The North Estonia Medical Centre is one of the top health care providers in the country. A patient-centred institution committed to professionalism, innovation and teamwork, the Medical Centre has more than 3,900 people – doctors, nurses, caregivers and specialists – working for the good of patients. Over 500 of them are doctors and at any given time, 100 medical residents are also based at the hospital. The hospital consists of seven clinics and 32 specialist centres. Similarly to European university hospitals, the North Estonia Medical Centre offers medical care in all specialist fields other than ophthalmology and obstetrics. Each year, around 145,000 patients receive specialist medical care at the North Estonia Medical Centre. A total of 36,000 of them are assigned to the hospital’s 1,200 beds. In 2014, 30,200 surgical procedures and operations were performed at the North Estonia Medical Centre.
AS Fertilitas was founded in 1993 and is the biggest private hospital in Estonia. The hospital has an outpatient clinic with two branches in Tallinn and 70-bed ward facility, 4 operating rooms and intensive care center. Specialists from more than 20 fields are available for you, working for the best possible solution for your health problems.
Strategic specialities are rehabilitation, gynaecology, ear, nose and throat diseases. The hospital offers also possibilities of treatment and follow-up treatment of internal diseases. Day surgery is performed in the fields of general surgery, urology and orthopaedics. For expecting mothers clinc offers pregnancy monitoring, post-delivery consulting and pediatrician´s consultations.
The hospital has very long-term experience of rehabilitation. Physiotherapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, speech therapists and other specialists participate in the treatment process in addition to rehabilitation therapists, making it possible to offer the service systematically and in the best possible way. Rehabilitation has a close synergy with services that aim to support the person’s independent ability to cope and autonomy after active, follow-up or rehabilitation therapy.
In addition to gynaecology, ear, nose and throat diseases and orthopaedical surgery high-level plastic surgery, including weight-reducing operations, are performed in Fertilitas. Help is available also for usual general surgery problems like hernia, rectal varices, gallbladder stones etc. In order to render orthopedic services Fertilitas cooperates with Artroskoopia OÜ ArtroSportKliinik. Known Estonian surgeons perform operations in hospital, therefore they are able to offer a high-quality medical service without a queue.
The hospital has contracts with Estonian Health Insurance Fund (EHIF) for hospital treatment in the fields of rehabilitation and follow-up treatment. In the field of day-surgery in addition to gynaecology, ear nose and throat diseases are covered with EHIF contacts. In the polyclinic services are offered according to the EHIF conditions in the fields of neurology and cardiology. In the presence of the EHIF contract the insured patients are serviced on the EHIF terms. If medical services are not covered with EHIF contract, they should be paid for according to the hospital’s price list.
Fertilitas takes care that treatment methods are always up to high standards. If personal approach and quick and high-quality service are important for you, you have made the right choice.
There are 7 individual clinics at the heart of East Tallinn Central Hospital – Diagnostic Clinic, Clinic of Internal Medicine, Eye Clinic, Women`s Clinic, Surgery Clinic, Clinic of Medical Rehabilitation and Long-Term Nursing Clinic. Clinics in turn include centers and departments which are focused on a specialty in a more strict meaning. Medical operation is supported by administration and several services.
Tartu University Hospital is the largest provider of medical care in Estonia, and all of the fields practised in the country are represented here. In several fields (such as kidney, bone marrow and liver transplantation and congenital heart disease surgery) it is the only medical institution in Estonia with specialists at such a high level. As Tartu University Hospital is the only hospital of its kind in Estonia, it plays a substantial role in both the undergraduate and post-graduate lives of students, as well as in the development of the country's medical science. Education and research are undertaken in close collaboration with the Medical Faculty of Tartu University. The hospital's mission is to be recognised as a leader in ensuring the continuity and development of Estonian medicine through high-level integrated medical treatment, training and research. Tartu University Hospital provides inpatient, outpatient and community-based services to patients residing all over Estonia.
The Hospital of Orthopaedics is an independent company dedicated to creating the best elective and outpatient treatment in Europe. The hospital model is developed in line with international best practice standards providing an innovative and proven effective approach to health systems in different countries. The Hospital of Orthopaedics provides services commissioned by Estonian Health Insurance Fund and offers patients a choice of private provision. The company’s commitment to high quality ensures that everyone is treated equally, regardless of the way the care is funded. In a competitive market The Hospital of Orthopaedics has been successful in treating a number of prestigious athletes, including several Olympic Champions. Extensive experience, focus on quality and personal approach are the key elements for patients choosing this hospital over other providers.
The Hospital of Orthopaedics works in close partnership with local health care communities to ensure the development of integrated approaches putting the patient at the centre and providing seamless service. The hospital contributes to clinical networks, supports the training and education of healthcare professionals and works in close relationship with National Health Insurance Fund.
The focus of the Sports Traumatology Centre of the Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinic of Tartu University Hospital is on treatment of the orthopaedic problems of active people regardless of age. We provide preventive counselling, surgical treatment and active rehabilitation.
The Centre's team includes orthopaedic surgeons Dr Leho Rips and Dr Madis Rahu. The Sports Traumatology Centre of Tartu University Hospital is the only centre in the Baltic states that specialises in the treatment of sports injuries. The Centre offers complex diagnosis and treatment with definitive solutions as well as specific post-operative and/or post injury rehabilitation.
The specialists working at the Sports Traumatology Centre are Dr Leho Rips, who is head of the centre, and senior consultant Dr Madis Rahu. Dr Rips and Dr Rahu have worked and professionally trained in a number of the world´s best clinics in Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Italy, France, Switzerland, Brazil, the USA and many other countries. They are also both active members of the Estonian Society of Arthroscopy and Sports Traumatology and ESSKA.
To a lesser degree, the Sports Traumatology Centre specialises in the conservative management and surgical treatment of sports injuries. Dr Leho Rips and Dr Madis Rahu, the Centre's orthopaedic surgeons, have extensive experience in performing various modern operations:
on the knee joint: restoration ACL and PCL anterior and posterior cruciate ligament, treatment of meniscus and cartilage injuries,
instability of the kneecap, meniscus implantation (with ACTIFIT implant).
on the shoulder joint: restoration and suturing of the rotator cuff, operative treatment of instability.
on the ankle joint: osteochondritis, pathologies of the Achilles tendon.
treatment of injuries to the elbow joint and the other joints.
In addition, the Centre also provides joint injection therapy with Synvisc ONE and Durolane. Autologous blood injection - Arthrex ACP.is used in the treatment of cartilage, tendons and ligaments of the joints.