Hi guys!! Are you back home yet? I hope you had a good journey!
CENTRO RAPPORTI INTERNAZIONALI – International Relations Centre (CRI)
If you need to enroll at the University and get general information.
Università di Macerata
Via Piave, 42 – 62100 Macerata (Mc)
Tel: +39 0733 2586068/6067
Fax: +39 0733 2586068
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 10.30 a.m./1 p.m.
UFFICIO IMMIGRAZIONE – Immigration Office
If you need to receive your residency permit/card (non-UE students).
Via Prezzolini, 4 San Francesco zone, Macerata
BUS number 10/12 (bus station: Finanza)
Tel: + 39 0733 2541 (general number); +39 0733 254662 (U.R.P. – PR)
Fax: +39 0733 254663
Office Hours: Mon-Tue-Wed-Fri: 9.00 a.m./11.00 a.m.
For Student Canteen.
Via Piave, 35 – 62100 Macerata (MC)
Tel: +39 0733 56201
Fax: +39 0733 5620264
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9.00 a.m./1.00 p.m.
TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICE
Piazza della Libertà, 8/9 – 62100 Macerata (MC)
Tel: +39 0733 234807
POLICE: 112, 113
FIRE BRIGADE: 115
OSPEDALE DI MACERATA (Hospital)
For emergency/first aid, Guardia Medica (night service), specialist visits.
Via Santa Lucia, 2 – 62100 Macerata (MC)
Reception Tel: 0733 2571
Booking service Tel: 8000 98798 (land line number) and 199 419891 (mobile phone number).
ASUR N.9 – Distretto (Sede amministrativa)
For the registration to the National health System.
Ufficio Anagrafe Assistiti “Distretto”
Belvedere Raffaello Sanzio, 1 – Macerata
URP Tel: (URP) 0733 2572753
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8.00 a.m./1.00 p.m. – 3.00 p.m./6.00 p.m.
Saturday 8.00 a.m./1.00 p.m.
URBAN BUS SERVICE
Schedules and Tickets
The urban bus service is run by APM (Macerata’s Multiservice Company). Schedules are available on: http://www.apmgroup.it/ –> TRASPORTI –> ORARIO BUS
Tickets and travel cards are sold:
1) at the APM customer service desk (via Pannelli,1);
2) in news agents or in the so-called “Tabaccherie” (Tobacconists).
You can recognize them by their sign.
You can buy:
TO THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING – TOURISM
From Giardini Diaz (last bus at 8.23 p.m.)
BUS n. 7 or 8 to the Contrada Vallebona stop
TO VAL DI CHIENTI SHOPPING CENTRE
From Giardini Diaz (last bus at 8.23 p.m.)
BUS n. 7 or 8 to the C.C. Valdichienti stop
EXTRA-URBAN BUS SERVICE
There are many lovely towns to visit around Macerata, such as Tolentino, Abbadia di Fiastra, Recanati, Cingoli, or San Severino. If you wish to go to the seaside the nearest beach is in Civitanova Marche (30 minutes away), while if you like skiing the closest winter ski resorts are Sassotetto (Sarnano) and Ussita.
The best way to reach these resorts or to travel around our region is by bus. You can find schedules and prices at the website http://www.provincia.mc.it/provincia/muoversi.asp or at:
• Train Station – Piazza 30 Aprile, Macerata. Schedule: www.trenitalia.com
• Bus terminal – Piazza Pizzarello, Macerata. Orari: http://www.contram.it/orario.asp
You can also go by train. You can find schedules and prices at the website www.trenitalia.it.
If you need a taxi, you can call one of these numbers:
|Land Line||0039 0733 240353|
|Italo (mobile)||0039 347 8980378|
|Fernando (mobile)||0039 328 3683728|
|Massimiliano (mobile)||0039 339 2752222|
1. OFFERED SERVICES
The ASUR n.9 (Azienda Sanitaria Unica Regionale) is the regional health authority supplying the standard medical assistance financed by public funds. Some treatments are free, others require your financial contribution (“ticket”). If you pay, please keep all the receipts, in the case you can ask for a reimbursement in your home country.
A family doctor, or general practitioner, is a doctor you can refer to when:
– you need general medical advice;
– you need a medicine that pharmacies are allowed to sell only with a doctor’s prescription (called “ricetta”), such as antibiotics, anti-inflammatory medications, etc.
– you need a prescription (called “impegnativa”) for specific treatments or checkup at Macerata’s hospital, such as a dermatologist’s visit, or a blood test.
Family doctors are only available at office hours, generally between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. from Monday to Friday. We suggest you to go to their clinics, or call and check their surgery hours (“orario di ambulatorio”) in advance.
Here is a short list of Macerata’s family doctors.
SURNAME AND NAME
ADDRESS OF THE CLINIC
|ACCATTOLI PAOLO||VIA GARIBALDI, 44Macerata||0733 260501||336 245638|
|AVIO MARIANO||VIA DE AMICIS, 5Macerata||0733 236440||335 8364759|
|CARACENI LUCIANO||VIA SPALATO, 84Macerata||0733 34874||339 4335622|
|MARI ROMANO||VIA CICCARELLI, 8Macerata||0733 261506||330 280091|
|PIGNATARO ALESSANDRA||VIA ROMA, 408Macerata||328 4757459|
|POLVERINI LUCIANA||VIA ROMA, 408Macerata||0733 32247||338 4446915|
|TOMBESI MASSIMO||VIA SPALATO, 84Macerata||0733 35868||338 4306722|
When you register with the Italian Health Care System, you are assigned to a specific family doctor, whom you will refer to, for the whole length of your stay in Macerata.
If you need medical advice out of office hours (that is after 8 p.m. or during the week end) you can refer to the doctor on duty, also called “guardia medica”. You can either call him/her at: 0733 231378 or go directly to his/her clinic in Via Santa Lucia 2, very close to Macerata’s general hospital.
In case of urgencies or if you need an ambulance, you can call the emergency medical service at 118 or go directly to the first aid station of Macerata’s general hospital.
SPECIFIC TREATMENTS AND CHECKUP
If you feel you need a specific treatment or checkup, go first to your family doctor’s clinic and ask him/her advice. If needed, he/she will issue the prescription (“impegnativa”) required for most of the treatments supplied by ASUR n.9. Macerata’s hospital has two main buildings: the general hospital, and the head offices of ASUR n.9 (also called “Distretto”). When you make an appointment for a specific treatment, you should always ask in which building you will have to go:
|ASUR N.9 – Distretto (head offices) Belvedere Raffaello Sanzio, 1 – Macerata (point 3 of the map)
Main treatments offered: dentist and gynecologist, dermatologist, oculist, ear, nose and throat…
|OSPEDALE DI MACERATA (general hospital)Via Santa Lucia, 2 – Macerata (point 1 of the map)
Main treatments offered: emergency and first aid; blood test laboratory; ear, nose and throat specialist; dermatologist; orthopedist; oculist…
Reception: 0733 25721
Customer care (“URP”): 0733 2572753 (available Monday to Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 13 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5.15 p.m.)
E-MAIL: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
To make an appointment and book the needed treatment you can either:
• refer directly to the general hospital’s customer care service;
• call the general booking service
Tel: 8000 98798 land line number;
Tel: 199 419891 mobile phone number.
The day of your checkup or treatment, you will be asked to present your family doctor’s prescription (“impegnativa”).
2. DOCUMENTS NEEDED TO ACCESS THE ITALIAN HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE (non-EU CITIZENS)
If you want to access the Italian health care system and you are an extra-European student, you need a private health insurance policy against illness and accident. If during your stay you pay for treatments or examinations and keep all the receipts, you can ask your health insurance for a reimbursement in your home country. You will need the same insurance policy to apply for you temporary residence permit (“Permesso di soggiorno”).
ITALIAN IDENTIFICATION TAX CODE – “Codice Fiscale”
This code can be obtained for free at the “Agenzia delle Entrate” (District Tax Office) by simply presenting an identity card or passport. This does not require a great deal of time since the tax code is issued immediately, after filling in a specific form.
AGENZIA DELLE ENTRATE
Via Roma, 157 – 62100 Macerata
Tel: +39 0733 369211
Opening hours: Monday to Friday – 9.00 a.m./1.00 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday – ore 3.00 p.m./5.00 p.m.
3. HOW TO REGISTER TO THE ITALIAN HEALTH CARE
NON EU CITIZENS WITH A PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE
Thanks to your health insurance policy against illness and accident, you can register for free to the Italian health care system and access to the medical services supplied by ASUR n.9. The registration is to be done at the head offices of ASUR n.9, also called “Distretto”.
The office taking care of the registration is:
UFFICIO ANAGRAFE ASSISTITI
Belvedere Raffaello Sanzio, 1 (point 3 of the map);
Office hours: Monday to Friday 9.30/13.00–15/18; Saturday 9.30/13.00
Where: ask for a building called “Distretto”, ground Floor, on the left.
For the registration, you will be required the following documents
• an ID card or passport;
• a copy of your health insurance policy;
• a certificate issued by the University of Macerata. If you are an exchange/Erasmus student, you get this certificate when you register with the International Office;
• a copy of the receipt you got at the post office, when you posted the application form for your residence permit;
• a declaration of your address in Macerata;
• your Tax code.
There are two university canteens in Macerata: one is in the historic town centre and the other in the Faculty of Education-Tourism. Both are run by ERSU (the Regional Agency for students’ services). You will need a rechargeable card (“tessera ricaricabile”) which you will use to enter the canteen and pay for your meal.
Canteen in the Town centre
Vicolo Tornabuoni, 58/64
Tel: +39 0733 5620950
-Lunch from 12 AM to 2,45 PM
-Dinner from 7 to 9 PM (Apr-Sept) and
from 7 to 8,45 PM (Oct – Mar)
Canteen of the Faculty of Education-Tourism
Contrada Vallebona – Macerata
Opening hours: Monday to Friday
-Lunch from 12 AM to 2,30 PM
€ 3,00 for a light meal (“pasto ridotto”):
• first course (pasta) or second course (meat or fish);
• one side dish (vegetables, cheese or potatoes);
• a drink;
€ 5,00 for a complete meal (“pasto completo”):
• first course (pasta);
• second course (meat or fish);
• two side dishes (vegetables, cheese or potatoes);
• fruit or dessert;
• a drink
… but not too much, I swear! Images are shamelessly taken from other websites.
“Everything was destroyed: the power stations were destroyed, the mills stood still – wrecked and burnt down, just like machinery in the factories, the radios were silent and we had no electricity. A full day after the Germans had left […] we already had an embryonic electrical power distribution that allowed us reconnect to life.”
First of all, it’s very nice to meet you!
This is Sara, Fabrizia, Federica, Federica and Ilaria, we are third-year BA students at the detached faculty of “Translation and Interpreting” in Civitanova Marche. Along with another group of students from the Tourism faculty here in Macerata, we will be your guides during your stay in Macerata.
We’ll be posting some information about our University, local food and drink you can personally taste and beautiful places you can visit here.
If you need any information, just ask us and we’ll help you: we’re here to make sure your stay in Macerata is a memorable trip!
See you on Monday 14th!
Six days until we fly out on our adventure! I figured out what I am going to bring last night. Really proud of myself – I am packing light!