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Medical tourism

Medical tourism

Welcome to our Medical Tourism Department!


Inozemtsev Municipal Clinical Hospital is one of the oldest in Moscow. Founded in 1897, it was first called Blagooshinskaya Infirmary. In 1929 it obtained the Municipal Hospital status and was taken over by the Moscow Healthcare Department. In 1953 the hospital was named Municipal Clinical Hospital № 36. At that time it had 8 departments.

Nowadays our hospital is rightfully considered to be one of the leading multi-profile healthcare institutions with 9 modern buildings on its premises. Our  967-bed capacity makes it possible to handle 45,000 inpatients as well as 35,000 outpatients annually.

Our specialists assisted by excellent diagnostic and support facilities perform over 25,000 surgeries annually.

We employ over 1500 highly qualified specialists including medical school professors,  Doctors of  Medical Science and other top quality experts. Our hospital also serves as a clinical base for 18 different medical schools and scientific institutes.

Our hospital meets all European quality standards and requirements in terms of equipment, specialists’ qualification and medication supply.

We use the most advanced technologies, the best practice of intensive care as well as conservative and endovascular diagnostic and treatment methods.

Our hospital provides ambulatory, emergency, elective as well as high-tech medical care in the following fields:

  • Therapeutics
  • Endocrine surgery
  • Otolaryngology
  • Clean and septic facio-mixillary surgery
  • Ophthalmology
  • Cardiology
  • Neurology
  • Surgery
  • Traumatology and orthopaedics
  • Gynecology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Vascular surgery
  • Obstetrics
  • Combustiology

Paid medical services are provided according to the price-current under the terms and conditions of a contract for the services required.

If you wish to obtain Inozemtsev Municipal Clinical Hospital’s medical services, but your insurance company is not our partner, please, inform your insurance agent about it. We will be happy to sign a partner agreement with your insurance company or provide you with our paid medical services.

For timely information concerning your health problem, please, call (499)166-89-65 or (499) 166-07-99.

For details of your treatment course, please, contact us at gkb36@zdrav.mos.ru; pmu@inozemtcev.com

Contact Information


Address: 105187 г. Москва / Moscow
 ул. Фортунатовская, д. 1. / 1 Fortunatovskaya Street

Physician-In-Chief: Alexander Yevgenyevich Mitichkin D.M.

Receiving Office: (495) 366-77-19

Call Centre: +7 (495) 365-05-05, MONDAY – FRIDAY, 8:00 am – 5.00 pm

Operation Hours: 24 / 7 / 365

E-mail: gkb36@zdrav.mos.ru

Travel Directions


  • Take Metro Line 3 / Blue Line. Get on the last carriage Eastbound. Go as far as Партизанская / Partizanskaya Station. Change for Trolleybus 22. Go as far as Окружной мост  / Okroozhnoy Most Stop. Get off at stop 1. Or take a 15-minute walk.
  • Take Metro Line 3 / Blue Line. Get on the last carriage Eastbound. Go as far as Семёновская / Semyonovskaya Station. Change for Marshrootka / Route Taxi-Van 469K or Trolleybus 22. Go as far as Улица Фортунатовская / Ulitsa Fortunatovskaya Stop. Get off at stop 4. Take a 5-minute walk.
  • Take Metro Line 1 / Red Line. Get on the first carriage Northbound. Go as far as  Преображенская площадь / Preobrazhenskaya Ploshchad Station. Change for Trolleybus 41 / 32 or Bus 716 / 230 / 34 / 52. Go as far as  Дом творчества / Dom Tvorchestva Stop. Get off at stop 3. Take a 10-minute walk.
  • Take Metro Line 1 / Red Line. Get on the last carriage Northbound. Go as far as Черкизовская / Cherkizovskaya Station. Change for Marshrootka / Route Taxi-Van 469 / 469K т. Go as far as Больница / Bolnitsa Stop. Get off at stop 2.
  • Take MCC / Moscow Central Circle / Metro Line 14. Go as far as Измайлово / Izmaylovo Station. Take a 5-minute walk.

Legislative Actson the Rights of Foreign Citizens for Obtaining Medical Care


– Federal Law No. 115-FZ “On Legal Status of Foreign Citizens in the Russian Federation” dated 25/07/2002, Article 2:

* “A foreign citizen in the Russian Federation is a natural person who is not a citizen of the Russian Federation and who has proof of citizenship (nationality) of a foreign state;”

* conditions of legality of the stay of foreign citizens in the Russian Federation (residence/residence status):

  • a foreign citizen temporarily staying in the Russian Federation is a person who arrived in the Russian Federation on the basis of a visa or in a manner that does not require a visa, and has received a migration card but does not have a residence permit.
  • a foreign citizen temporarily residing in the Russian Federation is a person who has received a temporary residence permit in the form of a mark in a document certifying the identity of a foreign citizen and recognized by the Russian Federation in this capacity, or in the form of a document according to forms approved by the Federal migration service (FMS) of the Russian Federation.
  • a foreign citizen permanently residing in the Russian Federation is a person who has received a residence permit issued by the FMS of the Russian Federation.

– Federal Law No. 323-FZ “On Principles for Protection of Citizens’ Health in the Russian Federation” dated 21/11/2011, Article 19, part 3, 4;

– Federal Law No. 326-FZ “On Compulsory Health Insurance (CHI)” dated 29/11/2010, Article 10, which establishes the list of insured persons in this field;

– Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 186 “On Approval of the Regulations for Providing Medical Care to Foreign Citizens in the Territory of the Russian Federation” dated 06/03/2013;

– Agreement “On Mutual Provision of Equal Rights to Citizens of the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation in Emergency and Urgent Medical Care Delivery” dated 24/11/1998;

– Letter of the Ministry of Healthcare of Russia No. 10-4/54705-14ВС “On Medical Care Delivery to Foreign Citizens” dated 24/10/2008; – Letter of the Ministry of Healthcare of Russia No.2854-РХ “Information about Organization of Medical Care for Citizens of the Republic of Belarus Permanently or Temporarily Residing in the Constituent Entities of the Russian Federation” dated 18/04/2008.

Regulations for Providing Medical Care to Foreign Citizens in the Territory of the Russian Federation


1. These regulations determine the procedure for providing medical care to foreign citizens in the territory of the Russian Federation.

2. Medical care to foreign citizens who stay (reside) temporarily or permanently in the Russian Federation, is provided by medical and other organizations carrying out medical activities, regardless of their legal form of organization, as well as individual entrepreneurs carrying out medical activities (hereinafter – medical organizations).

3. Emergency medical care for sudden acute diseases, conditions, exacerbation of chronic diseases that pose a threat to the patient’s life is provided to foreign citizens by medical organizations free of charge.

4. Foreign citizens who are insured persons in accordance with the Federal Law “On Compulsory Medical Insurance in the Russian Federation” have the right to free medical care within the framework of compulsory medical insurance.

5. Emergency, including specialized emergency, medical care is provided to foreign citizens in case of diseases, accidents, injuries, poisonings and other conditions requiring urgent medical intervention.

Medical organizations of the state and municipal health systems provide the abovementioned medical care to foreign citizens free of charge.

6. Medical care in an urgent form (except for emergency, including specialized emergency medical care) and planned form is provided to foreign citizens in accordance with contracts for provision of paid medical services or voluntary health insurance contracts and (or) concluded in favor of foreign citizens referred to in paragraph 4 of these Regulations, contracts in the field of compulsory health insurance.

7. Medical care in a planned form may be delivered provided that a foreign citizen submits written guarantees of fulfillment of the obligation to pay the actual cost of medical services or prepay medical services based on the expected volume of these services (except for cases of medical care in accordance with paragraph 4 of these Regulations) as well as the necessary medical documentation (extract from the medical history, clinical, radiological, laboratory and other studies, if any.

8. After the treatment of a foreign citizen is completed, an extract from the medical documentation indicating the period when the medical care was being provided, treatment and medical rehabilitation in a medical organization, as well as preventive and diagnostic measures, are sent to his address or the address of a legal or natural person representing the interests of such foreign citizen.

Medical documentation sent from the Russian Federation to another state is filled in in the Russian language.

9. Invoices for actually provided medical care are sent by a medical organization to the address of a foreign citizen or a legal or natural person representing the interests of a foreign citizen within 10 days after the termination of treatment, unless otherwise provided by the contract in accordance with which it was provided (except for cases of medical care in accordance with paragraph 4 of these Regulations).

10. Disputes related to the provision of medical care or late payment of invoices for actually provided medical care are resolved in the manner prescribed by the legislation of the Russian Federation.

11. In the event that an international treaty of the Russian Federation establishes a different procedure for providing medical care to foreign citizens, the regulations of the international treaty shall apply.

In the Address of the President of the Russian Federation to the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation dated March 1, 2018, Vladimir Putin emphasized the need for developing healthcare and export services in the field of medicine and tourism.

Medical tourism is the practice of obtaining planned high-quality medical care outside the region of residence.

Any foreign citizen can be provided with both outpatient and inpatient medical services, including hospitalization in a day inpatient facility or day hospital at Inozemtsev MCH.

Qualified medical specialists provide medical care for:


Medical tourism

Endocrine system diseases – the Endocrine Surgery Center was established, consisting of:

  • Outpatient department, where outpatient services can be provided (laboratory and functional diagnostics, puncture of the thyroid gland with cytological examination);
  •  Medical departments that conduct conservative treatment of patients with diabetes mellitus and prompt treatment of patients with diseases of the thyroid, parathyroid glands and adrenal glands.
Medical tourism

Ophthalmological diseases

since 2013, the hospital’s ophthalmological service has been reorganized into the Ophthalmological Center. Care is provided on the basis of the main structural units:

  • Ophthalmology Department;
  • Day Inpatient Facility;
  • Day Hospital;
  • Diagnostic and Treatment Department.

Particular attention is paid to the treatment of the most significant and common diseases, such as:

  • Cataracts, including severe cases, complicated by other eye diseases;
  • Glaucoma;
  • Chronic and acute diseases of the retina and optic nerve;
  • Injuries to the eyeball and eyelids;
  • Intraocular hemorrhage;
  • Inflammatory eye diseases.
Medical tourism

Diseases of the cardiovascular and nervous system.

Medical care is provided at the Regional Vascular Center.

CARDIOLOGICAL PATIENTS:

  • with acute coronary syndrome (unstable angina and myocardial infarction);
  • with chronic coronary artery disease;
  • with symptomatic hypertension;
  • with myocarditis and cardiomyopathy;
  • with heart rate and cardiac conduction disorders;
  • with chronic heart failure in the decompensation stage;
  • with pericarditis.

NEUROLOGICAL AND NEUROSURGICAL (VASCULAR) PATIENTS:

  • with subarachnoid hemorrhage or suspected case of it (non-traumatic etiology);
  • with intracerebral, intraventricular non-traumatic hemorrhages;
  • with ischemic disorders of cerebral circulation of various origins and localization.

PATIENTS WITH VASCULAR DISEASES:

  • with acute arterial insufficiency (thrombosis, aortic embolism, peripheral arteries);
  • with chronic arterial insufficiency (atherosclerosis of the aorta, limb arteries, atherosclerosis of the brachiocephalic arteries);
  • with acute venous insufficiency (venous thrombosis, pulmonary thromboembolism); with chronic venous insufficiency (varicose veins, post thrombotic disease).
Medical tourism

Gynecological diseases.

Gynecological diseases. Department of Gynecology of Inozemtsev MCH is a structural unit of the Obstetric and Gynecological Center. The whole range of gynecological care is provided to patients in need of treatment or prolongation of early pregnancy.

Physicians of the department have accumulated a unique experience in the treatment and diagnosis of gynecological diseases, which allows to use the most modern and high-tech methods, such as minimally invasive video endosurgical techniques.

Surgical treatment:

  • Reconstructive plastic surgery;
  • Myomectomy (removal of uterine myoma);
  • Adnexectomy (removal of appendages);
  • Hysterectomy (removal of the uterus);
  • Ovariectomy (removal of the ovaries);
  • With tubal infertility;
  • With ectopic pregnancy;
  • When torsion of the uterus;
  • Tubectomy (removal of the fallopian tube);
  • Removal of ovarian cysts;
  • Biopsy (resection) of the ovary;
  • Diagnostic laparoscopy;
  • With the prolapse and lowering of the uterus and / or the walls of the vagina;
  • With cervical elongation;
  • Panhysterectomy;
  • Supravaginal amputation of the uterus;
  • Removal of warts;
  • Hydrotubation;
  • Cosmetic (intimate) surgery;
  • Treatment of cervical pathologies;

Conservative treatment of diseases.

Medical tourism

Traumatic injuries.

Conservative and surgical treatment is carried out on the basis of the Center for Pelvic Concomitant Injury and Lesion:

  • Pelvic injuries surgery.

All known modern surgical methods are used: open and minimally invasive, combined, using X-ray control and computed tomography during surgeries.

  • Endoprosthetics of joints.

The quality of performance is guaranteed by modern equipment, implants of well-known foreign manufacturers from durable bioinert materials, the possibility of individual selection of the shape and typical size of the endoprosthesis.

  • Treatment of fractures, muscle, tendon and ligament damages.
  • Arthroscopic surgery.

Treatment of injuries and diseases of large joints with the use of new modern medical technologies significantly reduces the length of the patients’ stay in the hospital and their rehabilitation. Surgical treatment is performed using arthroscopic techniques with minimal tissue damage.

  • Orthopedics.

Orthopedic surgeries of any complexity level, correction of congenital or acquired deformities of bones and soft tissues are performed on the basis of the department.

Diseases of traumatic damage to the skull and brain, spine and spinal cord.

The neurosurgical operating room is equipped with modern equipment, including an OPMI Sensera Carl Zeiss operating microscope, Soring ultrasonic disintegrator, BodyTom intraoperative computer tomograph.

The use of modern high-tech methods of treatment allows minimizing the operational trauma, to minimize the time spent in the hospital, to rehabilitate in a short time.

The main areas of medical activities of the department are:

  • traumatic cerebro-cranial injury in the acute period: brain damage (brain contusions of different degrees, diffuse axonal damage), acute intracranial hematomas, fractures of the skull roof and base, gunshot cerebro-cranial injuries;
  • Complications and consequences of traumatic cerebro-cranial injury: post-traumatic defects and deformities of the vault and base of the skull using 3D modeling, intracranial foreign bodies, chronic hematomas and hydromas, Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) fistulas of the skull base (nasal, ear, eye, wound CSF leak), meningoencephaloceleral pneumocephalus;
  • reconstructive surgery on the skull and brain for post-trephination defects of the skull;
  • hydrocephalus (including post-traumatic) using modern programmable shunt systems;
  • treatment of spinal fractures, use of all types of reconstructive and stabilizing operations;
  • treatment of pain syndromes with degenerative changes of the spine and herniated intervertebral discs;
  • treatment of pathological fractures in osteoporosis in patients of elderly and old age;
  • treatment of the effects of injuries and diseases of the peripheral nervous system;
  • diagnosis and conservative therapy of complicated clinical cases.

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