- Health care services
- Persons enjoying international protection: Health checks when you have moved to Hämeenlinna
- Health advice
- First aid and emergency hospital treatment
- How to get an appointment to see a doctor or nurse
- When should you see a doctor?
- Absence from school or work due to illness
- Laboratory tests and X-ray examinations
- Dental care
- Cancelling a dentist’s appointment
- If your child has received an invitation letter for an oral health check
- Emergency dental care
- Emergency medical care on weekdays from 8.00 to 15.00
- Emergency care on weekdays from 15.00 to 21.00
- Emergency care on weekends and public holidays from 8.00 to 21.00
- Maternity and child health clinics
- Maternity health clinics
- Child health clinics
- Maternity and child health clinic contact information
- Mental health
Follow the instructions
A health centre or a doctor may give you a new appointment or other instructions. Keep the instructions safe and follow them.
If you don’t understand some of the instructions, immediately ask for an interpreter to resolve the issue.
During your appointment, your doctor may tell you how you should look after yourself. The doctor may ask you to go to laboratory tests or X-ray examinations. Usually you need to book your appointments yourself. So listen carefully to what the doctor says. Keep all the papers that your doctor gives you.
If you forget the instructions or do not understand them, ask for advice. You can ask a nurse at the health centre or an employee at the refugee reception. For the contact details, see.
- Tommi Toija – Omia kuvia 18.10.2019 – 12.1.2020 Hämeenlinnan Taidemuseossa 18.10.2019
- Hämeenlinnalla iso rooli maailman ensimmäisessä globaalissa Lapsiystävällinen kunta -konferenssissa 18.10.2019
- Marraskuussa juhlitaan lapsen oikeuksia 18.10.2019
- Arjessa mukana 3/2019 -asukaslehti on ilmestynyt 17.10.2019
- Ilmastokokous keräsi yhteen Hämeenlinnan nuorten ilmastolupaukset 17.10.2019
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