International SOS clinic in Baku is currently reallocating
We are currently moving our Baku Clinic to 178 Salatin Asgarova street.
As of 18.11.2022 we will be occupying part of Medaura Clinic located at 178 Salatin Asgarova street.
Our Primary and Emergency Health Care Services remain unimpacted by the move. Occupational Health Services are closed during the relocation and will reopen on 18.11.2022.
The clinic contact numbers remain the same + 994 (0) 12 489 5471 or + 994 (0) 50 223 5136. Please get in touch if you need medical assistance or emergency care.
New Chief Medical Officer has joined the International SOS Baku team
International SOS provides health and security services to remote sites throughout Azerbaijan and across the entire Caspian and Central Asian region. We support organisations through a host of extensive resources and network service capabilities in the region. Our resources in Azerbaijan include an International SOS medical clinic in Baku, 24/7 hour Assistance Centres located in Dubai and air ambulance service.Dr. Tine Neethling has become a part of the Baku clinic team. She is a General Practitioner who is passionate about providing excellent medical care who has got vast international experience in General Health, Emergency Medicine, Remote Site Medicine, Occupational Health and Preventative Medicine, Medical Management, Clinical Governance and Quality Assurance as well as Teaching, Training and Mentoring. Dr. Tine has got more than 19 year background in Emergency Care, Primary Health Care and Occupational Health. She speaks fluently Afrikaans and English. Please contact her and make an appointment with the doctor through the link https://my.internationalsos.com/LP=9177 Moreover, we would like to invite you to our Travel Stress webinar. As travel – both business and leisure – begins to increase following the pandemic, unfortunately the stresses involved are also increasing. Planning a trip, which used to be easy, is now much more complex. Our research shows that currently the volume of international business trips is at 44% of prepandemic levels. There are 2.8 times the number of international trips compared with the same period in 2021. And international travel currently is growing at an average of 15% per month. We are inviting you to join the online webinar on Travel stress on 7 September at 6 pm Baku time and to find out how to be prepared for the current travel chaos and beyond. Please follow the link to register https://my.internationalsos.com/travelstresswebinar The recording will be available for all who is registered.
Registration for the webinar with International SOS Dr Tine Neethling is open
Cardiovascular disease is among the leading causes of death globally, and thus a considerable business disruptor for organisations. In our upcoming webinar, our health expert will cover how companies can protect their workforce from this health risk in order to ensure business resilience. From prevention strategies to the steps to take when someone gets a heart attack or stroke at work, our experts' insights will help you keep your people safe.September 29 is the World Heart Day!Smoking, diabetes, stress and an unbalanced diet are the main causes of interruptions in the cardiovascular system. First aid training courses can often prevent the death of people from strokes and heart diseases. Find more about first aid training.Sudden cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Most of the victims could have been saved if those around them had acted immediately while the heart rate was maintained.Join us in our upcoming webinar, where the new Chief Medical Officer of the Baku clinic Dr Tine Neethling will cover cardiovascular diseases prevention strategies and the steps to take if someone has a stroke or heart attack.
Join the new webinar of International SOS!
Last call to join the cardiovascular diseases webinar. Smoking, diabetes, stress and an unbalanced diet are the main causes of interruptions in the cardiovascular system. Sudden cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Most of the victims could have been saved if those around them had acted immediately while the heart rate was maintained.Join us in our upcoming webinar, where the new Chief Medical Officer of the Baku clinic Dr Tine Neethling will cover cardiovascular diseases prevention strategies and the steps to take if someone has a stroke or heart attack.Please register here https://my.internationalsos.com/LP=9317