In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health of our patients and hospital staff, please abide by the following instructions.
The Centre of Emergency Medicine of East Tallinn Central Hospital at Ravi Street is moving to a temporary medical campus for a year owing to large-scale renovation work in its rooms. As a result, the centre will be closed for 24 hours on 7 May.
Due to Easter Holiday, the polyclinics and Call Centre are closed on April 2.
On Monday, East Tallinn Central Hospital opened its third Covid ward, raising the total number of Covid beds in the hospital to 114 and making East Tallinn Central Hospital the largest Covid hospital in Estonia.
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.