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My family is here with a working visa and registered in Moscow. Do we have a right to get a service in the nearest government clinic? Our baby is in her 4th month and we need the regular vaccination. If government clinics do not serve expats paid or free, where we can have a decent service?
Baris Cicek
Dear Baris,

I'm glad to inform you that the European Medical Center has the pediatric department. We perform vaccinations according to the vaccination schedule of the child's native or resident country, according to medical indications or parental preferences. The doctors consult from Monday to Saturday according to their schedule. (Approximately from 9-00 a.m. to 8 p.m.). For the regular visit it is necessary to make an appointment. In case of emergency EMC is opened 24/7 and there are 2 GP doctors on duty available round the clock for adults as well as for children. All doctors as well as their assistants speak English so I kindly recommend you to become our client, because actually government clinics provide only Russian speaking medical team. EMC is proud of the high level of the provided services and caring that we do.

To make an appointment or to get more information, please call EMC +7 (495) 933 6655.
Maria Gamayunova
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