One of the pillars of the Medical University of Warsaw's activity is the provision of professional medical care to patients from all over Poland in the capital’ largest hospitals and other medical facilities in Warsaw and the surrounding area.
The primary objective of the UCC MUW is to provide health services and health promotion and to participate in the implementation of teaching and research tasks. The UCC MUW was established as a result of the merger of three clinical hospitals whose founding body is the Medical University of Warsaw, namely: the Independent Public Central Clinical Hospital, the Józef Polikarp Brudziński Public Pediatric Clinical Hospital and the Infant Jesus Clinical Hospital.
The hospital is a facility of the highest level of reference, which provides comprehensive medical care to mothers and newborns, as well as women of all ages. Three Departments of the Medical University of Warsaw operate here: 2nd Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the Department of Gynecological Endocrinology and the Department of Neonatology with Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. A Specialist Outpatient Clinic operates at the hospital, this unit offers modern imaging and laboratory diagnostics.
The Independent Public Clinical Ophthalmology Hospital in Warsaw provides conservative treatment and a full range of ophthalmic surgery, as well as teaching and research activities. This medical institution is a base for the Chair and Department of Ophthalmology of the Faculty of Medicine of the Medical University of Warsaw.
The staff of MUW consists of leading qualified specialists, who take care of the life and health of patients using innovatie - on a national and global scale - methods of treatment.