ONLINE CONSULTATION

Fill in the form by attaching the results of the examination: photo or scan of the conclusions, test results, files from the MRI or CT disk (how to send, see below). Doctors will evaluate the data in advance, and our administrator will contact you immediately to choose a convenient time and consultation platform.

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE ONLINE CONSULTATION?

  • analysis of complaints and symptoms
  • visual examination of the patient (not physiological)
  • collecting anamnesis of life and disease
  • appointment of the most necessary examinations (if absent)
  • explanation of images (MRI, CT) and test results (if available)
  • establishing a preliminary diagnosis
  • drawing up a treatment and rehabilitation plan
  • providing oral and written recommendations

WHO CONSULTES ONLINE?

  • Neurosurgeons
  • Oncologists with clinical or surgical specialization
  • Surgeons of different directions
  • Gynecologist
  • Mammologist
  • Dermatologist

COST

FROM 950 UAH.

DURATION

TO 45 MIN.

HOW TO SEND FILES?

If you only have one photo or scan of your medical report (.pdf or .jpg format) & ndash; just add it to the carefully filled form. IMPORTANT: The document must be readable.

If multiple documents: Copy photos or scanned copies to a separate folder named after the patient. Archive the folder to .rar, .zip, or .7z and add this archive to the completed form.

MRI / CT scan disk: Copy all files from the disk to one folder named after the patient. Archive this folder to .rar, .zip, or .7z and add this archive to the online consultation form.

Click & laquo; SEND & raquo; and wait for the data to be downloaded and sent successfully. We'll get back to you soon. & rsquo; IMPORTANT: The maximum file size is 300 MB.

ERRORS DURING ONLINE CONSULTATION

ONLINE CONSULTATION

It is especially convenient for patients who are far from Kyiv, but want to get a doctor's opinion, for those who have already been treated in our clinic and want to get a follow-up consultation, as well as for patients who want to minimize contact during viral infections.