New Medicover Centre and Medicover Dentistry open in Warsaw's Wola district

New Medicover Centre and Medicover Dentistry open in Warsaw's Wola district

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A new Medicover Centre and Medicover Dentistry opened at Prosta 36 in Warsaw. The new location houses 28 doctors' offices and 4 dental offices. The Medicover Centre offers specialist consultations, diagnostic tests and occupational medicine services.

The centre offers consultations with internists, paediatricians, ophthalmologists, ENT specialists, orthopaedic surgeons, gynaecologists and endocrinologists, as well as laboratory diagnostic tests, X-ray and ultrasound examinations.

The Medicover Dental Centre has four dental offices. Available services include preventive and conservative dentistry, endodontics, orthodontics, paedodontics, prosthodontics, dental surgery and X-ray. The centre has state-of-the-art equipment ensuring comprehensive treatment.

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