Renal Care Center Jelgava
15. Kurzemes pr. Jelgava
Phone: +371 63084628
Monday - Saturday 07:00 am - 06:00 pm
- Outpatient nephrology care
- Holiday dialysis
- WiFi / Internet
- Newspaper / Magazines
Additional information - Holiday dialysis
If you are interested in holiday dialysis in our renal care center, please do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail or Phone +371 29299328
We will then help you to arrange the sessions for you.
Jelgava (pronounced [jælɡava]), also known as Mitau or Juulgava, is a city in central Latvia about 41 kilometers southwest of Riga. Before the Second World War, Jelgava had regular, broad streets lined with the mansions of the Baltic German nobility who resided at the former capital of Courland. The old castle (1266) of the dukes of Courland, situated on an island in the river, was destroyed by Duke Biren, who had a spacious palace erected (1738–1772) by Bartolomeo Rastrelli at the bridge across the Lielupe. The palace contains the sarcophagi of almost all of the Curonian dukes, except the last one. The future Louis XVIII sojourned in the palace between 1798 and 1800. It now functions as the LLU, Latvijas Lauksaimniecības Universitāte, or Latvian University of Agriculture. Other landmarks include the Baroque church of St. Anne, the tower of the destroyed Trinity church, and two handsome structures: the Villa Medem and the Academia Petrina.