The Medical Centre will introduce a ban on visiting hospitalised patients from 23 December 2022.
Parcels for patients must be left at the information desk of the hospital, from where they will be forwarded to patients. Please mark the name and department of the patient correctly on the parcel.
As of Friday, 2 December, the ban on visiting patients ended and the hospitalised patients of the North Estonia Medical Centre can be visited again as usual. 06.12.2022
All available personal health data of an individual in one consistent semantic model: through its sophisticated research project, the interdisciplinary AIDAVA consortium of 12 European partners and two associated partners will develop a digital solution, orchestrating diverse artificial intelligence technologies, for more efficient curation and publishing of personal health data, delivering interoperable and reusable personal health records for the benefit of patients and clinical researchers.20.10.2022
Due to the continuous increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Estonia, the Medical Centre will introduce a ban on visiting hospitalised patients from Friday, 30 September. Parcels for patients must be left at the information desk of the hospital, from where they will be forwarded to patients. Please mark the name and department of the patient correctly on the parcel. 30.09.2022
From 2 June, the North Estonia Medical Centre is again accepting visitors of the patients staying at the hospital. 04.06.2022
In the public areas of the North Estonia Medical Centre (e.g. lobby, corridors, general areas of departments), the requirement to wear a mask is still in place to maintain a safe treatment and work environment for both patients and staff.12.04.2022
On 10 March, The North Estonia Medical Centre opened a general health check-up point for Ukrainian war refugees at its Hiiu unit (Hiiu 44, Tallinn). The health check-up point is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.23.03.2022