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Diacor Tapiola Health Centre into new premises on March 16, 2017

Diacor Tapiola health centre is moving into the shopping centre AINOA on 16 March, 2017.

The address of the new health centre will be Länsituulentie 7, 3rd floor. Due to the move Tapiola health centre in the old address (Itätuulentie/-kuja 11) is closed March 9 to 15.

During the move the Aalto general practitioner Lotta Mikkola has appointments at Diacor Ruoholahti.

During the move of Tapiola health centre Diacor health centre at Otaniemi campus (add. Metallimiehenkuja 2) is open normally. Possible X-rays are available at Diacor Iso Omena during the move. Blood tests are available (Tuesday to Thursday) at Diacor Otaniemi.

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