The Student Health Centre provides preventive health care for students at Mid Sweden University and is a complement to the public health care system. If you are sick and need to see a doctor you should contact the Public Health Centre.
The Student Health Centre can help you with:
- Personal guidance
- Conversational therapy
- Lifestyle questions
- Crisis support
- Relationship questions
- Questions about alcohol and drugs
Nurses: Drop-in nursing services are available at all our campuses. You can also make an advance appointment by calling the nurse at your campus. See contact information to the right.
Welfare officer: Make an advance appointment by calling directly. Our voice mail box is open during counselling sessions. Record your name and telephone number in the voice mailbox and the welfare officer will return your call.
Public Health Centre
If you are injured, fall ill, or if you need advice during a weekday during daytime, you can contact your nearest district health centre, "Vårdcentral". If you fall ill in the evening, at night or during the weekend, you should first phone the medical advice line. Their phone numbers and brief information in English is provided at the county councils websites:
Please note: When seeking medical attention in Sweden, you need to bring your Health Insurance card or a Health cover form.
If you fall acutely ill – Call 112
If you need immediate help, as a result of an accident or an acute condition such as extreme pain in the chest or stomach, excessive bleeding, difficulty with breathing, an automobile accident, etc., CALL 112. Be ready to say WHO is calling, WHAT has happened, and WHERE it happened.