Pulmonology (lungs)

A pulmonologist, or lung doctor, deals with lung and respiratory diseases.

A pulmonologist, or lung doctor, deals with lung and respiratory diseases.

The main problems and reasons for consulting a pulmonologist: bronchitis, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pneumonia, allergy, breathing disorders during sleep (snoring, sleep apnea), difficulty breathing (shortness of breath), prolonged cough, and wheezing.

You can see a pulmonologist or lung doctor without a referral. Reception financed by the Health Insurance Fund takes place only if there is a referral.

Pulmonology nurse appointment

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The pulmonology nurse carries out tests assigned by the doctor for patients who have come for a pulmonologist appointment. For example:

  • spirography
  • bronchodilator test
  • diffusing capacity measurement
  • inhaler use training, if necessary

In addition, pulmonology nurses instruct patients with sleep disorders before sleep studies.

Appointments financed by the Estonian Health Insurance Fund can be booked by calling +372 666 2727 or visiting the National eBooking System». A referral from a pulmonologist is required to register for an appointment with a pulmonology nurse.

Service providers

We provide this service

Confido Medical Centre
Veerenni 51, Tallinn


Duration up to
Pulmonology nurse appointment
Inhaler training
20 €
15 min
A pulmonology nurse appointment is preceded and followed by an appointment with a pulmonologist, who determines and evaluates the necessary examinations:
Duration up to
Allergy immunotherapy
35 €
30 min
25 €
30 min
Bronchodilator test
50 €
45 min
Diffusing capacity measurement
70 €
45 min
Polysomnographic test (Apnealink), partial
125 €
30 min
Polysomnographic test (Nox), full
210 €
30 min

We have several payment options. Read more HERE.


Book in self-service
Appointment via Health Insurance Fund