Treatment at Feskov Human Reproduction Group during the quarantine period
Each country now independently determines the rules for the entry of foreign citizens, due to the global pandemic COVID 19. Ukraine is no exception.
Do patients come to us now for a first visit or for the baby already born?
Yes, they do.
This is possible thanks to a well-thought-out system and the support of the managers and management of the Feskov Human Reproduction Group and the Clinic of Professor Feskov.
What is needed to come to Ukraine for treatment at Feskov Human Reproduction Group:
- you need to provide your personal manager with a scanned copy of your documents, according to which you plan to enter Ukraine.
- we prepare an official invitation for treatment in our clinic. This invitation letter is issued by our clinic. The clinic of professor Feskov has the 3rd level of accreditation and certification.
A letter on the official letterhead of the clinic with the director's signature and a mention of the contact person is your guarantee of crossing the Ukrainian border.
- we also arrange medical insurance for your first visit, which is necessary to start the program.
- to enter Ukraine, you need to do a COVID 19 test.
This can be done right at the airport.
To make the task as easy as possible, we suggest that you contact a personal manager who will help you plan everything in the best way.
If your dream is to become parents together with the Feskov Human Reproduction Group, we are ready to make every effort to make it come true.
In confirmation of our words, watch the feedbacks from patients who have already become parents in the conditions of world quarantine: YouTube
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