- Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Clinic
- Genetics and Personalized Medicine Clinic
- Haematology and Oncology Clinic
- Surgery Clinic
- Lung Clinic
- Ear Clinic
- Children’s Clinic
- Andrology Clinic
- Dermatology Clinic
- Women’s Clinic
- Neurology Clinic
- Psychiatry Clinic
- Radiology Clinic
- Eye Clinic
- Internal Medicine Clinic
- Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinic
- Stomatology Clinic
- Heart Clinic
- Orthopaedics Clinic
Raja 31, second floor
Register for an out-patient treatment by calling 731 9100 or via the national digital registration system.
The Dermatology Clinic at the Tartu University Hospital treats and diagnoses various skin diseases and sexually transmitted diseases.
Register for an out-patient appointment by calling 731 9100, going to Raja 31 or via the national digital registration system. You do not need a referral to see a dermatologist.
The in-patient department of the Dermatology Clinic treats patients with chronic skin conditions who do not need 24-hour monitoring and in-patient treatment (biological treatment of psoriasis and PUVA therapy).
For early detection of skin tumours, a mobile skin cancer diagnosis cabinet can be visited, allowing the public to reach a dermatologist faster. The Estonian Cancer Society has acquired and equipped a bus with modern technology and the service is provided by the Dermatology Clinic of the Tartu University Hospital on the basis of the departure schedule . You can book an appointment by calling the Hospital at 7319 100.
Scheduled patients are admitted to the hospital from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the second floor of Wing B of the Dermatology Clinic in the reception area. Emergency patients are admitted to the hospital by the nurse on duty. After being admitted to the hospital, you will be sent to the department, introduced to it, and guided to the ward. You can consult the hospital rules of procedure in the patient information folder which can be found in the ward. Any questions can be addressed to the security staff. On the day of arrival (before 11 a.m.), you will be served lunch and dinner.
Head of the Clinic