St. Anne’s University Hospital Brno is a state contributory organization established and directly managed by the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic. University St. Anne’s University Hospital Brno provides comprehensive diagnostic, medical and nursing care, institutional, outpatient and stationary and performs comprehensive pharmacy activities. Designated Departments of the Faculty Hospital at St. Anne Brno are the teaching bases of the of Masaryk University’s Faculty of Medicine.


4.1 Contact mailing address

St. Anne’s University Hospital in Brno
Pekařská 53
602 00 BRNO
Česká republika

4.2 Addresses for personal visit

How to get here?

4.3 Office Hours

4.4 Phone Numbers

+420 543 181 111 – switchboard

4.5 Fax number

+420 543 182 100

4.6 Web

4.7 E-registry

4.8 Other electronic addresses


Bank: Česká národní banka, pobočka Brno
· Acount: 71138621/0710
· IBAN: CZ97 0710 0000 0000 7113 8621



St. Anne’s University Hospital in Brno

8.1 Lists of main documents

Deed of Foundation

8.2 Costing

Annual reports

An application for information pursuant to Act No. 106/1999 Coll., On free access to information may be filed by any natural or legal person. The application may be made orally or in writing.

The oral application is filed with the Legal Affairs and Personnel Department, Pekařská 53, Building L (tel. +420 543 183 281 or +420 543 183 283). An applicant may be asked to make an application in writing when he or she is asked to do so.

Written application can be submitted:

  • by letter to the address of the St. Anne’s University Hospital in Brno, Department of Legal Affairs and Personnel, Pekařská 53, 656 91 Brno
  • by fax to 543 183 285
  • electronically to the address

The application is made on the day when the St. Anne’s University Hospital in Brno (FN) received it.
The request for information must be clear in:

  • the designation of the FN as the subject to which it is addressed
  • that it is a request for information according to the law on free access to information
  • name and surname, date of birth and residence of a natural person,
    the name, identification number and registered office of the legal entity

If the applicant fails to provide information on the applicant under the previous paragraph of the application, the FN shall ask the applicant within 7 days from the date of filing the application to complete the application. If the applicant fails to comply with this request within 30 days from the date of delivery, the FN will postpone the request.

If the request is incomprehensible, it is unclear what information is required or formulated too broadly, the FN will ask the applicant within 7 days from the date of filing the application to clarify the request. If the applicant fails to specify the application within 30 days, the FN decides to reject the application.

In the event that the required information does not fall within the scope of the FN, the request will be postponed with justification and FN will notify the applicant within 7 days of the request.

If the request for information is intended to provide information that may be publicly available at any time (the information disclosed), the FN shall provide the applicant with information within 7 days of the request making it possible to retrieve and obtain the information disclosed. If the applicant insists on providing the information directly, the FN will provide it.

The FN will provide the requested information within 15 days of receipt of the application or its completion (clarification). The deadline for providing information may be extended for important reasons, but not more than 10 days. The applicant shall be informed in good time and provably of the extension of the time limit including the reasons.

If requests for information can not be fully or partially met for legitimate reasons (eg, protection of personal data, business secrets, protection of classified information), the FN decides within 15 days of filing an application for refusal or part thereof.

The appeal to the application rejection must be made in writing. The appeal is made on the same contacts as the request for information. The FN will hand over the appeal within 15 days to the Ministry of Health, which will decide on the appeal within 15 days.

The complaint procedure may be filed in writing or orally in order to process the request for information. If the complaint is made orally and can not be processed immediately, the FN writes a written record. Complaints may be filed within the time limit and for reasons provided for by the Freedom of Information Act. The complaint is decided by the Ministry of Health.

Basic information for patients
Requests for medical records
Suggestions and remarks
Anti-Corruption Measures
Further descriptions of life situations can be found at the Public Administration Portal of the Czech Republic (

14.1 Most important regulations used

Act No. 372/2011 Coll., On health services
Act No. 373/2011 Coll., On specific health services
Act No. 48/1997 Coll., On Public Health Insurance
Act No. 258/2000 Coll., On the Protection of Public Health
Act No. 219/2000 Coll., On property of the Czech Republic and its representation in legal relations
Act No. 218/2000 Coll., On Budgetary Rules
Act No. 268/2014 Coll., On Medical Devices
Act No. 320/2001 Coll., On Financial Control
Act No. 134/2016 Coll., On Public Procurement
Act No. 379/2005 Coll., On measures to protect against damage caused by tobacco products, alcohol and other addictive substances
Act No. 258/2002 Coll., On the donation, procurement and transplantation of tissues and organs (Transplantation Act)
Act No. 101/2000 Coll., On the Protection of Personal Data
Act No. 106/1999 Coll., On Free Access to Information
Act No. 378/2007 Coll., On pharmaceuticals
Act No. 167/1998 Coll., On addictive substances
Act No. 40/1995 Coll., On the regulation of advertising
Act No. 18/1997 Coll., Atomic Act
Act No. 262/2006 Coll., Labor Code
Act No. 89/2012 Coll., Civil Code
Decree No. 416/2004 Coll., Implementing Decree on the Financial Control Act
Decree No. 62/2001 Coll., On the Management of State Organizations and State Organizations with State Property
Convention on the Protection of Human Rights and the Dignity of a Human Being in the Application of Biology and Medicine (Notice No 96/2001 Coll.)

All of these laws are used in the wording of later regulations and are available in the Czech Republic’s Collection of Laws or in the Collection of International Treaties of the Czech Republic (

All Czech legislation in the current version can be obtained from the Portal of the Public Administration of the Czech Republic (

14.2 Legislation issued

15.1 Rates of payments

Provision of information – Act No. 106/1999 Coll., Other Non-Health Services (pdf)

15.2 Resolutions of the superior authority on the amount of reimbursement for the provision of information

16.2 Exclusive license

16.1 Patterns of license agreements