The purpose of the World Prematurity Day on 17 November is to bring attention to families with premature babies and their concerns, support networks and their ability to cope in everyday life. The neonatology department of the Women’s Clinic of East Tallinn Central Hospital organised a special day for the mothers of premature babies and invited politicians to a round table discussion to raise awareness of problems and find solutions.
On national holiday, February 24th, the polyclinics, polyclinic reception desks and the phone service center will be closed. February 23rd is a shortened work day. Emergency medical care is available 24/7 at the Centre of Emergency Medicine, Building E on Ravi 18 campus.
The polyclinics will be closed on December 24th, 25th, 26th and on January 1st. On December 23rd and 31st, there are changes to the polyclinics working hours, and also different hours for leaving packages for hospitalised patients.
Due to Easter Holiday, the polyclinics and Call Centre are closed on April 2.