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When you or someone in your family become ill, healthcare is always available near you. You can call 1177 (+46 771-11 77 00 if you have a foreign number) and speak to a nurse, who will be able to give you advice about illnesses and health. The nurse will also be able to help you find the right healthcare, if you need it. If it is an emergency and you require immediate care, please call 112.


About us

There are midwifery clinics run by Region Stockholm in all municipalities in Stockholm County. You choose which clinic you want to go to. All visits to the midwifery clinic are free of charge. There may be exceptions.

1177 Vårdguiden’s e-services

1177 Vårdguiden’s e-services are open 24 hours a day, all year round. This means you can make contact with the healthcare system whenever it best suits you. Safely and securely.

1177 Vårdguiden’s e-services

Help in an emergency

Find the right care close to you. Here is a brief summary of the public emergency healthcare provided in the county of Stockholm.

In the event of life-threatening illness or injury, always call 112.

Work with us

If you would like to go to work with the feeling that you make a difference every day, then you should come and work with us.

New in Sweden

Welcome! Swedish residents and asylum-seekers are entitled to healthcare in Sweden. For children below the age of 18 years, most aspects of healthcare are free of charge.

New in Sweden

Safe and secure care

Here you will find information about patients’ rights and how we work to ensure the provision of safe and secure care.

Feedback and complaints

We would really like to know what patients and those close to them think about the care we provide. This helps us to make ongoing improvements to our methods and procedures.

Laws and regulations

The healthcare system is governed by laws and regulations in order to ensure the provision of safe and secure care. Here are a few of the laws and regulations that apply when you receive care from us.

Your medical records

All the care you receive is documented in your medical records.