The Institute runs the Clinical Hospital of Critical Care Medicine (Medical License OBG 002653), that has an average annual turnover of 200 patients in critical condition referred/transferred to the Institute from other clinics in Tbilisi as well as the entire country. The Hospital is utilizing modern methods of diagnostics (computer tomography, plazmapheresis and etc). The Clinic also serves qualification improvement trainings of physicians on CME programs.
At present the institute is pioneering in usage of the diagnostic and curative tools such as the endogenic toxaemia, extra corporal immunosorbtion, nanotechnological anti-oxidants.
The Institute has created the treatment standards in critical care medicine and anesthesiology currently established at a state level in Georgia.
The Employees and the students of the Institute actively participated in providing medical aid to the casualties of Spitak and Racha-Imereti earthquakes, insurgent tragedy on April 9 in Tbilisi, as well as internally displaced persons (IDPs) from Abkhazia and Svaneti regions of Georgia.
The institute serves as a base for the Association of Disaster and Critical Care Medicine that unites the majority of practitioners in this field in Georgia.
State standards of Georgia in critical care medicine for the patients of 0-3 (1 / 2); 3-14 (1 / 2) and above 14 (1 / 2) age groups