COVID-19 Testing

Nine mobile testing stations are currently in operation and the number is expanding.
BHR provides healthcare and is also licensed to operate “mobile testing stations” by the Regional Public Health Authority in Nové Zámky.
We comply with all conditions for the material and technical support of these stations described in Ministry of Health Decree 183/2020 Coll. on minimum requirements for staffing, material and technical equipment at testing stations.

BHR is authorized to operate them in accordance with Act 578/2004 Coll., issued by the Regional Public Health Authority. We comply with all hygiene and safety measures.
Data is reported by BHR to the National Register of Healthcare Professionals in compliance with applicable law and Ministry of Health Decree 9/2014 Coll. laying down details of the procedure, methods and scope of reporting units and deadlines for reporting data to the National Register of Healthcare Professionals.

Our Mobile Testing Stations

NitraČajkovského 40
949 01 Nitra
ČadcaStaničná ulica
02201 Čadca
Kysucké Nové Mesto
Kysucké Nové MestoPivovarská ulica
02404 Kysucké Nové Mesto
ŠuranyŠurianska 11
942 01 Šurany
NitraPopradská 10
949 01 Nitra
NitraDolnočermánska 105
949 01 Nitra
NitraSihoť 1
949 01 Nitra
NitraTr. A. Hlinku 55
949 01 Nitra
Nitra - Dražovce
Nitra - DražovceKultúrna 2
949 01, Nitra - Dražovce
NitraUlička 2 - - Párovské Háje
949 01 Nitra
BytčaB. Bíroša 660
01401 Bytča
The Regional Public Health Authority is the competent local government authority for public health under Section 3 (1) (c) in conjunction with Annex 1 No. 33 of Act 355/2007 Coll. on the protection, promotion and development of public health and on the amendment of certain laws, as amended, (“Act 355/2007”) and due to the state of emergency declared in Slovakia on 12 March 2020 by the Government of the Slovak Republic in its Resolution No. 111, dated 11 March 2020, and the COVID-19 pandemic declared on 11 March 2020 by the Director-General of the World Health Organization, mobile testing stations have been permitted to operate in response to the crisis situation created in Slovakia by COVID-19, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, and declared a Class II Public Health Threat in accordance with Section 6 (3) (ab) of Act 355/2007 in conjunction with Section 11 (5) and Section 15a of Act 578/2004 Coll. on healthcare providers, healthcare workers and professional health service organizations and on the amendment of certain laws, as amended.