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Mayor of Tallinn Mihhail Kõlvart reiterated in today's press conference that the city is intending to finalise the design of the hospital and will begin searching for alternative sources of funding.
On June 20, representatives from the East Tallinn Central Hospital had a meeting with the Creativity Matters IT didactics research group at the TalTech IT College. At the meeting, they learnt about the Double 3 telepresence robot and had a discussion regarding the possible applications of such types of robots in hospitals and polyclinics.
On 20 June 2022, Professor Tiit Land as the Rector of Tallinn University of Technology and Tarmo Bakler as the Chairman of the Board of East Tallinn Central Hospital signed a framework agreement for cooperation for mutual support in education, research and development and the promotion of science and entrepreneurship.
The Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) and the East Tallinn Centre Hospital have signed a twelve-year EUR 15 million loan agreement to finance the upgrade of the hospital’s emergency medical centre (EMC) and the renovation of Magdalena Outpatient Clinic.