How much does a consultation cost with a cardiologist?
A consultation with a cardiologist, echoscopy and a cardiogram for pediatric patients costs 130 GEL, for adults - 135 GEL.
How do I make an appointment to a Doctor?
To schedule an appointment please call on the following number: 032 222 22 11
Can I visit to the Center without an appointment?
Yes, you can come but in this case, you have to wait in line for an indeterminate time.
How much does coronary bypass surgery cost?
It’s impossible to determine a price without prior consultation. The price depends on what other procedures might have need to patient before shunting.
How much does a moving lab cost?
Call the laboratory at home within the capital is free. You pay only for examination fees.
When can I call a moving lab at home?
The JAMC laboratory offers 24/7 service, 7 day a week.
How much does a pediatrician consultation cost?
A consultation with a pediatrician costs 50 GEL.
How much does a consultation cost with a gynecologist?
The initial consultation of a gynecologist costs 50 GEL, repeated - 30 GEL.
How much does a consultation cost with an otorhinolaryngologist?
A consultation with an othorhinolaryngologist costs 50 GEL.
How much does a consultation cost with an endocrinologist?
A consultation with an endocrinologist costs 60 GEL.
When can I make an appointment to a doctor?
Patient registration takes place from 9.00 to 17.00 at the number 222 22 11.
Until what time does ambulatory service work?
Hours of ambulatory visits – from 9.00 to 17.00
When can I visit a patient in the ICU?
Visiting hours in the Intensive Care Units: from 12.00 to 13.00 and from 18.00 to 20.00
When can I visit a patient who has been transferred to a ward from ICU?
Visiting hours in the wards: from 13.00 to 14.00 and from 18.00 to 19.00
Who can visit a patient in ICU?
Only Parents are admitted to the children’s Intensive Care Department and family members (one person) are admitted to the adult Intensive Care department.
Are children allowed to visit patients?
NO, children aren’t allowed in the Intensive Care Units (ICU) or in the wards.