If you wish to receive a medical consultation without an appointment, call the medical department concerned and ask for an opening. Availability depends on the medical department, the doctors on duty and scheduled appointments, so we advise that you make an appointment ahead of time.
Call ☎ 1599-7123 at least a day before your scheduled appointment to reschedule/cancel it.
When making an appointment for the first time, you must provide your personal information (your name, resident registration number, address and mobile phone number). You must provide detailed information on your illness and symptoms in order for us to arrange a consultation with a professor from the appropriate department. For subsequent visits, you will only need to provide your patient registration number.
Register the CD at Reception Desk #1 (for first-time visitors) on the right side of the entrance on 1F of the main building before going to your appointment (must be registered before the consultation).
You can pay your medical bill at the reception desk for payment or the kiosk after receiving consultation/treatment.
Bring the medical care request (issued by a primary or secondary medical institution) with you can fill out the patient registration form with your name, resident registration number, passport number, address, phone number (incl. mobile phone number), and the medical department in question (If you do not know which medical department you will be directed to, ask one of the service representatives).
We only accept credit cards issued by banks and credit card companies.
Availability depends on the scheduled appointments of the medical department in question, so we strongly advise that you make an appointment ahead of time.
The national health insurance does not cover MRI scans if they do not meet the insurance coverage criteria, in principle. It is, however, covered for patients with cancer, benign brain tumor, cerebrovascular disease, epilepsy, inflammatory brain disease, dementia, spinal cord damage or spinal cord disease. Even if the eligibility criteria are met, you may not be eligible for coverage if you have exceeded the maximum number of MRI scans allowed under the national health insurance. For details, contact the Medical Bill Review Office (280-7058).
Generally, medical expenses are covered by the national health insurance, but there are certain expenses that are not covered, as prescribed in Article 9 (1) of the Rules on the Standards for National Health Insurance Coverage, as follows: medical practices/ materials performed/used for patients whose condition does not affect their day-to-da lives; differences for upper-level patient rooms (inpatients); meals; MRI; PET; ultrasound; designated pharmaceuticals and materials, etc. In such cases, the related expenses must be borne by the patient in full.
An emergency medical management fee may be charged to an emergency patient in case emergency medical care and treatment were performed for him/her. This is collected as a separate item from the “registration fee,” in accordance with the national policy, in order to prevent crowdedness at the ER resulting from the use of ER services by non-emergency patients. The emergency medical management fee is differentially charged according to the type of emergency medical institution that has rendered the services. In the case of emergency medical centers, the prescribed fee is KRW 60,840. Patients who use the ER services for a condition that does not require emergency treatment will be required to pay the emergency medical management fee in full themselves.
Please call CNU College of Medicine Human Anatomy Lab for detailed information.
☎ 042) 580-8205, 8201
Please contact the CNUH Transplantation Center to speak to a coordinator and obtain detailed information.
☎ 042) 280-7994, 7235