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PREGNANCY CENTRE

CONTACT

Pregnancy Centre
Sõle 23, Unit B, I Floor
Open: Mon to Thu 8 am to 7 pm; Fri 8 am to 5 pm
Telephone: 666 5307, calls are recorded
Prenatal Diagnostics
Prenatal Diagnostics

A referral is necessary

Prenatal Department and Prenatal Outpatient Department
Sõle 23, Unit A, II Floor
Midwife on Duty, Tel: 580 42 990 or 666 5723

 

A referral is necessary

REGISTERING FOR AN APPOINTMENT

The number for the Reception is: +372 626 1314
The number for the Pregnancy Centre is: +372 666 5307

CANCELLING AN APPOINTMENT

The number for the Reception is: +372 626 1314
The number for the Pregnancy Centre is: +372 666 5307

 

 

 

At the Pregnancy Centre, both midwives and gynaecologists will perform check-ups during the pregnancy. If the course of the pregnancy is normal, the midwife will monitor the pregnancy and advise the expectant woman.
A gynaecologist’s consultation will take place twice during the pregnancy. If any pregnancy risks occur, the midwife will direct the expectant mother and arrange a gynaecologist’s appointment, the necessary tests and hospital care if necessary.

Midwife and gynaecologist’s appointments generally last for 30 minutes.

NB! In order to protect your personal data we do not give out the test results by phone or by email.


REGISTERING YOUR PREGNANCY!

All expectant mothers are welcome at the Pregnancy Centre where we will monitor your pregnancy. The first health check-up during the pregnancy may be performed by both a gynaecologist and a midwife.

The pregnancy should be registered from the 8 or 9th week of pregnancy.


MONITORING YOUR PREGNANCY

 

If you are healthy and have no chronic diseases, the course of the pregnancy will be monitored by a midwife and you will also have consultation with a gynaecologist if necessary.

PRENATAL DIAGNOSTICS

During prenatal diagnostics, we will perform prenatal screening tests (the OSCAR test), an ultrasound of the foetus, and a chorion biopsy and amniocentesis if necessary.

It is also possible to perform a non-invasive DNA test to identify any chromosomal diseases the foetus might have.

PRENATAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT

 

The Prenatal Outpatient Department is for expectant mothers who need to undergo tests and treatment that do not require them to stay at the hospital overnight.

You will need a referral before arranging an appointment at the hospital, and you will need to arrive at the Reception Room of the Maternity Hospital between 8 am and 10 am in the morning.

You will need to bring your Pregnancy Card, a change of shoes and comfortable clothes.

In the Prenatal Outpatient Department, we may perform an external cephalic version in case the foetus is in a breech position, treat excessive vomiting during pregnancy, perform foetal tests and prepare your delivery management plan.

PRENATAL HOSPITAL CARE

Prenatal hospital care is necessary for those pregnant patients who require treatments for various pregnancy-related diseases, and for acute and chronic general diseases. You may receive either planned or emergency hospital care.
In both cases, it is necessary to have a referral and we ask you to bring your Pregnancy Card, a change of shoes, comfortable clothing and hygiene products.
Hospital care is provided round-the-clock.


Head of the
Department

Juhataja

Ksenia Buts
tel 5302 1497
Ksenia.buts@keskhaigla.ee

Department
Head of Midwifery

Õendusjuht

Elina Piirimäe
tel 5344 1984
Elina.piirimae@keskhaigla.ee

Chief
Midwife

Raseduskeskuse vastutav ämmaemand
Kristel Kukk
Kristel.kukk@keskhaigla.ee