Carolina Medical Center pays particular attention to the quality of care of professional athletes. Carolina Medical Center’s health specialists were members of medical missions and took care of Polish sportsmen during championships and Olympic Games in Athens (2004), Turin (2006) and Beijing (2008).
Within the Carolina Medical Center we have created the first in Poland competence centre for sports injuries treatment (CLUS). The Centre offers optimal medical preparation of athletes for planned sporting events, prevention of sports injuries as well as possible pharmacological support, early stage injuries detection, effective treatment of injuries and quick return to sporting activities.
Owing to well-equipped Functional Diagnostics Centre it is possible to monitor the progress during the entire process of treatment and rehabilitation. Hospital personnel is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Constant care which we provide to the national sports representatives, including leading Polish Olympians, confirms our professionalism in treating sports injuries. This is reflected in the contract of cooperation with the Polish Olympic Committee concluded for a period of preparation and duration of the Olympic Games in London 2012 and Sochi 2014. Pursuant to this agreement Carolina Medical Center became a medical partner to the Polish Olympic Committee.
Professionalism of the services rendered by the hospital has been recognized by the Polish National Ballet working and performing at the Grand Theatre, sharing the stage with the Polish National Opera, by concluding the contract with the Carolina Medical Center. Under this agreement, the clinic became the provider of medical services for dozens of top ballet dancers and theatre and opera actors. We provide treatment for incurred injuries as well as conduct periodic tests to prevent injuries that could make dancing impossible.
Carolina Medical Center is also a chosen medical centre for UEFA EURO 2012TM in a scope of diagnostic and medical care of football players, judges and UEFA guests during UEFA European Football Championship 2012.
Text by Carolina Medical Center.