The first cooperation meeting of the Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Polish State Agencies of Medicines was held in Tartu on the 7 and- 8th of September.Read more
For the first time, the State Agency of Medicines prepared a virtual yearbook, which summarizes the major achievements of the agency last year and provides an overview of the work of each department in 2022. Last year's keywords of the Medicines Board were certainly the war in Ukraine, but also…Read more
From now on the tool for evaluation of invented names for medicinal products in Estonia called INNA is available for use at the State Agency of Medicines’ webpage under the E-Services.Read more
Estonia State Agency of Medicines
The Estonian Centre on Medicines was set up by the Ministry of Health in April 11, 1991, before the Estonian independence was restored. By creating the State Agency of Medicines (SAM) in 1993 the Government finalised the structure of the drug regulatory authorities in Estonia. Currently the SAM is an agency under the Ministry of Social Affairs. The SAM has 6 departments and over 90 employees. Our main office is in Tartu, but there is an office in Tallinn as well. The Director General is Katrin Kiisk.