You will need
  • - insurance;
  • - passport;
  • - birth certificate (for children);
  • - SNILS.
Open the website of public and municipal services or the Ministry of health in your area. In the line "public Services" choose the menu item "Record on reception to the doctor." System will redirect you to the website where you made the entry in the medical institutions supporting the program "Electronic registry".
Enter your locality (city, area), select the type of medical organization that you want to address: city polyclinic, children's polyclinic, female consultation, health centre, Central hospital, etc. and Then mark the relevant institution or its branch.
The next step you define the required specialist or General practitioner (GP) and study the schedule. Due to the number of available entries, select a convenient time for you visit to the doctor.
Log in to your appointment: enter your date of birth, policy number of compulsory health insurance and a number of one of the following documents: passport, birth certificate or social security number. Because the information about patients in medical institutions is stored in automated form, the program will determine the missing information about you, including your surname, name and patronymic, requisites of the specified documents.
Don't forget to leave your contact phone number to the Call center operators or the registry staff might contact you in the event of a change of reception time, it is cancelled and clarification of the necessary information.
Pay attention to comments and notification system: for example, the reception of narrow specialists (endocrinologist, cardiologist, neurologist, etc.) may be made in the direction of the local therapist, that is, you will also need to visit the last, pre-recorded to him at an earlier time.
The system of electronic records involves the willingness of a physician to receive the patient, but some clinics require you to come 10-15 minutes before the set time and get in the registry patient card.