• Ponávka 6, Zábrdovice, 602 00 Brno
  • Continuous operation

Department of Permanent Surgical and Trauma Services


Department of Permanent Surgical and Trauma Services

Our team

Head doctor

MUDr. Tomas Pavlacký

Phone: 545 538 647
e-mail: t.pavlacky@unbr.cz

Station nurse

Pavla Kocianová, DiS.

OSCHÚS provides care to patients with acute problems, exclusively for acute trauma conditions and acute diseases of a surgical and urological nature
2 outpatient clinics are open 24 hours a day/7 days a week - surgical and trauma specialties.

OSCHÚS does not provide care related to eye problems and ENT!

Eye and ENT emergency: 1st - 15th of the month FN USA, 16th - 31st day of the month FN Brno-Bohunice

We're treating:

  • all injuries - wounds, musculoskeletal injuries, fractures, sports injuries, spinal injuries, abdominal and chest injuries, conditions after falls and car accidents...
  • acute surgical diseases - abdominal pain, sudden abdominal episodes, inflammatory soft tissue diseases requiring surgical treatment
  • acute urological diseases - renal colic, inflammatory diseases of the urinary tract, sudden urological events

What we do not treat:

  • illnesses commonly treated by a general practitioner - cold, temperature, cough, sore throat...
  • diseases of internal nature - chest pain, shortness of breath, swelling of limbs, heart and blood circulation diseases...
  • neurological diseases - headaches, migraines, epilepsy, strokes, chronic back and spine pain...
  • gynaecological diseases
  • eye diseases and ENT


MUDr. Vit Hřiba

Thurs. 9 - 12 hrs.

The medical team of the Chronic Wounds Clinic consists of doctors and nurses trained in this field in special centres. In our outpatient clinic we deal with the following issues:

  • tibial ulcers of venous etiology (they are one of the manifestations of chronic venous insufficiency)
  • arterial skin ulcers (a manifestation of advanced ischaemic disease of the lower limbs)
  • decubitus ulcers
  • neuropathic skin ulcers (one of the consequences of diabetes mellitus)
  • skin ulcers in the terrain of lymphoedema
  • complicated non-healing postoperative wounds
  • proctological issues - outpatient treatment of fissur - rectal fissures, periproctal fistulas and subsequent treatment after operations in the area of the anus and in the field of Crohn's disease, eventual surgical solution, follow-up endoscopic monitoring, laparoscopic surgery of bowel tumours
  • the possibility of providing follow-up hospital care - skin plastics, varicose veins, anal fissuring, fistulas, etc.