|Magdaleena Outpatient Clinic||
|Blood collection cabinet||Mon–Fri||7.30–16.00|
|Centre of Health and Wellbeing||
Pärnu mnt 104 (block C): X-ray, ultrasound,
panoramic X-ray, mammography
Asula põik 5 (block X): computed tomography, MRI
A fee is required for parking at the Magdaleena Outpatient Clinic and the hospital (Pärnu mnt 104) for visitors as well as patients.
Visitors and patients can park their vehicles at the hospital in the area indicated on the map.
Visitors can park free of charge for 15 minutes. To this end, indicate when you started parking on a parking disc or on a piece of paper and position it in a visible place on the windshield.
- The charge of the first 2 hours of parking is €0.60.
- Every consecutive hour also costs €0.6. Payment is required for parking 24/7
How to pay for parking
You can buy a parking ticket from one of the parking ticket machines on site using coins. Place the ticket on the windshield.
Parking ticket machines accept 10, 20 and 50 euro cents and 1 and 2 euro coins. You can also use 5, 10, 20 and 50 euro notes to pay. The parking ticket machines are located by the outpatient clinic front desk of the Magdaleena Unit and next to the entrance to the A block.
You can also use your mobile phone to pay for parking at the Magdaleena Unit. The parking zone reference is P10
- SMS parking – to commence parking, send a text message to 1902 with your registration plate followed by a space character and the parking zone reference P10, e.g. 123ABC P10. Call 1903 to end parking.
- Smart parking – select parking zone P10 to commence parking.
Free parking for the disabled
- Disabled persons and people accompanying them can park free of charge at the Magdaleena Unit provided that they have an appropriate parking card.
Parking information and customer support is provided on the helpline of AS Ühisteenused 651 1515.
Bus stop Tallinn-Väike. Buses: 5, 18, 28, 36 and trams 3, 4.
- Visiting is allowed: from 15:00-19:00 Mon-Fri and from 12:00-19:00 Sat-Sun.
- If you are experiencing symptoms of a viral disease (cough, rhinitis, fever), do not visit your loved ones.
- It is recommended to wear a protective mask in the hospital rooms, also during the actual meeting with the patient.
- Only one visitor per patient at a time.
Co-financed by the European Union.