As of today, the Confido walk-in clinics in Estonia start providing advice to people with health problems via their new paid health consultation line 1500, where help is also available in English. The walk-in clinics at Tallinn shopping centres Nautica and Lasnamäe Centrum are temporarily closed and no patients are accepted there.
According to the chairman of the Confido Healthcare Group management board Tarmo Kärsna, there were three important reasons for temporary reorganisation of the activities of the walk-in clinics. „Contain...
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