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Finland is known for its pure nature, air and water, as well as its high level of education and the well-being of the population. We want to provide you the superior, Finnish experience of health and medical tourism.

Comprehensive service

Our FinnHealth team provides a high-quality health and medical tourism-oriented service, where you and your health are the centre of attention. We will tailor a comprehensive service according to your needs. We have good connections by plane, train and car.

Most modern hospital in Finland

Following the introduction of our newest buildings in the summer of 2015, we are the most modern hospital in Finland, where the best practices and the latest technology are applied.

Representing all medical specialties

We represent all medical specialties, who work in close, multidisciplinary cooperation. For example, epilepsy surgery and the treatment of especially severe burns have been nationally centralised to our hospital. We treat the most common national diseases in special top centres, such as Neuro, Heart and Cancer Centres. In them, the various specialisations strive to overcome the disease together.

Satisfied patients

The excellent quality of our operations is indicated with the international-quality certificate ISO 9001: 2008, which has been granted, to its full extent, to KUH as the first university hospital in Europe. And most importantly, according to opinion polls, our patients are very satisfied with the treatment they have received.

Heikki Miettinen
Medical Director, MD, PhD,
Adjunct Professor

Helena Länsimies
FinnHealth Manager
PhD, Health Sciences

All our services are available quickly and flexibly if the situation so requires and we further improve the service experience

Our entire hospital will be reformed over the next decade, by means of new buildings and renovations. The basis of the reform is the new hospital building that was opened in the summer of 2015, where the hospital's core functions are now placed. This building covers an area of over 35,000 brm2 and the construction costs were approximately 100 million euros. In the autumn of 2015, the new building for radiotherapy was also completed, where, for example, the radiotherapy unit, oncology outpatient clinic and infusion unit are located.

The whole of our hopistal area with multiple buildings is still compact and easy to navigate.