INFO

Jægersborgvej 66A, 1.sal

2800 Kongens Lyngby

Phone 45871548


 

Drop-in blood test

  • Everyday between 8:00-8:30 you can drop by for a blood test already planned with a doctor.

Drop-in consultations with a doctor

  • Everyday from 9:15-10:00  
  • Short medical consultation only, not PAP-smear, certificates, drivers lisence,yearly check-ups
  • ( OBS PCR TEST BEFORE CONSULTATION IF FEVER AND/OR SYMPTOMS FROM AIRWAYS, STOMACH- AND/OR HEADACHE)

Plan for telephone contact:

08:00-08:30: Acute or short consultation with a doctor/nurse

09:15-12:00: Renewal of rescription medicine and booking of consultations (can also be done online)

12:00-16:00: The phone is closed for non emergency issues.

In case of an urgency between 12:00-16:00 that cannot be postponed to the following day, call 45871548 and you will be directed to our emergency phone

From 16:00 and i weekends and holidays call "Akuttelefonen" number 1813.

In case of life threatening emergency call 112.

 

COVID19

COVID-19

For general advise about COVID-19 call Corona Hotline 70200233 og check www.sst.dk

We do not offer Covid vaccines anymore, please contact a vaccinationcenter

 

GP IN DENMARK AND TOURISTS

General practitioner in Denmark:

The danish health care system is based on the general practitioner.
 
The general practitioner is a medical doctor with specialist training in family medicine and general practice, and here most diseases, acute as well as chronic, are diagnosed, treated or referred to another specialist or hospital if needed. 
The general practitioner is the cornerstone in the preventive health programmes for both children and adults.
 
When studying or working in Denmark you will usually get the yellow health insurance card, which is needed to receive free consultation.

Tourist?

If you as a tourist in Denmark become acutely ill during your stay in Denmark you are entitled to free emergency hospital treatment in accordance with the rules in force at any given time.

During your stay in Denmark, you are as a foreigner entitled to emergency health care by a general practioner, which is necessary, if you are covered by public health insurance in another EU / EEA country (ie EU- countries as well as Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein) or Switzerland. Remember to show your blue EU health insurance card.

Tourists outside the EU / EEA countries and Switzerland, who are not covered by either the yellow or the blue health insurance card, have to pay for consultations themselves. If you have private insurance, you may be able to get the expenses reimbursed afterwards. In that case, it is a matter between you and your insurance company. 

THE CLINIC

Our clinic consists of 3 doctors and 2 substitute doctors who are also specialist in general medicine, and helps at the clinic 1-2 days a week. In addition, we have 3 nurses trained to do a lot of the patient care, and a secretary to help with administration and patient contact at the front desk 


You can book an appointment with the doctor or nurse you prefer, but at drop-in and if emergency, you can of course not choose.


We would recommend that you only contact us with questions about Covid if you are ill, and that all other questions is directed to Corona Hotline or Vaccination Hotline.

This will make time on the phone for those patients who are ill, and need to get through and get an appointment.  

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