The examinations are performed in the facility located at:

Poznań University Hospital of Lord’s Transfiguration
Szamarzewskiego 82/84

or for breast MRI:

Poznań University Hospital of Lord’s Transfiguration
Długa 1/2 , 60-569 Poznań

e-mail: wielkopolskaonkologia@skpp.edu.pl

Helpline

514 198 499 (from 7:30 a..m to 15:00p.m.)
(Project information and Prophylactic Examinations)

How to register for examinations?

Registration – mammography

Who can register?

  • Women aged between 40-49 who in the past year did not have mammography performed
  • Women of 70 years of age or older who in the past year did not have mammography performed

Is doctor referral required in order to register for free prophylactic examination?

Yes, the referral is required.

How to register for examinations?

  • Personally, in the building located at Szamarzewskiego
    Entrance A, Department of Diagnostic Imaging, office room nr 0.13
  • By telephone: 514 198 241
  • In both cases, registration is open from Monday to Friday at hours:7.30a.m.- 15.00p.m.

Helpline: 514 198 499 (Project information and Prophylactic Examinations)

According to mammography results, if necessary, patients will be referred for free breast USG, breast biopsy, breast MRI.

Registration – Computed tomography of lungs

Who can register?

  • Patients aged between 45-74, who smoke 20 cigarettes daily for the last 20 years and have valid referral (check below, point 2)

Is a doctor referral required in order to register for free prophylactic examination?

Yes, the referral is required.

We invite the following group for the examination:

  • patients who received a referral for lungs CT from a GP employed in one of the 50 Primary Health Care clinics involved in the Project

If you are not the patient of one of the 50 Primary Health Care clinics involved in the Project but you meet the eligibility criteria and wish to have the CT of lungs please contact the registration office (personally or by telephone). After completing the survey and meeting the eligibility conditions you will be sent a referral which you should show to your GP.

How to register for examinations?

  • Personally, in the building located at Szamarzewskiego
    Entrance A, Department of Diagnostic Imaging, office room nr 0.13
  • By telephone: 514 198 241
  • In both cases, registration is open from Monday to Friday at hours:7.30a.m.-15.00p.m.

Helpline: 514 198 499 (Project information and Prophylactic Examinations)

According to the CT results, if necessary, patients will be referred for further bronchofiberscope examination.

Registration – gastroscopy

Who can register?

Patients older than 40, with visible symptoms that are an indication for endoscopy, eg.:

  • Dysphagia (difficulty in swallowing)
  • Heartburn (burning sensation behind the breastbone)
  • Pain in the upper abdomen
  • Postprandial fullness in the upper abdomen
  • Erucitation
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting, Bloating
  • A feeling of early satiety
  • Lack of appetite
  • Unexplainable weight loss
  • Unexplainable anemia
  • Positive result for fecal occult blood test.e
  • Unexplainable weight loss
  • Unexplainable anemia
  • Positive result for fecal occult blood test.test.

Is a doctor referral required in order to register for free prophylactic examination?

Yes, the referral is required.

We invite the following group for the examination:

  • patients who received a referral for gastroscopy from a GP employed in one of the 50 Primary Health Care clinics involved in the Project
  • patients who received a referral for gastroscopy from a GP or a Specialist, employed in one of the 50 Primary Health Care clinics involved in the Project

If you are not the patient of one of the 50 Primary Health Care clinics involved in the Project but you meet the eligibility criteria and wish to have a gastroscopy please contact the registration (personally or by telephone). After completing the survey and meeting the eligibility conditions you will be sent a referral which you should show to your GP.

How to register for examination?

  • Personally, in the building located at Szamarzewskiego
    Entrance C, Complex of Specialist Outpatient Departments
  • By telephone: 514 198 895
  • In both cases, registration is open from Monday to Friday at hours:7.30a.m.-14.30p.m.

Helpline: 514 198 499 (Project information and Prophylactic Examinations)

Registration – colonoscopy

Who can register?

Patients older than 45, who within last 10 years have not been performed a colonoscopy and with visible symptoms that are an indication for the examination:

  • Positive result for fecal occult blood test
  • Blood in the stool
  • Abdominal pain
  • Flatulence
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Alternating constipation and diarrhea
  • Unexplainable weight loss
  • Unexplainable anemia
  • Gastrointestinal tumors diagnosed for first-degree relatives

Is a doctor referral required in order to register for free prophylactic examination?

Yes, the referral is required.

We invite the following group for the examination:

  • patients who received a referral for colonoscopy from a GP employed in one of the 50 Primary Health Care clinics involved in the Project
  • patients who received a referral for colonoscopy from a GP or the Specialist employed in one of the 50 Primary Health Care clinics involved in the Project

If you are not the patient of one of the 50 Primary Health Care clinics involved in the Project but you meet the eligibility criteria and wish to have a colonoscopy please contact the registration (personally or by telephone). After completing the survey and meeting the eligibility conditions you will be sent a referral which you should show to your GP.

How to register for examination?

  • Personally, in the building located at Szamarzewskiego
    Entrance C, Complex of Specialist Outpatient Departments 2
  • By telephone: 514 198 895
  • In both cases, registration is open from Monday to Friday at hours:7.30a.m.-14.30p.m.

Helpline: 514 198 499 (Project information and Prophylactic Examinations)

 

Online registration:

Online registration