The Law on Health Insurance of the Republic of Lithuania (No. I-1343 of 21 May 1996) and the latest amendments and supplements to the law are followed. Health insurance guarantees insured persons health care services, the provision of which is paid for from the budget of the Compulsory Health Insurance Fund (CHIF). There is no additional charge for services paid from the CHIF budget.

An insured person is a person for whom compulsory health insurance contributions of the statutory amount are paid or who pays them himself. The insured person receives free of charge not only the necessary medical care, but also all personal health care services provided by law. The institution provides such CHIF budget paid services for which an agreement has been signed with the Vilnius Territorial Health Insurance Fund.
Level I outpatient services
Doctor services:
  • Family doctor;
  • a district internal medicine doctor;
  • a district pediatrician;
  • obstetrician-gynecologist;
  • surgeon;
  • General practitioner dentist.
Additional incentive services provided by doctors, nurses and midwives:
  • blood coagulation system condition assessment service;
  • glycosylated hemoglobin detection service;
  • early diagnosis of malignancies;
  • physiological pregnancy care;
  • health care for children under 1 year of age;
  • immunoprophylaxis of children;
  • preparing students for school;
  • Nursing staff procedures at home.
Preventive measures program services:
  • program of preventive measures for cervical malignancies;
  • program for coating children's molars with sealants;
  • screening program for breast cancer;
  • a program for the financing of measures for the selection and prevention of persons classified as high-risk cardiovascular diseases;
  • funding program for early diagnosis of prostate cancer;
  • funding program for early diagnosis of colon cancer.
  • Community nursing services in patients' homes.
Remote health care services (RHC):
  1. RHC services are provided in accordance with the Order of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Lithuania 2018-07-19 No. V-826.
  2. The purpose of RHC services is to prescribe re-examinations to the patient, to continue prescribing medicines or MAM (medical aid measure) (prescriptions for children can be issued for a maximum of 1 month). 
  3. The RHC service can be provided only with the consent of the patient (our form KVSF 04-24). The consent must be signed by the patient or the patient's representative upon arrival at the medical institution. 
  4. The patient calls the receptionist to receive the RHC service. At the reception, the patient is added to the list of patients who wish to receive the RHC service.
  5. On the same or the next day, the doctor or nurse contacts the patient by telephone, identifies him in accordance with the consent and provides the RHC service. Patient identification is the correspondence of the data provided by the patient by telephone to the data specified in the consent.
  6. If this is a new case of treatment, the patient's state of health cannot be assessed remotely without examination, the patient is asking to prescribe new medicines that he has not used before, the RHC service cannot be provided. In this case, the patient must register for the consultation in the usual way.
  7. After the RHC service is provided, the next time patient must come to the institution if the services are needed for the same reason. 
According to the Lithuanian Medical Standard MS 14: 2019 "Family doctor. Rights, Duties, Competence and Responsibility ", we perform the following laboratory tests free of charge:
  1. general urine test and urine albumin / creatinine ratio;
  2. general blood test;
  3. biochemical blood tests (lipid metabolism test (lipidogram), potassium, sodium, creatinine, alanine aminotransferase, asparagine aminotransferase, alkaline phosphatase, bilirubin, glucose, uric acid);
  4. thyroid function test (thyrotropic hormone (TTH));
  5. inflammatory indices (C-reactive protein, erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ENG));
  6. glycosylated hemoglobin;
  7. glucose tolerance test;
  8. blood clotting tests (prothrombin time (SPA or otherwise), international normalized ratio (TNS), activated partial thromboplastin time (ADTL));
  9. prostate specific antigen;
  10. prostate-specific antigen in patients after treatment of radical prostate cancer;
  11. blood group and Rh factor tests;
  12. Group A beta hemolytic streptococcal rapid test;
  13. faecal occult bleeding test.
Level II outpatient services
  • neurologist;
  • surgeon;
  • radiologist.