Meilahti Tower Hospital
Meilahti Tower Hospital is part of HUS Helsinki University Hospital. In the hospital, we treat patients in the specialty fields of cardiothoracic surgery, vascular surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, and neurology.
Entry to the Meilahti Emergency Department is via Haartman Hospital's main entrance starting May 3.Meilahti Emergency Department
In Finland, all organ transplants in adult patients are exclusively performed at Meilahti Tower Hospital.
The neurological unit of Meilahti Tower Hospital is also responsible for the telemedicine of stroke dissolution therapy in Finland.
Meilahti Tower Hospital has outpatient clinics in several specialty fields, as well as activities supporting examinations and treatment, such as laboratory and imaging services, a physiotherapy unit, and a Neurology Rehabilitation Evaluation Unit.
We work closely with the adjacent Meilahti Triangle Hospital and the hospitals share a common main entrance. The emblem of the Meilahti Tower Hospital is a large, turquoise letter M, which is visible in the entrance hall. The wards have been marked with an “M” and the floor number, for example, M6 indicates the Neurology Ward located on the 6th floor.
Open 24 hours a day. Detailed contact information and visiting hours are available on the page of each ward and unit.