You’ll be surprised, but even (future) medical doctors could get sick. So here is some useful information in case of:
First of all, we do not have specific regional diseases in Romania (like Malaria, Zika or the West Nile virus). The major risk you’ll probably face is indigestion, after having way too much of our tremendous (and often fatty) dishes.
As an EU citizen, if you unexpectedly fall ill you are entitled to any medical treatment and have the same rights to health care as people insured in the country you are in. You should have your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). This card is the proof that you are insured in an EU country.
MEDICAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY UNIVERSITY
Adriana Popescu – specialty of family medicine
Florean Maria Cristina – specialty of family medicine
The medical service for students include the following:
- health education
- Releasing and targeting of medical documentation (medical certificates for absences in classes, certificates to obtain medical release from physical education classes, medical certificates for dorm accommodation, medical certificates for Passport Service);
- Releasing tickets for referral to medical specialists for consultation;
- Diagnostic medical prescription for acute illness (3 days), with the possibility of extending prescriptions.
HOURS: Monday – Friday: 08:00-13:00; 14:00 -19:00
Students who come to the medical center must present their ID and student card (Carnet) for establishing the above.
Address: House 10, str. Petre Andrei, no. 9
(Copou, December 1 complex near Informatics High School), Iasi, Romania
TIP: For your first time there get a taxi, otherwise you could get lost.
“St. Spiridon” Hospital is the closest to the University and has an emergency service.
The university’s doctor office is located in Căminul C10, str. Petre Andrei, nr. 9 (Copou, Complexul 1 Decembrie, near the Liceul de Informatica), close to the University’s Dormitory, on the ground floor. We advise you to bring your dictionary with you or better, to be accompanied by someone who speaks Romanian.
For consultation fees and treatments, consider asking for a bill in case you need a refund.
MAP OF HOSPITALS IN IASI
There are many private clinics called “Policlinica”. This is often the best solution (paying) if you need a treatment.
Policlinica “Providenta”: Bd. Stefan cel Mare (www.providentamedical.ro)
Arcadia: Hospital situated in 2 Cicoarei Street or Medical Center Arcadia Sararie, 38 Sararie Street (Tel 0232 920). www.arcadiamedical.ro.
Center for Ophthalmology and Medical Optics: Sanoptic, Str. Vasile Lupu, 26-28 (Tel. 0232 279 910).
There are many dentists in Iasi, both for emergency and non-emergency scenarios.
DENTISTS IN IASI
They are many pharmacies also. On Piata Unirii, going towards bd. Independentii, there is a 24-hour emergency pharmacy called “ROPHARMA”. When buying the drugs at the pharmacy, consider asking for a receipt (with the pharmacy stamp). You will need it for a refund.
PHARMACIES IN IASI