The decision by the Government of the Republic of Armenia on free and preferential medical care and service defines who can receive medical care and service either free, or on preferential terms.
1. Beneficiaries with scores 30.01 and higher.
2. People with 1st degree disability.
3. People with 2nd degree disability.
4. People with 3rd degree of disability.
5. Children under the age of 18.
6. Participants of the Great Patriotic War and their equals.
7. Women of reproductive age (during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum period).
8. Children left without parental care (persons aged 18-23)
9. Those undergoing additional medical examination with the referral of the competent state body in the field of medico-social examination.
10. People at the age of recruitment (inpatient medical care and examination).
11. Military personnel and their equals, family members, family members of military servicemen killed (died) during the defense of the Republic of Armenia or their duties, former military servicemen receiving military pension for long service or disability.
12. Rescue workers and their family members, retired rescue workers, disabled rescue workers, family members of rescue workers killed (died) during their service.
13. Arestees, detainees and people sentenced to imprisonment.
14. People living in nursing homes and temporary shelters for homeless.
15. Repressed people.
16. Participants of Chernobyl nuclear power plant elimination works.
17. Victims of human trafficking.
18. Asylum seekers and their family members.
Persons mentioned in the groups above must visit the medical complex with an ID and a referral, which clearly states the exact service for which it was given.
With the link, you can see the work done in medical organizations for preferential and free medical care, as well as the waiting list and available spots in various medical organizations, including “Arabkir” MC.