Prague is home to many fine hospitals. There is Motol hospital as well as Charles University Hospital and Nemonice Na Homolce. The city also possesses the Central Military Hospital (ÚVN). This hospital serves the Czech Republic Army as both a training and specialist treatment facility. It is also the official hospital for officials of the Czech Republic. Beginning in 1994, the hospital has extended it mandate. They now accept and treat the civilian population.
The care received here rivals that of any general hospital. It examines the recruits, those hopeful to join the Army and serving soldiers. Furthermore, the Central Military Hospital provides care to outside patients. Over the past few years, this change in policy has seen an increase in the number of public citizens coming through the hospital doors for treatment. The nature of the hospital care is increasingly comprehensive in nature. There are, however, specific areas of specialization. These usually apply to its role as an Army hospital. In this respect, the hospital concerns itself with multiple injuries, in particular those directly affecting the central nervous system.
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