1. Tallinn Children's Hospital- Tervise 28, Tallinn
In case of emergency problems, you can consult a hematologist on the children's duty between 9 am and 9 pm. on the phone 58 87 8405, at other times you can call the ward nurse on duty directly 697 7195.
In case of bleeding, you can go directly to the department on working days from 8 am to 4 pm. and during non-working hours through the emergency reception of the hospital.
All children aged 0-18 with bleeding problems are welcome to see a pediatric hematologist.
A referral is required to register for an appointment.
You can register for an appointment through the digital registration desk or call the call center at 697 7200.
Kadri Saks - Monday 10:00-14:00
Kristi Lepik- Wednesday 10:00-14:00
Maarja Karu- Thursday 10:00-14:00
Marge Lenk (pediatrician)- Tuesday 10:00 -14:00
Scheduled visits, prescription renewals, physiotherapist consultation, joint examinations take place by individual agreement with the attending physician.
Kadri Saks- 697 7342, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristi Lepik- 697 7242, email@example.com
Maarja Karu- 697 7243, firstname.lastname@example.org
Marge Lenk (pediatrician)- 697 7289, email@example.com
Katrin Hõimoja (nurse dealing with bleeding disorders)- 697 7288, firstname.lastname@example.org
To solve problems, you can always write to the head of the SA Tallinn Children's Hospital department
2. Northern Estonia Regional Hospital (adults)- J. Sütiste tee 19, Tallinn
With urgent health problems and to order physiotherapy procedures, contact the nurse/hemophilia nurse on weekdays from 8 am to 4 pm on the phone 53 065 647.
Emergency cases: go to the emergency department and contact the doctor on duty yourself. Doctor on call: 50 71 603 (24/7).
We recommend visiting a doctor at least once a year.
Ambulatory reception: regular appointments by a doctor trained in bleeding disorders are still taking place, where you can register by calling 617 1678 or 617 1679 on working days from 8 am to 4 pm.
At any time (24/7) you can contact the on-call doctor of the hematology department with your problems by phone 50 71 603.
You can send your questions, suggestions or medication orders to the address email@example.com and the answer is guaranteed within 24 hours on working days.
To solve problems, you can always write to the head of the SA PERH hematology center Mariken.Ross@regionaalhaigla.ee.
3. Tartu University Clinic (children and adults)- Puusepa 8, Tartu
Emergency cases: go to the emergency department. At any time (24/7), you can contact the on-call doctor of the hematology department with your problems at 53 319 563.
In case of emergency hospitalization to a place other than the hematology department, ask your attending physician/on-call doctor to immediately contact the on-call doctor of the hematology department on the phone 53 319 563. In case of suggestions or problems, you can write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ambulatory reception: the contact person on weekdays from 8 am to 4 pm is the nurse of the hematology reception office, J building, room J64, phone 731 9567.
To obtain coagulation factors: the contact person on week days from 8 am to 4 pm is the nurse of the hematology reception office, J housing, office J64, phone 731 9567.
4. Pärnu Hospital (children and adults)- Ristiku 1, Pärnu
In case of an emergency problem, the doors of the Emergency Medicine Department of Pärnu Hospital are open 24 hours a day. A solution to the patient's problem is found on the spot or, if necessary, by consulting and finding a solution with higher-level on-call teams.
In order for things to run smoothly, we recommend bringing the "pass of bleeding patients" and the substitute medicine used in case of bleeding, if available.
Hematologists routinely consult bleeding patients:
dr. Virge Abrams (Day care physician)
dr. Halliki Kõdar
dr. Ines Vaide (specialist in coagulation disorders)
Please register an appointment through the Patient portal: www.digilugu.ee
A referral from a family doctor or specialist is required.
Or by calling the reception of Pärnu Hospital: Mon-Fri 7.30 am to 6 pm on 447 3300. Your family doctor can consult the hematologists of Pärnu Hospital through the e-consultation system.
5. Kuressaare Hospital (children and adults)- Aia 25, Kuressaare
In the event of an emergency problem, we recommend and ask bleeding patients to contact our Hospital's Emergency Medicine Department (open 24 hours), where a solution will be found according to the situation in consultation with hematologists. Or in on-call conditions by consulting the on-call teams of higher-level treatment facilities.
For planned examinations and consultations, bleeding patients can register with hematologists dr. Ines Vaide (specialist in disorders of the coagulation system) and for receptions to dr. Edward Laane by through the Digital Registry: www.digilugu.ee
Or by calling the Kuressaare Hospital registry, tel. 452 0115. A referral from a family doctor or specialist is required.