Infectious Diseases Department

Všeobecná infekční ambulance, Hepatologická ambulance, Izolační ambulance (MRSA), Ambulance cestovní medicíny

Clinics of the Infections Disease Department

  • Travel-medicine clinic

    Appointments can be made by phone +420 567 157 352 – workdays 8:00-15:00.
    Please tell us your name, surname, birth certificate number, your destination and the date of departure.

    • We give advice before travelling abroad, especially to exotic destinations,
    • we recommend and provide appropriate vaccinations and prescription of antimalarials,
    • we will issue an international vaccination certificate,
    • we will advise you how to equip your travel first aid kit, and how to prevent the traveler's diarrhea,
    • we will prescribe backup antibiotics,
    • we will deal with any health problems after your return home,
    • we also vaccinate the common diseases, such as flu, whooping cough, tick-borne meningoencephalitis...,
      (for tick-borne meningoencephalitis people over 50 years of age on insurance – free of charge).

    Price of vaccines and applications in detail – Price list of Hospital Jihlava

    Doctors MUDr. Romana Kumštarová
    MUDr. Hana Lagínová

    Nurses: Mgr. Eva Trnková

    Phone +420 567 157 352

    Office hours
    Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (in case of an early departure other dates are possible as well)

    Where to find us
    Block C2, ground-floor (PUIP, ambulant part, waiting room No. 2)
  • Hepatology clinic

    The clinic deals mainly with the treatment and monitoring of chronic hepatitis B, C, D.
    We are the CERTIFIED WORKPLACE DEALING WITH THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF VIRAL HEPATITIS and we provide central treatment of chronic viral hepatitis for the Vysočina region.
    Treatment of chronic hepatitis is on the outpatient base. Chronic hepatitis C is treated with highly effective, direct-acting virostatics. These are in a form of tablets fully covered by the health insurance. The treatment takes 2 to 3 months. The success rate of the treatment touches 100% and is without major side effects.

    We also dispense or treat patients with chronic hepatitis B and D.
    We also shortly monitor patients who have gone through hepatitis A and E.

    Doctors MUDr. Josef Škárek

    Nurses: Jitka Myslivcová
    Karolína Štamberová Marečková, Bc.

    Phone +420 567 157 352

    Office hours
    MO - SU: 7:00 – 15:00

    Where to find us
    Block C2, ground-floor
  • Isolation clinic (MRSA)

    In this isolation clinic with a separate waiting room and a separate entrance, we treat patients with resistant bacteria, such as MRSA.
    The appropriate physician (urologist, surgeon...) takes part in the patient's examination.
    During epidemics, this ambulance with a waiting room serves to isolate waiting patients with highly contagious infectious diseases (COVID-19, influenza...).

    +420 567 157 268
    +420 567 157 352 (Making appointments)

    Office hours
    Monday: 10:00 – 12:00 (surgical patients with an appointment)
    Tuesday: 10:00 – 12:00 (urology patients with an appointment)

    Where to find us
    Block C2, ground-floor
  • Covid 19 vaccination

    Dear interested persons, we vaccinate against Covid 19 every Tuesday afternoon in our hospital without registration for the time being.

    • Vaccinations are administered without an appointment at an infectious disease clinic,
    • possibility of vaccination with Nuvaxovid XBB 1.5.
    +420 567 157 352

    Office hours
    Tuesday: 14:00 – 15:30

    Where to find us
    Block C2, ground-floor
  • General clinic for infectious diseases

    Acute conditions are examined immediately, chronic problems preferably by prior appointment made by phone.

    General clinic for infectious disease provides:
    • Outpatient diagnosis and treatment of patients with suspected infectious diseases.
    • What you can contact our outpatient clinic with:
      • Fever of an unknown origin,
      • nodular syndrome,
      • suspected hepatitis (jaundice),
      • diarrhea,
      • febrile illness with rash,
      • neuroinfections,
      • skin diseases (rosacea, shingles...),
      • COVID-19, influenza, chicken pox and other highly contagious infectious diseases,
      • Lyme borreliosis,
      • health problems after a return from exotic areas.
    • Application of depot penicillin after repeated tonsillitis and erysipelas (rosacea) every working day 8.30 - 9.00 o'clock.
    • Long-term administration of intravenous antibiotics in Lyme borreliosis (OPAT).
    • Regular monitoring of patients after neuroinfections and other infectious diseases.
    • Rabies vaccination when rabies is reasonably suspected.
    Doctors MUDr. Josef Škárek

    Nurses: Jitka Myslivcová
    Karolína Štamberová Marečková, Bc.

    Phone +420 567 157 352

    Office hours
    MO - SU: 9:00 – 12:00, 13:00 – 15:00

    Where to find us
    Block C2, ground-floor