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New service: coronavirus antibody testing

Published: 20.05.2020

How to tell if you have had the coronavirus? In Qvalitas Medical Centre, you can now get tested for coronavirus antibodies and find out. You can provide a blood sample drawn from the vein to determine whether you have coronavirus antibodies.

Antibody testing (IgG)

IgG antibody testing shows the counterreaction your body has had after coming into contact with the virus. Most people develop antibodies between the second and third week of the illness after developing symptoms.

It is possible to have the COVID-19 disease, caused by the coronavirus, without having any symptoms or displaying only mild symptoms. This can be detected by analysing the blood for antibodies.

Even though the existence of antibodies indicates that the person has had COVID-19, there is currently insufficient information on whether the antibodies grant immunity.

Cost

€18.5 plus a €5 fee for the blood sample (total €23.50)

Registration

Yes, registration is necessary. You can make a preliminary registration by calling +372 605 1500 or sending an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Testing process

The blood used to perform the antibody analysis is drawn from the vein.

Reminder for patients

  • There is no need to refrain from eating or drinking before the test.
  • Visitors will have their temperature taken before the appointment and they will be asked to fill in a questionnaire on their health status.

Result

The results are uploaded to your online Patient Portal digilugu.ee, which is accessible with an ID card.


New service: coronavirus testing for individuals

Published: 20.05.2020

Qvalitas Medical Centre is one of the private medical companies participating in the public coronavirus testing and our stations have been open in a number of counties.

Additionally, we now provide a paid coronavirus test for individuals – the service is available in selected premises and following a strict procedure.

Registration

To get the test, you must register in advance by calling +372 605 1500 or sending an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Testing procedure

Your samples will be taken in Qvalitas Medical Centre in Ülemiste (Ülemiste Health Centre, Valukoja 7). Please note that we are using a separate entrance and rooms for testing purposes.

Please come in from the right side of the centre – you will see a dark metal door labelled accordingly.

For the purpose of providing a sample, DO NOT come in from the main entrance of the Health Centre, you can only get to the sampling site through the designated entrance.

Cost

The service costs €81.00 (€67.04 for the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 analysis based on the price list of the Estonian Health Insurance Fund, plus a sampling and processing fee).

Reminder for patients

The medical staff of Qvalitas Medical Centre will perform your analysis. To ensure efficient sampling and keep the infection risk as low as possible, please abide by the precautions and read the process description before giving your coronavirus sample.

Precautions

  • Arrive for your sampling process no earlier than the agreed time period on the agreed date. Sampling is only performed in the room and location specifically prepared for this occasion.
  • Please do not gather behind the sampling room door and remember to maintain a distance of at least 2 metres from other persons.
  • Present a personal identification document (ID card, passport or driver’s licence) to the receptionist to identify yourself. Please keep your distance from the receptionist.

Testing procedure

  • If you have a runny nose, please blow your nose before the sampling process to make sure it is cleared from secretion.
  • Sit in the designated chair and follow the instructions of the medical staff to provide a sample.
  • A sterile swab will be inserted into your nasal cavity to take a coronavirus sample from your pharynx.
  • Taking the sample takes 5 seconds and the process is repeated if necessary. You may feel discomfort in your pharynx area during the process.
  • Please do not move your head during the process and do not grab the arms or clothes of the person responsible for taking the sample. We also ask you to refrain from making sudden movements which may make it more difficult for the person responsible for taking the sample to do their job and cause discomfort to you.
  • Please do not talk to the staff during the sampling process as the disease spreads as a droplet infection.

If your test comes back positive, Qvalitas Medical Centre will contact you via telephone. Both positive and negative test results will also be uploaded to your Patient Portal environment on www.digilugu.ee. Qvalitas Medical Centre will also inform the Estonian Health Board of any positive results.

Companies should contact Qvalitas Medical Centre’s customer manager or write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for questions regarding testing.


Use of personal protective equipment during COVID-19

Published: 20.05.2020

During the coronavirus outbreak, an additional fee of €3 (no VAT added) will be applied to appointments at Qvalitas Medical Centre.

The additional fee is related to the increased use of personal protective equipment and applies per service used. The employer bears the additional cost in the case of occupational health services.


New service: physiotherapist’s consultation with Sander Jürs

Published: 20.05.2020

Qvalitas Medical Centre now offers video consultations with physiotherapist Sander Jürs.

Physiotherapist Sander Jürs

Sander Jürs graduated from Tartu Health Care College and has been working as a physiotherapist for 10 years. His specialist area concerns issues with the musculoskeletal system. 

Target group for physiotherapist’s consultation

A physiotherapist’s consultation is recommended for persons who have sports-related injuries or are experiencing back or shoulder aches as a result of working from their home office. We will try to find the best exercises to provide quick relief.

Registration

Video consultations will be brought to you by physiotherapist Sander Jürs via Microsoft Teams. Individual video consultations last up to 30 minutes. Contact our call centre to register an appointment and you will then be sent an invitation.

If you are using a personal computer or a laptop, open the invite by clicking on the link at the end of the letter you received. You can attend through your browser or download the environment on your desktop. If you are using a smart device, you must download the MS Teams mobile app (for iOS or Android) before the consultation. 

Reminder for patients

  • Please dress comfortably to be able to perform exercises when needed.
  • Make sure you have good Internet coverage. 
  • If you open the call before the physiotherapist, please stay on the line and wait for the consultation to start.
  • We recommend that you check your browser settings before the video call to make sure that you have enabled video and sound sharing. This will make the video consultation as efficient as possible, allowing the physiotherapist to demonstrate exercises and observe your movements to correct any mistakes.
  • Please approve the calendar invite by accepting the invite. 
  • Please do not reply to the letter sent to you. 

If you have any questions, please contact the call centre of Qvalitas Medical Centre in Tallinn by calling +372 605 1500 or in Tartu by calling +372 731 2260.


Attention – ticks!

Published: 20.05.2020

We know that “tick season” is usually open from April to October, but this year’s mild winter was very much to ticks’ liking. According to the Estonian Health Board, ticks become active when the ground temperature is 5-7 degrees above zero (Celsius).

Do not compromise on your quality of life; have the vaccine now. Tick-borne encephalitis is dangerous and can result in serious complications.

Getting vaccinated

You can get vaccinated against encephalitis all year round and the prime vaccination includes three doses. The vaccine is usually administered at intervals of 1-3 months between the first and second doses and 5-12 months between the second and third doses. However, to achieve protection more quickly, doctors may schedule the second dose 2 weeks after the first one.

A booster vaccination is required after prime vaccination. Consult your doctor on booster vaccinations.

Service pricing

View the pricing here: https://qvalitas.ee/et/eraklient/hinnakiri

Contact

Contact us in advance via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


Scheduled treatments to be resumed

Published: 20.05.2020

Qvalitas Medical Centre is gradually restoring scheduled treatments that were suspended during the emergency situation.

Occupational health services

Due to safety reasons, occupational health services will be restored gradually. Existing appointments will be prioritised and our self-service zone is available for scheduling new appointments. Our customer manager will assist you if you have any issues, and current information is available through the call centre.

 

Services by specialist doctors

Services by specialist doctors will also be brought to you gradually to ensure the correct and safe transition to regular service. If you have any questions about a future appointment, please contact us.  

 

Gynaecologist’s consultation

Gynaecologists are seeing patients based on prior registration. You can use telephone consultations to extend prescriptions.

Dr Kristin Jaigma is now seeing patients in Tartu.

Ophthalmologist's consultation

  • Ophthalmologist Dr Riina Meesak started seeing patients in Tartu as of 27.04.20.
  • Ophthalmologist Dr Karin Alari started seeing patients in Tartu as of 04.05.20.

We are delighted to inform you that Dr Natalia Lobanovskaya joined Qvalitas’ Tartu team on 11.05.20 as our new ophthalmologist. 

Psychiatrist’s consultation

  • Psychiatrist Dr Jaan Olari is not seeing patients in our Tartu centre as of 27.04.20.
  • Psychiatrists Dr Anneli Sell and Dr Maria Volkonskaja are seeing patients.

 

Cardiologist’s consultation

The service is available for existing customers of Qvalitas Medical Centre. Call 112 immediately if you are experiencing acute cardio-related symptoms such as severe chest pain and lack of air.

  • Cardiologist Dr Evi Tamm started seeing patients in Tartu as of 06.05.20.

 

Urologist's consultation

  • Urologist Dr Kalmer Innos started seeing patients in Tallinn as of 11.05.20.

 

Consultation with dermatologist-venereal diseases specialists

  • Dermatologist-venereal diseases specialist Dr Külli Paasi started seeing patients in Tallinn as of 08.05.20.

With regard to the emergency situation, we ask patients with problems related to moles to come for an appointment only if the moles under question are atypical and growing in size. Patients looking to have their moles preventatively checked are asked to come for an appointment after the end of the emergency situation.

Neurologist’s consultation

  • A neurologist started seeing patients in Tallinn as of 04.05.20 (Pärnu mnt centre at Jalgpalli 1).
  • Paediatric neurologist Dr Anu Sööt started performing video appointments as of 08.05.20 and will be seeing patients in person as of 18.05.20.
  • Neurologists are seeing patients in Tartu and new appointments will be open as of 18.05.20.

 

Orthopaedist’s consultation

  • An orthopaedist started seeing patients in Tallinn as of 11.05.20 (Pärnu mnt centre at Jalgpalli 1). 

 

Cardiac stress test

Cardiac stress tests are only available at Qvalitas Medical Centre on the condition that the patient has tested negative for the coronavirus in the past 48 hours.

Cardiac stress tests are performed in Tallinn based on prior registration. No stress tests are currently performed in Tartu and ECG tests are performed if the doctor considers it necessary for the patient.

X-ray and ultrasound

X-ray is open on a daily basis in Tallinn as of 20.04.20 and ultrasound is performed on specific days:

  • X-ray is open on Mondays and Thursdays from 9:00 to 14:00 in Ülemiste Health Centre Valukoja 7, second floor)
  • X-ray is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00 to 15:00 in Pärnu mnt centre (Jalgpalli 1)
  • ultrasound is open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:20 to 13:00 in our office at Narva road (Narva mnt 7)

X-ray is available in our Tartu centre as required – please call the registration desk for more information. Ultrasound examinations are also open again, please turn to the centre’s registration desk by calling +327 731 2260 to check available times.

We kindly ask family physicians to refrain from referring patients with symptoms of upper-respiratory viral diseases, except in cases where COVID-19 has been ruled out. We would appreciate if this were also indicated on the referral. This way we can protect ourselves as well as our patients.

Examinations require a referral from a doctor, preferably in digital form. Please indicate on the referral note as precisely as possible the area in which examinations should be performed (e.g. x-ray image of right ankle joint 2s). Examination results are then uploaded to the image bank and the Patient Portal.

For information and registration in Tallinn call +372 605 1500 and in Tartu +372 731 2260.

Work organisation at Qvalitas Medical Centre

Today, the most important prerequisite for scheduled treatments is the existence and use of personal protective equipment. As a result, by following a systematic action plan, we can gradually reintroduce our services as a healthcare organisation.

With regard to the ongoing emergency situation, there may still be some changes in the work organisation of Qvalitas Medical Centre. Our call centre provides current information on Qvalitas’ work organisation.

Please note that the virus is still spreading and regardless of gradual restoration of services, we must continue to act in a responsible manner.

Nurses may ask visitors who are early for their appointment to take a little walk so as to prevent people from gathering on the premises. We would like to thank all our customers for being patient and understanding during this challenging time.

The door to our Tartu centre is locked to minimise the risk of infection, please knock and the customer service will open the door.

Health status assessment before appointments

The coronavirus continues to spread and it is still essential that we assess the probability of infection. Qvalitas Medical Centre must ensure a treatment process without threat of the virus; assessing the health status of our patients before appointments plays a big role in this.

As a prerequisite for their appointments, all patients must fill in a questionnaire to help us understand their health status. By answering all the questions truthfully, you help make sure that persons who may be infected cannot enter the centre.

Please take into account that you will be asked to answer questions over the phone before your appointment and this process will be repeated on site.

 


Private healthcare providers are now offering emergency aid

Published: 27.03.2020

26.03.20 The Health Board is suspending all planned treatments outside the national hospital network in order to stop the spread of the COVID-19 infection. Private health clinics will continue offering only emergency assistance.

 

Thus, we must suspend scheduled treatments in our medical centres to prevent the infection from spreading and make sure we use the existing personal protective equipment as efficiently as possible.

 

Despite not being able to carry out scheduled treatments due to coronavirus outbreak, we remain available.

 

In the meantime, use our paid family physician telephone consultation service for assistance. Reach out to our reception at 605 1500 and we will transfer your call; the service is available from 09AM until 3.30PM on weekdays.

 

During the emergency situation, we will continue our work in the drive-in testing sites and will carry out free coronavirus testing. You can get tested based on the family doctor´s referral and ID-document, the test is taken without you leaving your personal vehicle.

 

We will extend and issue health certificates to rescuers, sailors, railway workers. Additionally we are issuing health certificates to food handlers (BAK). Operational information on these services is available at 605 1500.

 

Each and every one of us can contribute into overcoming the crisis faster. We can do so by assuring proper health behavior, following governmental orders and doing our best to stay healthy.

 

Qvalitas Medical Centre will share information about further updates on the web page as well as on social media channels. We appreciate your understanding.

 

Read the official notice from the Health Board: https://www.terviseamet.ee/en/news/private-health-clinics-and-dental-clinics-will-offer-only-emergency-aid

 


Using the paid family physician's telephone consultation service

Published: 20.03.2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic spreading in Estonia and around the world, the government has declared a state of emergency until May 1, 2020. Assuring the safety and hygiene of our employees and our customers has always been our priority. Nowadays we pay our utmost attention and care to personal hygiene and protection guidelines.

 

With this in mind, we'd like to remind you that at Qvalitas Medical Center you can use the paid family physician's telephone consultation service for 15 €. Please call our reception at 605 1500 between 9.00AM and 3.30PM and you will be connected with the family physician directly.

 

During this consultation, we will support you in solving general health problems and providing treatment advice, as well as extending prescriptions. The existing clients of Qvalitas Medical Center (including occupational health clients) can also expect our assistance with the issuance of official sick notes (Haigusleht) if needed.

 

However, please note that our centers cannot open/issue your certificate for Incapacity to Work (Töövõimetusleht) from the Patient Portal.


Coronavirus COVID-19 – preparedness and response plan

Published: 28.02.2020

Based on the Health Board's recommendations, we ask those staying in coronavirus risk areas and their relatives to remain at home for 14 days. During this period, please avoid occupational health checks as well as appointments with any another specialists in our premises.

If you develop symptoms specific to a viral disease, please remain calm. Either call your family physician directly or seek for a consultation through the family physician advisory line at 1220. Please note that this may not be a coronavirus.

If you develop high fever, severe cough and you´re having difficulty breathing, please call 112.

Coronavirus COVID-19 can only be tested for signs of disease and cannot be detected by a physician as prescribed. It is not possible to test for coronavirus at Qvalitas Medical Center.

The list of risk areas may broaden. Help prevent the spreading of viruses and keep yourselves up to date by visiting the websites of Estonian Health Board and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


Qvalitas Ülemiste center is moving to new premises!

Published: 20.12.2019

Starting from 6'th of January 2020 we are located at Ülemiste Health Center, Valukoja 7


Opening hours in December and during the holidays!

Published: 05.12.2019

Pärnu mnt. center  
13.12.2019 8.00-16.00
23.-26.12.19 closed
31.12.2019 8.00-14.00
Narva mnt. center  
13.12.2019 8.00-16.00
23.-26.12.19 closed
31.12.2019 closed
Ülemiste center  
13.12.2019 8.00-16.00
23.12.19- 06.01.20  closed
  Starting from January 2020 we are located at Ülemiste Health Center, Valukoja 7
Tartu center  
23.-26.12.19 closed
31.12.2019 8.00-14.00
Pärnu center  
23.-26.12.19 closed
27.-31.12.19 Registration is open, appointments and procedures are not available
Jõhvi center  
05.-12.12.19 Registration is open, appointments and procedures are not available
23.-26.12.19 closed
27.-31.12.19 Registration is open, appointments and procedures are not available

Influenza vaccine for the 2019 season!

Published: 03.09.2019

Annual influenza vaccination is the most effective way to prevent influenza and its complications. The influenza virus spreads from an infected person before the onset of symptoms, which makes it difficult to stop the virus from spreading rapidly among staff.

The composition of the influenza vaccine is changed every year according to the results of the World Health Organization's surveillance of influenza viruses, and it is recommended that a new dose of the vaccine be administered before a new outbreak occurs.

The best time to vaccinate is October or November, but it is possible to get vaccinated later throughout the influenza season. 

In the absence of contraindications, vaccination is recommended for all people who care about their health and are at least six months old.

Vaccination is contraindicated in people with hypersensitivity to eggs or other components of the vaccine and in people with acute febrile illness.

We definitely recommend vaccination to the following risk groups:

  • Persons aged 65 and over;
  • Persons suffering from anaemia or chronic disease of the lungs, heart, kidneys or metabolism (primarily diabetes);
  • Immunocompromised patients, including patients treated with immunosuppressive agents and HIV-positive patients;
  • Pregnant women who are in their second or third trimester of pregnancy during an epidemic or a period of increased incidence of influenza;
  • Patients with chronic illnesses in nursing homes and long-term care hospitals;
  • Occupationally endangered persons (health care professionals, care workers, waiters, etc.);
  • Individuals who may spread the virus to a high-risk group.

The most common symptoms of influenza are high fever, sore throat, cough and runny nose. Other possible symptoms include limb pain, headache, chills and fatigue. Vomiting and diarrhoea may also occur as well as abdominal pain in children

Recommendations for good health behaviour during the influenza season:

  • Avoid close contact.
    Avoid close contact with a sick person. When you are ill, avoid contact with other people so that they do not fall ill.
  • When you are ill, stay home.
    If possible, stay away from work when you are ill. This will prevent you from infecting others.
  • Cover your mouth and nose.
    When sneezing or coughing, cover your mouth and nose with a paper towel and put it in the trash bin immediately after use. If necessary, cover your mouth and nose with a sleeve. This will prevent you from infecting others around you.
  • Wash your hands.
    Frequent hand washing protects you and your loved ones from viruses.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
    Germs often spread when you touch objects covered with germs and then touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
  • Live healthily.
    Get enough sleep, be physically active, keep stress under control, drink enough fluids and eat nutritious food.

The address of our Pärnu mnt center has changed!

Published: 05.07.2019

Dear Client!

Please note that the address of our Pärnu mnt center has changed, the new address is Jalgpalli Street 1, Tallinn


Due to holidays all Qvalitas centres will be closed on 24th of June!

Published: 21.06.2019

Dear Customers!

Due to holidays all Qvalitas centres will be closed on 24th of June.

Enjoy the celebrations!


Delivery difficulties of hepatitis and yellow fever vaccines. Please contact us before vaccination!

Published: 07.05.2019

Regarding delivery difficulties, please contact our registration before vaccination with A, A + B hepatitis and yellow fever vaccine, to confirm the presence of the vaccine.


Physiotherapist Diana Talimaa has joined the Qvalitas Tartu team

Published: 15.11.2018

We are happy to announce that Physiotherapist Diana Talimaa has joined the Qvalitas team and starts practicing at our Tartu Center Qvalitas as of November.

Diana should be visited in case of the following health problems:

  • Backpain
  • Neck pain and headaches
  • Sports injuries
  • Stress related pains
  • Muscle tension
  • Posture disorders
  • Traumas
  • Joint pain
  • Postoperative recovering (recovery of joint movement and muscle strength

Visit fee 35.-

You can pre-book Your visit through Webregistration or call 731 2260


Medical centers in Tallinn have a united call center tel. +372 605 1500

Published: 31.08.2018

Dear customers!
Starting 30.08.18 our centers in Tallinn have united call center, please contact the number +372 605 1500


The entrance to the center of Narva mnt has been temporarily changed 27.08-15.09

Published: 27.08.2018

Dear customers!

1 entrance will be closed due to reconstruction. Entrance will be granted via 2 entrance by elevator via 5th floor.

We apologise for the inconvenience!


Qvalitas Pärnu center is moving to new premises!

Published: 19.07.2018

Dear Customers!

From 1. of August, 2018, we have re-located Our Pärnu center to a new address, Suur-Sepa 14, at the premises of Pärnu Family doctor’s Center, on the 2nd floor.

In our new center, our customers will be able to quickly and comfortably carry out radiological examinations such as X-rays and ultrasound, undergo a stress test and perform laboratory tests.

You can still contact us on the same number tel. +372 447 5244 and e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Sincerely

Qvalitas Medical Center


Opening hours summer 2018

Published: 26.06.2018

Qvalitas Medical Centre Pärnu mnt. Tallinn

02.07-31.08 open 8.00-17.00

 

Qvalitas Medical Centre Narva mnt. Tallinn

02.07-31.08.18 open 8.00-16.00

30.07-05.08.18 closed

 

Qvalitas Medical Centre Ülemiste City, Tallinn

16.07-20.07; 30.07-31.07 open 8.00-16.00

Closed 02.07-15.07; 23.07-29.07; 01.08-14.08

 

Qvalitas Medical Centre, Tartu

02.07-31.07 open 8.00-17.00

     

Qvalitas Medical Centre, Pärnu

Closed 09.07-31.07

 

Qvalitas Medical Centre, Jõhvi

Closed 16.07-12.08


Opening hours during holidays

Published: 21.06.2018

On 22nd of June centers are open 8.00-13.00

Happy Holidays!


Due to Easter holidays, all Qvalitas medical centers will be closed on Friday, 30th of March

Published: 29.03.2018


Qvalitas Medical Centers will be closed on Friday, 12 January!

Published: 10.01.2018


Opening hours during the Christmas and New Year!

Published: 19.12.2017

Pärnu mnt 102c, Tallinn

25-26.12.17 closed

01.01.18 closed

Ülemiste keskus

25.12.17-02.01.18 closed

Narva mnt 7, Tallinn

25-26.12.17 closed

29.12.17 closed

01.01.18 closed

Riia 2, Tartu

25-26.12.17 closed

01.01.18 closed

Ranna pst 1, Pärnu

25-26.12.17 closed

29.12.17 closed

01.01.18 closed

Jaama 32, Jõhvi

25-26.12.17 closed

01.01.18 closed

 

Warm Wishes for a wonderful Holiday Season!


Vaccination in Pärnu with pre-registration!

Published: 25.10.2017

Dear client!

Please confirm pre-planned vaccination times of contractual customer employees in advance with our Pärnu reception.

Reception contact information: +372 447 5244 and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Kids younger than 9 years old,who are getting the flu vaccine for the first time, will receive two doses of flu vaccine

Published: 17.10.2017

Kids under 9 years of age who have never had a flu shot will need 2 doses of the vaccine, given at least 4 weeks apart.

Please note, that You must pay separately for each vaccine dose.

 

Vaxigriptetra 19€


From October, our nutrition and diabetes specialist Maarja Randväli consults everyone at Qvalitas Ülemiste centre

Published: 03.10.2017

From October, our nutrition and diabetes specialist Maarja Randväli consults everyone at Qvalitas Pärnu mnt centre. 

With what kind of concerns can you contact Maarja Randväli?

If you or someone close to you has a weight problem or health concern (e.g. diabetes, lactose intolerance, cardiovascular diseases, kidney diseases, gout, etc.), then Maarja will support your treatment, analyses your diet and draws a nutrition plan according to your health status.

Read more about nutrition and diabetes counselling and book an appointment

 


Qvalitas Medical Centre in Tartu has opened its new and modern centre in Kvartal

Published: 03.10.2017

Qvalitas Medical Centre in Tartu has opened its new and modern centre in Kvartal, providing the services of specialist doctors and occupational health doctors. Various examinations and analyses can be conducted on the spot.

Early this year, the specialist doctors of Medicum clinic in Tartu joined forces with the occupational health doctors of Qvalitas Medical Centre, working together in the new Qvalitas centre in Kvartal since September.

According to Tõnu Velt, the manager of Qvalitas, quality and good access are top priorities. "While previously Qvalitas in Tartu provided only occupational health services, then now the centre in Tartu is already a fifth centre, where we offer full health care service. For us the development and expansion in our field is very important and the recently opened centre in Tartu has definitely contributed to this. Together with professional specialist doctors we are able to offer high-level full medical service to our clients, and this conveniently in central Tartu," said Velt.

The doctors operating in the modern medical centre located on the third floor of the shopping centre Kvartal include occupational health doctors, ophthalmologists and dermatologists, psychiatrists, a gynaecologist, midwife, neurologist, cardiologist, surgeon, radiologist and physiotherapist. Since Qvalitas Medical Centre in Tartu has a contract with the Estonian Health Insurance Fund, appointments compensated by the fund are also available in certain specialities.

The medical centre conducts health checks on the spot and issues relevant health certificates if successfully passed, such as for application of a driver's licence and weapons permit, starting of work or studies or continuation of work.

The new centre includes facilities for various examinations, such as x-ray, ultrasonography and cardiac stress test, offering these services also to the family doctors in Tartu, and an eyeglass store is open.

Qvalitas Centre in Tartu is located at the address Riia 2, on the third floor of the Kvartal centre.


Family Doctor Piret Innos has joined the Qvalitas team

Published: 20.09.2017

Dear Client!

We are pleased to announce that family doctor Piret Innos has joined the Qvalitas team and starts practicing at our Narva mnt Center. Dr. Innos treats all ages from infants to the elderly, performs procedures and analyzes, issues medical certificates and, if necessary, refers to specialist. Dr. Innos speaks Russian, English and Finnish. Visit fee 42.-


Physiotherapist Martin Argus has joined the Qvalitas team and starts practicing at our Ülemiste Center Qvalitas as of October.

Published: 17.10.2016

We are happy to announce that Physiotherapist Martin Argus has joined the Qvalitas team and starts practicing at our Ülemiste Center Qvalitas as of October.

Martin should be visited in case of the following health problems:

  • Backpain
  • Neck pain and headaches
  • Sports injuries
  • Stress related pains
  • Muscle tension
  • Posture disorders
  • Traumas
  • Joint pain
  • Postoperative recovering (recovery of joint movement and muscle strength)

Read more information and make an appointment

Martin Argus tells us more about himself!

I got into physiotherapy in 2009 when I commenced my studies at the University of Tartu. By now, I have finished my master’s studies specializing in physiotherapy and worked in different physiotherapy fields working with children, adults, amateur and professional athletes as well as professional musicians.

I specialize in musculoskeletal disorders.

I base my work on the belief that most important is to find the reason of pain and dealing with it is. I also believe that besides dealing with the reasons of pain, comprehensive treatment also includes methods that help to streamline relief from pain and recovery. 

Long personal experience as an amateur basketball player and pianist also helps me to better understand different injuries and stress related problems. I consider good communication skills, teamwork with colleagues and constant self-improvement important in my line of work.

I will be happy to receive you at Ülemiste Center Qvalitas.


From October, our nutrition and diabetes specialist Maarja Randväli consults everyone at Qvalitas Ülemiste centre

Published: 17.10.2016

From October, our nutrition and diabetes specialist Maarja Randväli consults everyone at Qvalitas Ülemiste centre. In addition, afternoon hours are available for appointments.

With what kind of concerns can you contact Maarja Randväli?

If you or someone close to you has a weight problem or health concern (e.g. diabetes, lactose intolerance, cardiovascular diseases, kidney diseases, gout, etc.), then Maarja will support your treatment, analyses your diet and draws a nutrition plan according to your health status.

Read more about nutrition and diabetes counselling and book an appointment

Maarja Randväli tells us more about herself and the process of nutritional therapy.

I have studied general nursing at Tartu Health Care College and in addition, clinical nursing, specialising on diabetes. I also have a Master's degree from Tallinn University, where I studied organisational behaviour in the field of health care (health care management). In previous years, I have had trainings in both Estonia as well as abroad. For a long time, I worked in children's clinic in Tartu, where a large amount of time, I was occupied with diabetes patients. Additionally, I have worked as a nutrition and diabetes counsellor in Valga hospital and in the National Institute of Help Development, as a diabetes counsellor/trainer in educational institutions 

As I pretty much dedicated myself to this field, I founded together with my colleague the MTÜ Diabeedispetsialistid (a non-profit association of diabetes specialists), where I am a Member of the Management Board. It is a professional organisation, which brings together the specialists of the field in order to develop the field in various aspects.

I really love my job. I like to communicate with people and help them in the field of nutrition, and I want to support them in coping with chronic diseases. I believe that a proper nutrition counselling requires an individual consultation and it must be concise, depending on the age, genetic features, eating habits of the family and many other things. The same is with chronic diseases, where continuous counselling and training is very important, and not only to the patient, but also his/her beloved ones. The continuous support and individual science-based approach are the key words in the process of nutritional therapy in order to achieve positive results. In my spare time, I do sports and participate in public sports events. I also read a lot professional literature.


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Published: 12.10.2016