- 1995-1989 — Tbilisi State Medical Institute, Faculty of Medicine, Sub-Residency of Surgery
- 1995-1996 — Tbilisi Medical Academy. Course in anesthesiology as emergency medicine.
Dr. Nino Kharatishvili received specializations after educational processes in “Anesthesiology” and “Anesthesiology in Pediatrics”. She was authorized to conduct an independent medical practice. Responsibility, excellent mastership in anesthesia technology, attentiveness to the patient, and a thorough individual selection of anesthetic drugs are the distinguishing features of the doctor as a professional in her field.
Qualification improvement courses:
- 2003 — Emergency Medical Training Courses
- 2005 — From Rare Cases to Global Issues
- 2006 — Cardio-Pulmonic reanimation and emergency tactics during difficult disorders of rhythm
- 2006 — Modern Regimes and Methods of Anapnotherapy
- 2006 — New Medical Technologies in Children’s Anesthesiology and Intensive Therapy
- 2007 — Nephropathy in Children: Diagnosing and Managing
- 2007 — Targeted use of blood transfusions in the different fields of medicine
1996-1999 — doctor-anesthesiologist and resuscitator of the Anesthesiology and Critical Care Department in a military hospital
1997-1998 — doctor of the qualification improvement course in the Anesthesiology Department in a German military hospital
1998-2003 — doctor of the Combined Intensive Therapy Department in the Oncological Department of the specialized German-Georgian clinic
1999-2004 — senior doctor-registrator of the Anesthesiology Department in a military hospital
2003-2009 — anesthesiologist of the Intensive Therapy Department in a military hospital
2009-present — head of the Intensive Therapy Department in the Gudushauri National Medical Centre
2012-present — resuscitator of the Cardiac Surgery Department in the Tbilisi Centre of Blood Vessels and Blood
2013-present — doctor-anesthesiologist of the Mardaleishvili Medical Centre
Dr. Nino Kharatishvili works in the Department of Ophthalmic Stem Cell Therapy and participates in operations for stem cell transplantation in the patient’s organ of vision. Nowadays, optic nerve atrophy, nystagmus, amblyopia, and retinal pigment epithelium dystrophy are effectively treated using this technique, and therapeutic results, their quality, and endurance exceed the expectations of patients.
Membership in professional organizations
1997-1998 — member of the Hamburg Medical Chamber
2009-present — member of the Georgian Anesthesiology and Critical Medicine Society
As a doctor-anesthesiologist at Mardaleishvili Medical Centre, Nino Kharatishvili is one of the main specialists in the team of doctors at the clinic who ensure the high level and safety of the stem cell transplantation procedure. Her responsibilities include administering anesthesia and monitoring the patient’s condition during this minimally invasive intervention. All operations under her control are painless for the patient, and that’s why the doctor-transplantologist performs all manipulations with high accuracy. The experience of a doctor instills confidence in a patient that the transplantation procedure will go as planned without side effects.