The idea for the Mardaleishvili Medical Centre was born in 1995. At that time there were no private clinics in Georgia. The three founders of the today’s center, Konstantin Mardaleishvili, George Loladze and Vladimir Khatelishvili, contacted Professor Albert Scheller, head of one of the oncology clinics in the city of Kornwestheim, Germany,   who liked  the idea of opening the center and helped his Georgian colleagues, both financially and in training staff. This is how the first private oncology center was established in Georgia. Its name was Tryon. Such a center was only a dream at the time. Two rooms and several wards were rented from the oncological center. Under such conditions the center operated for two years and by 1996 a Georgian-German specialized clinic was established which occupied the entire 9th  floor of the Cancer Center.

The successful activity  of the Medical Center  led to a significant increase in demand for its services year after year and by 2009 the today’s Mardaleishvili Medical Centre acquired its own building and organized it according to modern standards. Originally called the ‘Cell Technology and Therapy Centre’, the center is now known as the ‘Cancer Research Centre’ and the brand name is ‘Mardaleishvili Medical Centre’. Today the clinic serves many patients every day. More than 3,000 operations are performed at our clinic throughout the year, and this number grows every year.