Sihtasutus Põhja-Eesti Regionaalhaigla
The North Estonia Medical Centre (NEMC) was established in 2001 by the Estonian government. It is one of the most prominent and innovative hospitals in the country, also the fastest growing e-hospital in the Baltic region. The NEMC is a hub of the Healthcare Network in North Estonia: the leading Oncology Centre, Estonian biggest Psychiatric Centre, the biggest Blood Centre, the largest Trauma Centre, North Estonia largest Cardiological Centre, it is a teaching hospital and an eager user of latest technology and new solutions.
The NEMC offers medical care in almost all specialist fields. The NEMC works closely together with the Medical Faculty of the University of Tartu, Estonian Genome Centre (the population-based biobank) and Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) and has started cooperation with the private sector in developing personalized medicine.
The NEMC is one of the key innovators in Estonia’s e-Health system.
Role within AIDAVA
NEMC is the lead in WP1, contributing mainly to the detailed description and validation of approaches and ideas. After that NEMC will perform the research by executing prototype testing. In WP4, NEMC will participate in the manual annotation of text documents in task 4.3, which will deliver, based on agreed guidelines, annotated training data sets in three languages for machine learning based data processing, to be developed in WP5. NEMC is also the chair representative at the Sustainability Advisory Board for the Project.