Family doctor and family nurse appointments for Ukrainian war refugees

Ukrainian war refugees in Tallinn can now make an appointment to see a doctor at the Confido Medical Centre. We offer primary appointments for war refugees to see a nurse and a doctor. Appointments and services are FREE OF CHARGE to persons who have been granted temporary protection.

A doctor diagnoses and treats illnesses, consults specialists or refers patients to specialists if necessary, provides advice on preventing injuries and poisoning, monitors people suffering from chronic illnesses as well as children’s development and also carries out vaccinations. A nurse is part of the doctor’s team and their support person who consults people in critical conditions and with chronic illnesses, carries out analyses, writes certificates, etc.

Please note! In the event of an emergency or a life-threatening health problem, call the emergency number 112.

Booking an appointment

Appointments take place: Monday-Friday 8:00-18:00. Please book an appointment ahead of time to see a doctor. Booking an appointment:


Appointments take place in Tallinn, on the 4th floor of the Confido Medical Centre located at Veerenni 51. Please book an appointment ahead of time to see a doctor or nurse.

Appointments are offered for four hours a week on the MS Isabelle ship.

Please bring an identification document (passport, driver’s licence, ID card, etc.) to the medical examination.

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