“The Filatov Institute of Eye Diseases and Tissue Therapy of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine”
Academician V.P. Filatov

Contact information

Dear patients!
For your convenience, contact information is provided concerning consultation, further treatment and other questions connected with medical care:
Advisory Clinic: 048- 748-19-21 , 048 729 83 48 , 048 794 17 98 
Admissions office: 048- 748-19-16
Department of Glaucoma and Lens Pathology : 048- 748-12-88; 048- 748-08-33
Department of Corneal Pathology of the Eye : 048- 748-19-17
Department of Inflammatory Pathology of the Eye : 048- 748-08-98
Department of Vitreoretinal and Laser Microsurgery : 84-99
Department of post traumatic eye pathology : 048- 748-12-88
Department of Burn Pathology : 748-15-78
Department of Pediatric Ophthalmic Pathology : 84-37
Department of Ophthalmooncology : 048- 748-19-20
Department of Studying Biological Action and Application of Lasers in Ophthalmology : 048- 748-19-30

Initial appointment:

The front desk of the Consultative Polyclinic is the first point for patients being referred to the Filatov Institute for the first time

Please bring the following with you to your appointment:

  • passport;
  • a document certifying the right to privileges (disabled persons, WWII participants, participants of the Chernobyl disaster relief);
  • directions (if any);
  • Passport of a parent
  • Certificate of birth
  • Benefits documents (lifelong disabled person, large family)


At the front-desk a patient is given an Appointment Card and referred to the pre examination. The Appointment Cards are deposited in the archives for 5 years from the date of the last visit. Having the results of pre examination the patient is referred to specialists who make a decision due to additional tests and examinations. Depending on the diagnosis the patient is either assigned tooutpatient treatment or hospitalized. 

Tests required for hospitalization:

  • general blood test ;
  • blood glucose test;
  • blood platelet test, coagulation analysis;
  • urine analysis;
  • feces analysis for helminth eggs;
  • feces analysis for helminth eggs (for accompany);
  • intestinal culture test (children up to 3);
  • HBS-antigen (blood test);
  • RW ( blood test);
  •  RW (for accompany);
  • certificate of epidemiological environment (issued by primary care physician or pediatrician, valid for 3 days)