In 1961, the Parliamentary Executive Council of Croatia established the Center for the Rehabilitation of Hearing and Speech, an institution for rehabilitation and education using the verbotonal method of academician Petar Guberina for persons with hearing and speech impairments. In 1974, the Center was renamed and became SUVAG Center for the Rehabilitation of Listening and Speech. In 1994, the SUVAG Center became property of the City of Zagreb and since then it operates under its full name: Polyclinic for the Rehabilitation of Listening and Speech SUVAG. Since 1967, the institution has had the same address: Ulica kneza Ljudevita Posavskog 10 in Zagreb. Since 1996, SUVAG Polyclinic has been additionally registered as a scientific research institution, conducting researches in the field of humanistic and medical sciences.