From 18 October, COVID-19 tests will be performed at East Tallinn Central Hospital for all patients admitted for pre-scheduled hospital treatment. Testing includes all hospitalised inpatients as well as outpatient surgery and day care patients. Patients coming for a regular outpatient visit will not be tested.
Cervical cancer is an insidious illness that may develop in a woman’s body unnoticed for years until symptoms develop. During the international Cervical Cancer Prevention Week from 18-24 January, it is important to know that timely participation in screenings for cervical cancer and vaccination of girls against HPV helps prevent the occurrence of cervical cancer.
Ear, nose and throat specialists Dr Mare Kalvet and Erik Luht from East Tallinn Central Hospital are available for appointments at Kuressaare Hospital on a monthly basis.
East Tallinn Central Hospital Emergency Medicine Centre (EMC) at Ravi Street is relocating to a temporary medical campus in spring due to large-scale reconstructions.