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Room Hotel Merkur Vrnjci Spa
Serbia

    www.vrnjcispa.com

    • Wellness center "Fons Romanus"
    • Termomineralno kupatilo sa mineralnim izvorima,
    • Ambulantno-polikliničko odeljenje sa specijalističkim službama (Rentgenološko odeljenje, Kliničko-biohemijska labaratorija sa - RIA labaratorijom, Odeljenje za dijabetes i lečenje gojaznosti, Odeljenje gastroenterologije, Odeljenje fizikalne terapije, Ginekološko-terapeutsko odeljenje)
    • Kabineti (za ultrazvučnu dijagnostiku, endoskopiju, kardio-vaskularna ispitivanja, očne bolesti i laser terapiju, medicine sporta, Neuropsihijatriski, refleksoterapije-akupunkture)
    • Dežurna medicinska služba.
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      Uploaded: 12/09/2009
      Updated: 22/02/2012
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