The remodelled Centre of Emergency Medicine at East Tallinn Central Hospital was opened today, on 14 July. The Centre of Radiology, which plays an important role in providing fast and comfortable services to patients coming to the hospital with traumatic injuries, was also renovated.
East Tallinn Central Hospital’s Centre of Emergency Medicine at Ravi 18 closed on 14 July due to relocation
On Thursday, 14 July 2022, the Centre of Emergency Medicine of East Tallinn Central Hospital at Ravi 18 will relocate from its temporary container campus in the courtyard of the hospital to newly completed premises. As a result, the Centre of Emergency Medicine will be closed for 12 hours from 8 in the morning. Patients with eye problems are exempt and can turn to the Eye Clinic of East Tallinn Central Hospital for emergency appointments during relocation.
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.
The working day preceding the holidays, i.e. 22 June, is shortened and outpatient clinics will be open until 13:00. On public holidays from 23-24 June, the outpatient clinics, reception desks and phone service of East Tallinn Central Hospital will be closed. Emergency care is available 24/7 from the Centre of Emergency Medicine at Ravi 18, in block E.