2016 September 25

Word from Head Doctor

jolanta_salygieneDoctor Jolanta Sąlygienė Clinic Executive Director

Dear Patients,

When establishing the clinic, I not only endeavored to create a cozy atmosphere for you to enjoy during your visit here, but  also to provide you with up-to-date medical assistance as well as guaranteeing your absolute safety.

The clinic started operating on 1st of August in 2010. Initially, we only provided partial assistance to infertile families; nevertheless, we have focused on implementing a modern laboratory and surgery since the very first day of our work.

On 8th of February in 2010, we were very happy to perform the first IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) procedure, and on 15th of December in 2010, the first ICSI (IntraCytoplasmic Sperm Injection) was performed. I would like to express my deepest gratitude to our embryologists Živilė Gudlevičienė and Aušra Blaženienė, as well as to the biologist Regina Petrauskienė, who, by sharing their priceless knowledge and working hard, have made those achievements possible in our clinic by ensuring, that the laboratory functions well so we could provide services to the highest quality while operating at its full capacity.

I am proud of the fact that our procedures are also performed in an operating room equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Our highly-qualified doctors are able to safely perform all procedures related to infertility. We currently provide all the latest diagnostic and treatment services in our clinic, so pregnant women have the ability to keep track of the progress of their pregnancy in our clinic up to the moment of giving birth. We purchased a powerful three-dimensional ultrasound scanner which has allowed us to significantly expand and improve our diagnostic capacity.

  • The clinic mainly specializes in the infertility treatment, but cardiology is also an important area of our practise, and is constantly under development.

Heart and blood flow related diseases have become common health problems today. Heart diseases affect people of different ages, and newborn babies are not an exception. Deaths due to heart or blood flow diseases account for more than 50 percent of all deaths in Lithuania. Globally, the statistics for heart and vascular diseases are even more staggering. Coronary heart disease is a common cause of disability and premature death.

In order to provide the most versatile assistance needed, we came up with the idea of establishing a cardiology office, where both, young and adult, patients can receive the attention of specialists.

Today we provide all second-level services. The doctors working in our clinic are specialists with exceptionally high expertise. Our aim is to ensure that our patients are healthy and can have and raise healthy children.

Doctor Jolanta Sąlygienė,
Clinic Executive Director