The Tartu University Clinic is a healthcare and medical teaching service in Tartu, Estonia, and a subsidiary of the Tartu University. The Tartu University Hospital, also known as Tartu Hospital, located at 8 Puusepa Street, is a part of the Tartu University Clinic. Its administrative services are located in two buildings on Puusepa Street and its buildings are located throughout the city of Tartu. As an exception, the Clinic's andrology clinic has a facility in Tallinn, on Gonsiori Street. The clinic is the largest employer of Tartu. The clinic had a pioneering role in the study of mental illnesses, as it was the world's first university clinic with a psychiatry department. Famous German psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin worked there. The surgery of the clinic is connected with works of famous Russian surgeons Nikolay Pirogov and Nikolai Burdenko. Based on the vision of the clinic, the mission of the Clinic is the most general goal: "The mission of the clinic is to ensure the continuation and development of Estonian medicine through a high level of integrated treatment, study and research. As a health care institution and a base for teaching research at the University of Tartu, the goal of the Clinic is to provide high-level medical care through the management and use of its assets and, in cooperation with the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Tartu, the provision of postgraduate and post-graduate education and medical research and medical research, for doctors and other medical personnel.
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Tartu University Childrenï¿½s Clinic that are published in OMICS International journals.