In the modern and fully equipped clinics of OÜ Renalis, we provide high-quality dialysis services to patients in cooperation with hospitals. In addition to patients who have health insurance in Estonia, foreign clients with the European Health Insurance Card, as well as patients who wish to pay for the service, can come to treatment.
In planning the treatment process and achieving the best quality of service, the clinics of OÜ Renalis employ renowned nephrologists and doctors from the largest regional and county hospitals in Estonia.
The service is funded by the Estonian Health Insurance Fund.
Dialysis is the cleansing of the body of excess waste products (for example, urea, creatinine) and excess fluid. One of the options for kidney replacement therapy is haemodialysis. The haemodialysis procedure is usually needed three times a week. During the procedure, uremic toxins and excess fluid are removed from the body with the help of a haemodialysis apparatus and a special filter. The haemodialysis procedure lasts for 4 hours.
OÜ Renalis and its subsidiary Renalis Kliinikud OÜ are privately owned Estonian companies.
In our activities, we are committed to improving the health of patients with renal insufficiency by providing a patient-centred, state-of-the-art dialysis service.
Quality, professionalism, care and responsibility serve as the core values of the company. Our goal is to preserve the health of both patients and the team in the best possible way, as well as to support the loved ones of the patients. With the dialysis service, we help to increase the quality of life of our patients and their ability to successfully carry out their everyday activities. In our team, the dialysis service is handled by true professionals in their field – experienced and recognised nurses and doctors and other specialists.
The company owns 13 contemporary clinics in Viljandi, Rakvere, Haapsalu, Jõgeva, Keila, Lasnamäe, Narva, Paide, Kärdla, Veerenni, Pärnu, Rapla and Kuressaare.
To ensure state-of-the art functionalities, we are constantly improving our knowledge, technology, treatment and working methods.
When treating patients, we follow the national and European guidelines for the evaluation and treatment of chronic kidney disease.
Our largest partners are:
Estonian Health Insurance Fund, West Tallinn Central Hospital, North Estonia Medical Centre, Rapla County Hospital, Kuressaare Hospital, B.Braun and Fresenius Medical Care.