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.
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.
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.