the University of Tartu (Universitas Dorpatensis) was re-opened, with Georg Friedrich Parrot as its first rector.
Medical scientist Daniel Georg Balk founded and opened the Clinicum Universitatis Dorpatensis in Burger Dahlström’s house in Tartu, on Riga Hill.
The Clinicum Universitatis Dorpatensis was moved to Toome, a separate stone house rebuilt from the barracks.
The Women’s Clinic was separated from the Clinicum. It was moved to the adjoining house, which was specially rebuilt for it.
The name of the Clinicum was no longer officially used.
Opening of the Eye Clinic
Extension and reconstruction of the Surgery Clinic in Toome
Construction of two buildings of the Maarjamõisa hospitals
Opening of the second Internal Medicine and Surgery Clinic in Maarjamõisa
Establishment and furnishing of the Neurology Clinic in Maarjamõisa
Transition to the Estonian language in the medical records and the transaction of affairs
The first gastroscopy at the first Surgery Clinic of the University of Tartu in Toome
Completion of the Eye and Ear-Nose-Throat Clinic
First endotracheal anaesthesia
First lung resection
Establishment of the respiratory centre of the Neurology Clinic, introduction of modern intensive care in the treatment of polio, severe cerebellar trauma, and acute intoxication
First successful resuscitation of a patient from clinical death
Cardiac probing, extracorporeal circulation
Introduction of artificial kidney
First kidney transplant
First complete endoprosthesis of a hip joint
First coronary artery bypass grafting
First cardiac pacemaker installation
First prosthetic replacement of heart valves
First knee replacement
Introduction of computed tomography for scanning the brain
Introduction of a laser device for eye surgery
The Tartu University Hospital was re-established as an umbrella organisation.
Introduction of sonography for organs
The first baby at the Women’s Clinic was the result of in vitro fertilization (IVF)
Establishment of the Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Clinic
First bone marrow transplant in Tartu
The Government of the Republic of Estonia, the University of Tartu, and the City of Tartu signed a cooperation protocol and on 22 December 1998, the Foundation Tartu University Hospital was established.
First liver transplantation
First lung transplantation
First transluminal implantation of pulmonary artery valve
First simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplantation
First lower jaw joint replacement surgery