Renal Care Center Praha Nusle Czech Republik

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Renal Care Center Praha Nusle



Táborská 325/57
14000 Praha 4 Nusle
Czech Republic


Phone: +420 234 091 180

Operating Hours

Nephrology outpatient clinic:
Monday-Friday 07:00 am - 01:00 pm

Renal care center:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 06:00 am - 12:00 pm, Tuesday, Saturday 06:00 am - 06:00 pm, Thursday 06:00 am - 10:00 pm


  • Hemodialysis
  • Hemodiafiltration
  • Peritoneal dialysis

Spoken Languages

  • Czech
  • English


  • Holiday dialysis
  • TV
  • WiFi / Internet

Local website

Holiday dialysis

For holiday dialysis please send your request to We will be happy to help you.

Prague offers a great variety of opportunities for your holiday. In the following list, therefore, we offer a few of the most attractive historic monuments and landmarks of the city.

  • Prague Castle – This cultural and historical landmark also houses the offices of the President of the Czech Republic. The castle complex consists of several historical buildings, which include the Basilica of St. George, the private quarters of the country‘s first president T. G. Masaryk, Queen Ann‘s summer palace, the St. Vitus Cathedral and the Golden Lane. Don‘t forget to take a walk through the royal gardens while touring Prague Castle.
  • Charles Bridge – Historically also known as the Stone Bridge or simply as the Prague Bridge, this landmark is the oldest existing Prague bridge, dating back to 1357 Old Town Hall and the Astronomical Clock – Old Town Square Jewish Quarter - Old-New Synagogue – One of Europe‘s and the world‘s oldest and most precious Jewish landmarks; Josefov – the city‘s oldest Jewish settlement; the Jubilee Synagogue – the newest and also the largest of Prague‘s synagogues; and the Old Jewish Cemetery
  • The Petrin Observation Tower – constructed in 1891, around the tower are spread Petrin Gardens, which are among the largest green areas of the city Virgin Mary the Victorious (the Infant Jesus of Prague) – This church, which has, since 1628, housed the famed statue of the Infant Jesus of Prague, which is known in Catholic circles as the "Bambino di Praga."