July 09, 2013
Northway, a group of companies that own medical centers in Vilnius and Kretinga, a town in western Lithuania, has entered the UK healthcare market via the acquisition of a clinic in London named the Baltic Medical Centre.
"Until now, a considerable number of Lithuanian expatriates in Britain would go back to Lithuania to do health checks or consult doctors. This is due to the belief that a doctor from their native country will better understand a patient's needs. Also, some people living abroad have difficulty communicating in the foreign language," Northway CEO Diana Bumelytė said in a press release.
"Our new medical center will help solve these problems. It brings together qualified medical professionals of various specialties under one roof and Lithuanians will be able to communicate with them in their native language," she said.
June 05, 2013
The centre follows the procedures and guidelines for taking care of patients receiving day surgery and all other services.