The name of the hospital Naltrex Zone was created with special intention to emphasize importance of alternative, advanced and more acceptable remedies (Naltrexone) instead of previously long-term inefficient practices of a Methadone use as a substitution therapy.
Naltrex Zone Hospital was founded in 2008 as part of a worldwide chain of namesake hospitals for the treatment of addiction disorders.
Our hospital's doctors initiated the establishment of the Serbian Association of Addictologists in 2010. At the same time, they are the members of the Association's Management Board.
Our hospital uses advanced medical and pharmacotherapeutic approaches which provide a chance even for those addicts who have tried everything and failed. We are especially proud of our sophisticated methods of transferring from methadone as a substitution therapy to a blocker pharmacotherapy or buprenorphine as substitution therapies with no side effects.
The hospital is situated in a peaceful and safe part of Belgrade (Južni bulevar 166, Vračar). The security system includes cameras, 24-hour permanent security service, electronic and remote entry control.
The infrastructure consists of an outpatient department and an inpatient department. The outpatient department contains medical offices and group workspace, while the inpatient department has patient rooms, in which detoxification treatment is carried out.
Patient rooms are single-bed, two-bed, and four-bed rooms, all of them having the most advanced medical equipment. All the rooms are air-conditioned and in every room there is a TV set with cable networks.
In the hospital, there is also a spacious lounge with a kitchenette and a balcony, where smoking is allowed in accord with the regulations of the Serbian Ministry of Health.
The hospital's house rules are based on the principles of addiction therapy and treatment. A particular emphasis is on respecting privacy and not disturbing other patients or the professional team in the treatment process.
Special security measures have been taken to prevent psychoactive substances and alcohol from being brought into the hospital.