Paid Services

GK KLINIKA, UAB provides paid personal healthcare services according to order No. V-1065, “On the revision of order No. 357, “On the list of paid personal healthcare services, their pricing and indexing procedures as well as the procedures for providing and paying for these services”, issued on 30 July 1999 by the Lithuanian Minister of Health” and directive No. 10-913-281-7296, “On the application of indexing paid personal healthcare services”, issued by the Ministry of Health on 9 December 2008.

Essential medical aid services (first medical aid and emergency medical aid), as defined by the list of services approved by the order of the Lithuanian Minister of Health, are provided to permanent residents of Lithuania and, are free of charge.

 

PAID SERVICES ARE PROVIDED WHEN:

An individual does not have compulsory health insurance;

An individual has compulsory health insurance, but does not provide a referral from a family doctor or specialist doctor;

An individual has compulsory health insurance, but does not want to wait for their turn on the general waiting list and agrees to pay for a service that is provided sooner;

A patient who is being treated or examined requests an additional service that is not related to the examination or treatment of their principal illness;

A foreign national is being examined or treated, if international agreements do not dictate a different method of payment for healthcare services.

 

SERVICE FEES FOR PATIENTS WHO REQUEST EXPRESS TREATMENT AND/OR DO NOT HAVE A MEDICAL REFERRAL BUT AGREE TO PAY FOR SERVICES

 

PAID SERVICE FEES

 

FOR MEDICAL APPROVAL REGARDING EMPLOYMENT OR A HARMFUL WORK ENVIRONMENT, PATIENTS MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:

A document of identification, a personal health record (form No. 048/a) or a medical certificate (form 047/a).
Forms 048/a and 047/a must be filled in by the employer who is sending the employee to check their health.

 

FOR A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE CONFIRMING FITNESS TO DRIVE, PATIENTS MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:

A document of identification,

A driver’s licence (in the case of a repeat check-up),

Certificates from:
1) A doctor of addictive disorders (individuals registered in Vilnius are issued certificates by the narcologist at the Vilnius Center for Addictive Disorders (Gerosios Vilties g. 3, Vilnius), other individuals must make an appointment with a doctor at an institution registered to their area),

2) A psychiatrist (for clients who have been registered at the GK clinic for no less than 3 years, certificates will be issued by our clinic’s psychiatrist; other individuals who are not registered or who have been registered for less than 3 years must obtain this certificate from their former institution of treatment where they are/were registered).

 

FOR A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE CONFIRMING FITNESS TO YIELD FIREARMS, PATIENTS MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:

A document of identification,

A photograph.

Individuals registered at the GK clinic must have a certificate from a psychiatrist (according to their place of residence, where they were registered previously), a certificate from the Center for Addictive Disorders and a reference from their place of employment or township.

 

FOR A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE CONFIRMING FITNESS TO YIELD AN AIR GUN, PATIENTS MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:

A document of identification,

Certificates from:
1) A doctor of addictive disorders (individuals registered in Vilnius are issued certificates by the narcologist at the Vilnius Center for Addictive Disorders (Gerosios Vilties g. 3, Vilnius), other individuals must make an appointment with a doctor at an institution registered to their area),

2) A psychiatrist (for clients registered at the GK clinic, certificates will be issued by our clinic’s psychiatrist; other individuals who are not registered must obtain this certificate from their institution of treatment where they are registered).

Compulsory medical check-ups for employees are paid services, they are paid for by the employer. Driver’s medicals and check-ups for certification to yield firearms are paid for the by the individual.

 

VACCINATIONS

All of the patients registered at the GK Clinic are vaccinated only after examination by a family doctor.

Patients registered at another Primary Healthcare Institution are only vaccinated if they provide a referral from a family doctor or specialist at their polyclinic.

Patients who do not have compulsory health insurance or are foreign nationals are only vaccinated after a doctor’s examination.

 

RECOMMENDED VACCINATIONS

VACCINATION

RECOMMENDED
GROUP

NUMBER
OF SHOTS

TIME FOR
VACCINATION


Diphtheria-tetanus Vaccinate in childhood with the primary vaccine course: 25 y.o., 35 y.o. (i.e., every 10 years).

Individuals who are unvaccinated or do not know whether they have been vaccinated.

1

3
(repeat shots every 5-10 years)

Anyone

Pertussis Teenagers and adults vaccinated in childhood with the primary vaccine course:
mothers (before pregnancy or immediately after birth),
fathers and other members of the family (before the birth of a newborn),
paediatric and healthcare specialists (adults working with small children),
any adult individual who wishes to vaccinate against pertussis.
1 Anyone

Hepatitis B Employees in healthcare and public health. Sexually active individuals. Drug addicts using intravenous drugs. Travellers. Individuals undergoing dialysis. Patients who need organ transplants. 3
(month 0, 1 and 6)
Anyone
4 week before a trip or planned

Hepatitis a Travellers. 2
(month 0, 6-12)
No less than 2 weeks before departure

Influenza Employees in healthcare and public health. Individuals over the age of 50 (with weaker immune systems) and those affected by chronic disease (hereditary disease, heart and lung disease, diabetes mellitus, etc.). 1 October-April

Pneumococcal infection Individuals over the age of 65, everyone affected by chronic cardiovascular, lung and kidney diseases, individuals who have had their spleen removed, individuals living in isolated collectives, long-time and intense smokers. 1
(revaccination after 5 or more years)
Anyone

Chickenpox Employees in healthcare and public health.
All individuals who have not had chickenpox.
2
(week 0, 6-10)
Anyone

Tick-borne encephalitis virus Children over the age of 1 and adults. 3
(month 0, 1, 6 – 12, repeatedly after 3 years)
Anyone

Rotavirus 6-24 week old babies 2 or 3
(depending on the vaccine)
Anyone

Human papilloma virus (HPV) Girls over the age of 9, girls and women up to 26 years old. 3
(month 0, 2, 6)
Anyone

Pneumococcal polysaccharide conjugate vaccine Children from 6 weeks old to 5 y.o. Up to 4 Anyone (up to 2 years).

 

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