Monday June 8th, 2020

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8 million euros to be invested in Dr. Mauriņa Vein Clinic in Mežaparka Rezidences

Mežaparks Residences will include Dr. Mauriņa Vein Clinic with the most modern equipment in the Baltics. Construction is planned to start next year and will be open to patients in the spring of 2023. The total cost of the project is about EUR 8 million. The area of the land purchased by the clinic is 5497m2.
“We are pleased that Dr. Mauriņa Vein Clinic chose our project for the construction of its new clinic. The world-class health institution, as it is intended to be, will definitely be of great benefit to both the residents of Mežaparks and whole Latvia,” said SIA Domuss Chairman of the board Ralfs Jansons.
The new Clinic will be about 3800m2, located opposite the office building, and designed by the same company that created the office building – Didrihsons arhitekti. Lead architect Gatis Didrihsons notes that the design of the clinic is ascetic, rational, technologically smart, and suitable for medical needs, yet elegant and subtle. “The white building is gently nestled between two existing rows of trees in harmony with a particularly thoughtful approach to the landscape, architecture, and interior of the building. Emphasis is placed on use of high-quality materials produced by local manufacturers,” Didrihsons explains.
The Clinic will include a private surgery suite and phlebology, proctology, dermatology, diagnostics, aesthetics, and gynecology departments. “The opening of the Clinic will make diagnosis and treatment of pelvic deep vein diseases available for the first time in the Baltics. The new clinic will provide on-site diagnosis and treatment of vascular diseases,” stresses the Clinic’s director prof. Uldis Mauriņš. He explains that in addition to superficial vein surgery, phlebology services will be complemented by diagnosis and treatment of deep vein diseases, including proctology services – extensive diagnosis and treatment of colon disease as well as minimally invasive surgical operations. Mauriņš predicts that with the opening of the new clinic, more than 100,000 patients will be able to receive necessary medical services instead of the current 67,000 patients.

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