Making an Appointment


The Affidea reception makes appointments of patients on weekdays from 7.00 am to 7.00 pm. Appointments can be made by phone on numbers 267090811-814, in person at the reception, by email: or online.

When making an appointment you must state:

  • the specifications of required examination
  • your name and surname
  • birth certificate number
  • contact phone number 
  • health insurance company 

Making an Appointment at CT or MRI

Appointments of patients at MRI are made on workdays from 8.00am to 6.00pm on this phone number 267090854 or directly at MRI workplace.

Appointments of patients at CT are made on workdays from 7.30am to 3.00pm on this phone number:   267090851 or directly at CT workplace.

To make an appointment at CT or MRI by phone it is necessary to state the surname and name of the examined person, their birth certificate number, health insurance company, type of the required examination and name of the facility and indicating physician. The indicating physician is by arranging the appointment for the patient obliged to follow the requirements of preparation for various kinds of examinations. These requirements are available for public on Affidea Praha website. Indicating physicians may obtain them upon request or they are always available upon request on the info line at the reception.

The indicating physician is obliged to give the patient information about preparing for the examination, or refer them to the info line of CT or MRI. They are also obliged to give the patient before the examination properly filled in request form for CT or MRI examination. The request form is available on Affidea website, or you can ask for it by post or in person at the reception.

Information on the Provision of Healthcare Services to a Minor

  1. On 1st April 2012 the law no. 372/2011 Coll. came into force, about healthcare services and the regulations for their provision (further on just Law), which among other things regulates the rights and obligations of patients, healthcare providers and medical staff when providing healthcare services. Regulations of relations when providing healthcare services to minors represent an individual part of this law  (§ 35 a 38 Law). This area has been significantly changed by a Reform Act (law no. 66/2013 Coll.) effective since 14 March 2013.
  2. Under the current legislation to provide healthcare services to a minor does not always require a consent of a legal guardian. It is only required in cases when the minor patient’s opinion on intended healthcare services does not have required intellectual and volitional maturity.
  3. The provision of healthcare services on the basis of the minor patient’s consent does not exclude the legal guardian of such patient from obtaining information about their condition and provided healthcare services.
  4. If the minor is provided with healthcare services that require provision of emergency care (except for examples stated in § 38 par. 4 Law) or acute care and it is not possible to get the guardian’s consent in time, medical staff decides about providing healthcare services, except for situations when the healthcare services are provided on the basis of the minor patient’s consent according to par. 1 above.