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East Tallinn Central Hospital

+372 620 7987
+372 5309 6435
License L03570

The vision of East Tallinn Central Hospital is to provide the very top level of health service in a Tallinn Hospital, becoming the first choice for patients, partners and staff.
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Fertilitas Private Hospital

Liina Raieste
+372 605 9603
License L02662, L02665, L02828
Fertilitas was founded in 1993 and is Estonia's largest private hospital, with specialists in more than 20 areas including gynaecology and obstetrics, treatment for ear nose and throat illnesses, and rehabilitation services.
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Successful treatment is considered in Estonia to rely equally on good communication and trust between a therapist and a client working closely together and on modern equipment.

Therapies teach independent living
Therapy is an important part of rehabilitation in Estonia, as this is when the patient learns to cope independently. Successful treatment increases the patient’s capacity for work and shortens the illness and the time needed for a return to the life and work from before the trauma, even for patients who need a wheelchair for everyday mobility. For treatment to be effective, it is important that it is given in good time, with supportive care and in a calm environment to encourage recovery. This is very possible in Estonia, where there are both well-equipped hospital environments with private doctors available, and specially built rehabilitation centres.

A personal evidence-based approach
Patients are treated by a medical rehabilitation doctor, a physiotherapist, an occupational therapist, a psychologist, a speech therapist, a social worker, a massage therapist, support staff, and if necessary, a neurologist and other doctors and specialists. The team work together to assess the overall health of the patient; draw up a personal treatment plan; carry out all the necessary treatment; assess the patient’s ability to cope and additional needs; suggest ways of adapting the home, work and study environments, and getting and using aids to movement; and give advice to the family.

A full range of specialised equipment
Estonian rehabilitation centres are well equipped with modern technology and fittings, like neuro-orthosis, functional electrical stimulators, walking tracks for workouts and a walking robot walking aid. Even more important than the modern technology are the long experience of the medical team and their excellent training.

• Rehabilitation planning
• Cardiological rehabilitation
• Neurological rehabilitation
• Oncological rehabilitation
• Orthopaedic rehabilitation
• Rheumatological rehabilitation
• Pulmonological rehabilitation

Sample prices*:
Rehabilitation: € 120 for 24 hrs.
Rehabilitation package (10 days stay in hospital with all necessary treatments and consultation, and accommodation in a two-bed ward): € 1200
*Prices are given as a guideline only. The actual price will depend on the choice of services and may vary between service providers.