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Your local health centre can often offer appointments the same day

Your local health centre can often offer appointments the same day

You should first contact your local health centre or doctor’s surgery. Remember that you can often see a doctor or a nurse the same day. Some centres and surgeries have an out-of-hours service or a drop-in service.

Telephone numbers and addresses for all local health centres

Fees for appointments at local health centres

 

  • Doctor’s appointment: SEK 200
  • Appointment with a nurse: SEK 100
  • There is no charge for care for children and young people under the age of 18 years. 
  • High-cost protection and exemption cards apply.

 

Walk-in centres

Walk-in centres can deal with accidents and sudden illnesses and problems that are not life threatening.

You can get help more quickly than at a hospital A&E department, and it is cheaper.

Some walk-in centres have access to X-ray equipment. You can just turn up at a walk-in centre, but it is best to ring first to make an appointment. This helps to avoid long waiting times at the walk-in centre.

Opening hours, telephone numbers and addresses for all walk-in centres

Fees for appointments at walk-in centres

  • Adults from 18 years of age: SEK 200
  • There is no charge for care for children and young people under the age of 18 years. 
  • High-cost protection and exemption cards apply.

On-call doctor who makes home visits

Do you need to see a doctor but have difficulty getting to a walk-in centre? Then an on-call doctor can visit you at home. You can also be seen at home by an on-call doctor when walk-in centres are closed. The on-call doctor service is available weekday evenings and nights between 17.00 and 08.00, and 24 hours a day on weekends and public holidays.

Call 1177 to speak with a nurse who can decide whether an on-call doctor needs to visit you at home.

Fees for appointment with an on-call doctor

  • Adults from 18 years of age: SEK 200 to see the doctor + SEK 100 for a home visit
  • There is no charge for children and young people under the age of 18 years. 
  • High-cost protection and exemption cards apply.

Healthcare advice around the clock at Healthcare Guide 1177 (1177 Vårdguiden)

You can always ring the quick call number 1177. This service means you can talk to an experienced nurse who can provide healthcare advice and help you to get the care you need. You can read more about this on 1177.se/stockholms-vard.

You can also make appointments, renew prescriptions and order living aids by logging on to 1177.se. Log on using an electronic ID or a password and text message. Once you are logged on, you can easily access a number of services by mobile phone, computer or tablet.

Do you need help accessing e-services at Healthcare Guide 1177? Call us for help on 08-123 135 00.

Priority is given to the most seriously ill at A&E

The A&E (emergency) department is there to treat anyone who has had a serious accident or is seriously ill and requires immediate care and treatment. A&E departments are open 24 hours a day, every day, and the most seriously ill people are given priority. If a doctor or nurse assesses you and thinks that your condition is not life threatening or serious, you may have to wait longer to get treatment. You may also be referred to another department or clinic.

Fees for visiting an A&E department

  • Adults from 18 years of age: SEK 400
  • Children and young people under the age of 18 years: SEK 120 High-cost protection and exemption cards apply

Always ring 112 in cases of life-threatening injuries or a serious illness!

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Publicerad:
2017-06-21
Redaktör:

Åsa Schöldéen, 1177 Vårdguiden

Granskare:

Ulrika Borgelin Stoltz, Hälso- och sjukvårdsförvaltningen, Stockolms läns landsting