Our outpatient clinic has practices of every specialty of internal medicine apart from abdominal organ and cardiac diseases.
You need a doctor's referral to be admitted. Most of our patients are admitted to follow-up monitoring from the emergency ward.
A clinic fee is collected from your visit. A continuing treatment fee is collected from continuing treatment.
Diabetes. Diabetics over 16, mostly suffering from type 1 diabetes.
- the joint practice of a physician and a nurse
- a nurse's practice
- the diabetes physician and nurse have a practice open once a week at the maternity ward for pregnant diabetics
Endocrinology. Diseases caused by hypo- or hyperactivity of endocrine glands. Endocrine glands include, among others, pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal glands. Various hereditary diseases.
Haematology. The treatment of difficult blood diseases.
- the practice for patients suffering from coagulation disorders
- patients who have received a stem cell transplantation
- myeloma patients
Infection outpatient clinic. The treatment of severe contagious diseases. Also, differential diagnostics is a part of our activity. The largest of the long-term patient groups is HIV positive patients.
- doctor's and nurse's practices
Foot therapist. The treatment of severe foot problems of diabetics and the training of the staff and patients about the foot problems of diabetics.
Nephrology. The treatment of difficult kidney diseases. The bulk of kidney patients are patients who have received a kidney transplantation.
- nurse's practice is for new kidney transplant patients
Teaching clinic for medical students. Various internal disease problems. The patient is first examined by a medical student, after which the issue is processed by a group of medical students lead by the specialist physician in charge of teaching, where the patient is also present.
Rheumatology. The treatment of inflammatory rheumatic diseases.
Outpatient clinic of general internal medicine. The treatment of patients with various and/or multiple internal diseases and prevention of cardiovascular risk factors.
Diabetes. Almost all patients using an insulin pump in our district are treated in our clinic.
Haematology. A haematological practice is also operated in the regional hospitals of Salo, Uusikaupunki and Loimaa.
Teaching clinic. The further examination and monitoring of the patient is often organised to be conducted during other practice visits. Examination at the teaching clinic is completely voluntary to the patient, and he/she can be scheduled an appointment at another clinic, if required.
People in charge:
Physician in charge Juha Varis, tel. 02 313 0657
Head nurse Päivi Lahtonen, tel. 02 313 3068
We are a part of the Tyks operational division of Medicine.