The camillians medical center was opened in 1998 on the initiative of Pope John Paul II and served the poor in Georgia for 10 years for free. The polyclinic also assisted them with European medicines in the framework of humanitarian aid. Medical center offers a wide range of high quality outpatient services at affordable prices.
In 2019, an ultra-modern dental office was opened in the clinic, where people with disabilities have certain benefits.
Currently the medical center is involved in the state universal health care program and provides comprehensive outpatient services to Georgian citizens registered at the medical center.