Nursing Care

Nursing care is part and parcel of medical care. While providing care, we place particular emphasis on the provision of safe, individual, comprehensive care.

The staff members of the Nursing Care Division provide basic, as well as a highly specialized nursing care to patients and blood components donors. In their activity they follow the latest standards of safe nursing care based on a program of lifelong learning in the Czech Republic and in all Europe.

Our aim is to contribute that patients spend only the absolutely necessary time at IHBT and feel a maximum comfort. Patients and blood components donors are looked after by more than 100 general nurses with different levels of education and specialization, female and male hospital attendants and also, for instance, medical social workers, nutrition therapists or physiotherapists – all of them cooperate very closely with patients’ families and other close persons.

At the same time, the management of the Nursing Care Division contributes to the conception of therapeutic programs and strategic goals of the entire IHBT. The nursing staff members take an important part in the process of a systematic and continuous increase of the quality of provided care. Thus, they made a fundamental contribution to the acquisition of accreditation of the Joint Accreditation Committee (Czech abbreviation SAK) in December 2020.

In the course of the year we succeeded in activating and successfully developing the activity of the PICC team and to produce an information booklet for patients.

  • Department of Physiotherapy
    It aims at preserving or improving overall physical fitness for the return to normal life with minimum work limitations. It addresses acute conditions and treatment consequences arising in the course of hospitalization. The main rehabilitation treatment resources indicated for these patients are: respiration physiotherapy, manual medicine and curative rehabilitation focused on influencing the functional deficit.
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  • Department of Nutrition Therapy
    Nutrition therapy in hemato-oncological care is a very important part of supportive care. When the nutritional status is good, the risk of complications is reduced.
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  • Medical Social Services
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  • Hospital Chaplain Services
    Mgr. Matěj Hájek, Th.D., e-mail:, phone: 702 147 267
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The nursing team members are also involved in standard and transplantation hematological care of all clinical departments of the IHBT.

Expert Activity of Non-Medical Personnel

Professional growth of nursing personnel occurs in connection with the needs of patients treated both in outpatient and inpatient part of the IHBT. Education of nurses is also supported by the IHBT in in-house specialization training programs, as well as on university ground. Nurses are included in specialization programs on a continuous basis with regard to operational capacity of the various centres.

The participation in short-term training and expert activities is facilitated to staff members depending on organizational and financial possibilities. When individual staff members are selected, their participation in training activities in the previous calendar year is always taken into account. In the course of a year the Nursing Division organizes its own specialized seminars and other training activities.

Quick contact

Stem cell transplant coordinator
+420 221 977 486

Transplant Unit
+420 221 977 229

+420 221 977 315

Inpatient Department
+420 221 977 226

+420 221 977 294

Opening hours

Mo – Fr: 7:00–18:00
Weekends: 9:00–13:00

Inpatient departments
Non stop

How to find us


Ústav hematologie a krevní transfuze
(​Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion)

U Nemocnice 2094/1
128 00 Praha 2

The nearest underground station: Karlovo náměstí (line B)

The nearest tram station: Karlovo náměstí (10, 16, 22), Moráň (3, 6, 10, 16, 18, 24)

The nearest bus station: U Nemocnice (148), Karlovo náměstí (176)

How to get here