heart's electrocardiogram (EKG) during the patient's daily activities and during sleep.

    Holter EKG 7 days

    400.00
    Holter ECG: the test consists of a 7-day monitoring of the electrocardiogram (EKG) of the heart during the patient's daily activities and during sleep.

    Holter pressure recorder

    130.00
    24-hour pressure recorder: indirectly measures pressure in large arteries. Usually, pressure is measured in the brachial artery. When measuring blood pressure, systolic and diastolic pressure are distinguished. According to the guidelines of the European Society of Cardiology, values ​​above 140 mmHg for systolic pressure and 90 mmHg for diastolic pressure allow for the diagnosis of arterial hypertension.

    Lower limb ultrasound – one limb

    120.00
    Ultrasound of the arteries of the lower extremities: it is a basic diagnostic test using ultrasound, which allows to determine the course of the arteries, assess blood flow and the advancement of the atherosclerotic process.

    Lower limb ultrasound – two limbs

    200.00
    Ultrasound of the arteries of the lower extremities: diagnosis of acute and chronic lower limb ischemia (intermittent claudication of the lower extremities) - assessment of the degree of narrowing, length of obstruction, diagnosis of aneurysms of the hip and popliteal arteries, diagnosis of diabetic foot, chronic wounds of the lower extremities,

    Resting ECG

    30.00
    Resting ECG: is the basic record of electrical changes occurring in the heart muscle during contraction and diastole. In a normal heart, the source of electrical impulses is usually the sinus node, which, producing this impulse, is conducted through the network of fibers within the heart muscle, causing the muscle to contract. This allows you to generate the so-called "Heart throw", or blood, to the largest artery in our body - the aorta. This in turn carries blood through a network of other arteries to all organs of our body. The proper functioning of this system is necessary for the contraction of the ventricle, which ensures life for all of us.

    The echo of the heart

    150.00
    Echocardiography: is the basic, imaging method of examining the heart and blood vessels using ultrasound. On the screen, we obtain an image resulting from the reflection of ultrasonic waves from the examined structures inside the body. In a non-invasive and safe way for the patient, it enables imaging of the anatomical structures of the heart, valve movement, assessment of the contractility of the heart muscle and blood flow. The examination also allows to visualize large blood vessels, which include the aorta, pulmonary arteries and main veins.

    Ultrasound of carotid / head arteries

    150.00
    Carotid ultrasound: ultrasound examination enables fast, safe and non-invasive diagnosis of the carotid arteries.

    Ultrasound of intracerebral arteries

    250.00
    Ultrasound of intracerebral arteries - evaluation of large intracerebral arteries in the course of ischemic stroke,

    Ultrasound of large vessels in the abdominal cavity

    200.00
    Ultrasound of large vessels of the abdominal cavity - assessment of abdominal aortic aneurysm (screening in men over 65 years of age), assessment of the visceral trunk, superior and inferior mesenteric arteries, aortic division,

    Ultrasound of the arteries of the upper extremities

    200.00
    Upper limb artery ultrasound - is the basic diagnostic test for ischemia in the case of acute thromboembolic events and arterial obstruction after endovascular interventions
    PATIENT'S GUIDE

    How e-registration works

    Stage 1 – Reservation date

    Log in to your account to the Timer/register

    Fill out the e-registration form

    1. SERVICE – choose the type of service and doctor to which you want to register
    2. TIME – indicate preferred date and time of meeting
    3. DETAILS – Provide the required personal details or log in (if you already have a patient account)
    4. ACCEPT and proceed to payment

    Stage 2 – Payment for e-registration

    After completing the e-registration form, you will be directed to the payment panel:

    1. YOUR CART – check if the e-registration ordered is correct and click “go to checkout”.
    2. PAYMENT FORM – complete the form.
      Each new patient must complete all fields marked * (Based on the entered data, a patient account will be created. Login details will be provided to e-mail adress).
      If you are our patient or patient and you already have an account, click log in and the form will be completed automatically.
    3. PAYMENTS – after completing the form, select your preferred payment method, accept the regulations and click “order and pay”.
      – You’ll be directed to the chosen payment method. Follow the information on the screen.
    4. CONFIRMATION OF PAYMENTS – after making the payment, a window confirming the payment and initial booking of the e-registration date will be displayed,
      – If for some reason the payment is not accepted, you will be able to make the payment again in My Account and go to the “orders”

    Step 3 – Accepting the e-registration deadline

    The iMedConcept staff will see your e-registration in the system, consult with the doctor in charge of the availability of the given date and will accept or change it (in consultation with you)

    1. After accepting the e-registration deadline by iMedConcept, you will receive an email confirming the date and time of service.