"Baltic Vein Clinic"

Diseases of the leg veins cause both medical and cosmetic issues. Their wide occurrence has contributed to the rapid development of phlebology (the field that studies and treats veins) all over the world – including Latvia.

Currently the most common vein disease – chronic venous insufficiency – affects both women and men. The Baltic Vein Clinic is a part of SIA Veselības centrs 4 group and has become the largest, most experienced medical facility in the Baltic countries, providing extensive vein diagnosis and treatment possibilities in one location.

  115 K. Barona Street, Riga

About "Baltic Vein Clinic"

The clinic was opened in 1999 and rapidly gained recognition among Latvian and international patients and medical specialists: 2,500 vein surgeries and manipulations performed annually confirm the stable indicators of professional authority and patients’ trust. All modern vein treatment techniques and their combinations, and technologies are applied in the Baltic Vein Clinic. Specialists of the clinic assess each case of vein disease individually. The most suitable diagnosis and treatment plan is drawn up for a patient, taking into consideration not only the type of disease, but also the patient’s general health state, mobility, family history, lifestyle and specific work requirements, financial possibilities, and other aspects, which are important in choosing the most effective course of treatment.

We invite you to discover the main advantages of the Baltic Vein Clinic! 

Baltijas Vēnu klīnika - ēka




The team of the Baltic Vein Clinic consists of highly qualified, experienced phlebologists and vascular surgeons, and professional nurses and operating room nurses. The clinic is a part of a multidisciplinary medical centre that, if necessary, involves a multidisciplinary team of doctors from Veselības centrs 4 (dermatologists, diagnostic radiologists, ultrasound specialists, cardiologists, endocrinologists, gynaecologists, neurologists, etc.) and makes additional laboratory tests, visual, functional, or endoscopic diagnostic examinations.

    Baltijas Vēnu klīnikas komanda


    Starptautiskā fleboloģijas konference Endovenous Forum - vadošie speciālisti


    Our phlebologists constantly improve their skills and expertise and share their experience:

    • by participating in continuing education courses, congresses, etc.;
    • by developing and participating in scientific trials;
    • by organising international demonstration surgeries in the operating theatres of the Baltic Vein Clinic.



    The Baltic Vein Clinic constantly updates its technological park in cooperation with globally recognised manufacturers of high-quality medical equipment: General Electric Medical Systems, Toshiba, Philips, Esaote, Dornier, WaveLight, Lumenis, Eufoton, Alma Lasers. The technological base of the clinic consists of the most accurate and modern ultrasound devices, lasers, and radiofrequency devices, ensuring that the clinic's equipment meets the highest international standards.  


    Safety of our patients and personnel is our priority; and its crucial aspect is sterilisation of medical instruments according to the highest European standards. The effectiveness of sterilisation operations is verified by physical, chemical, and biological methods on a daily basis. 

    The physical values of the sterilisation cycle and its calibration are verified by a certified organisation to check the devices and the sterilisation process. Information on the physical parameters and quality of each sterilisation cycle is reflected in the sterilisation process documents. 

    Tehnoloģijas vēnu operācijās



    The Baltic Vein Clinic at 115 Kr. Barona Street, 50 Skanstes Street and 410 Brīvības gatve 410 (in Riga) as a part of Veselības centrs 4 has obtained an international quality management system certificate in accordance with ISO 9001:2015. The certificate confirms to all clients of Veselības centrs 4 the high level of services provided by clinics in the certified field of work, which includes provision of primary and secondary health care in outpatient facilities and in day care facilities with an operating room.


    Veselības centrs 4 began treating veins in 1996. Dr. Elga Rēvalde and Dr. Sandra Prāve of the Department of Surgery of Veselības Centrs 4 started applying sclerotherapy in vein treatment. At that time, no one guessed that this would be the beginning of a long journey rich in experience which made the clinic the largest vein clinic in the Baltic countries.

    1999. gads Baltijas Vēnu klīnikā


    The Centre of Phlebology Centre was established in 1999, and Dr. Ivars Prudāns, Dr. Uldis Mauriņš and then also Dr. Ints Ūdris and Dr. Pēteris Gerke started performing classical vein surgery and Varady technique (miniphlebectomy) – with minimal skin incisions of 1-2 mm.

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    2001. gads Baltijas Vēnu klīnikā


    A new era in the field of venous surgery began in 2001 with the introduction of endovenous laser surgery. A year later, the first endovenous laser surgery in the Baltic countries (ultrasound-guided) using the Dornier Medtech medilas D diode laser (980 nm) was performed by vascular surgeon, phlebologist Ints Ūdris, under the guidance of german professor Thomas Proebstle. 

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    2010. gads Baltijas Vēnu klīnikā


    Having significantly expanded the range of services and supplemented the technical equipment with new, high-quality devices, and having upgraded the operating rooms, in 2010 the Centre of Phlebology of Veselības centrs 4 became the Baltic Vein Clinic. It began operating in a new capacity, opening its doors to visitors in spacious and well-equipped premises at 115 K. Barona Street in Riga.

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    2020. gads Baltijas Vēnu klīnikā

    The Baltic Vein Clinic of Veselības centrs 4 is the only clinic in Latvia and the Baltic countries to offer a combination of all leading technologies in one place. Veselības centrs 4 offers classic Varady vein surgery (miniphlebectomy) and laser surgery, and other vein treatment techniques with radiofrequency surgery (EVLT and RFO), steam microimpulses, bioadhesive, etc.


    The Baltic Vein Clinic has become the leading vein clinic in the Baltic countries. Veselības centrs 4 treats and develops technologies and techniques for vein diseases of different localisation – treatment of haemorrhoids.  Dr. Pēteris Gerke applies minimally invasive haemorrhoid treatment techniques – THD. 


    The Baltic Vein Clinic has 5 operating rooms and day care facilities. Consultations are also provided at the following branches of Veselības centrs 4 as well as on trips (see: :

    • 115 Kr. Barona Street ("Baltic Vein Clinic" – main building)
    • 50 Skanstes Street ("Dermatology Clinic")
    • 410 Brīvības gatve ("Jugla Clinic")
    • 15A Duntes Street, 3rd, 4th floor ("Capital Clinic Riga")
    • 180 Brīvības Street, 3rd floor ("Department of Diagnostis", "Veselības centrs 4")
    • 1 Grebenščikova Street, Riga ("Diagnostic Centre")
    • 18 Baznīcas Street ("Anti-Aging Institute")
    • 10A Ģimnāzijas Street,2 а, Daugavpils (Private Clinic "Ģimenes veselība")
    • 39A Talsu Street, Ventspils ("Pārventa Outpatient Facility")
    • 10 Pededzes Street , Mārupe (Mārupe Doctorate)

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