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The 7th of February, the drop-in will be closed between 10 and 12. It is opens as usual during the afternoon, 14-16.
What is on your mind concering your well-being? Us humans can be worried, we could have clamydia, have rashes or a sprained ankle. Whatever it is, you are always welcome to come to us at the Student Healthcare Centre at Student Support.
As a student, you pay a fee for the doctor. Apart from that, you're able to make use of the Student Healthcare Centre's facilities free of charge.
We recommend that you read our page about student health insurance.
The Student Healthcare Centre is staffed by nurses, a doctor and health counsellors.
See our reception opening hours under Information.
Advice about healthcare – 24 hours a day by phone.
If you need advice about healthcare – call the County Council's Medical Care Telephone Help-line, 1177 or if you don't call from a Swedish phone, +46 771 11 77 00
You can speak to an experienced nurse 24 hours a day who can give you medical advice. If you feel ill or have suffered an injury, the nurse can advise you as to whether there is something you can do to alleviate the problem on your own or if you need to see a district nurse or a doctor.
Calls to the Medical Care Telephone Help-line cost the same as a local phone call, regardless of where in Halland you place the call.
For more information read this brochure about healthcare in Sweden for foreign students.
Call 035-13 16 36 – 24 hours a day
This will take you to the psychiatric emergency department, where you get to talk to a nurse with special training in psychiatry. She will help you further.
Call 035-13 10 00 – 24 hours a day
You will be given information about which clinic to visit.
For more information, read this brochure about dental care in Sweden for foreign students (pdf, 131.8 kB).
Call 112 for a life-threatening illness or injury. Staff are available 24 hours a day. Calls to 112 also go to the Police and the emergency services.
At Halmstad University, we have a special room for stillness and thought – known as the Quiet Room. The Quiet Room is a place of tranquility, serenity, silence, meditation or prayer.
You will find the entrance to the Quiet Room on the left hand side before the staircase in the E corridor (between the Service center and the Spiro restaurant). To enter, you need to activate your key card by registering it via helpdesk. You will then have access to the Quiet Room between 06:00 to 23:00 every day.
You are free to use the room as much as you want but please show respect to each other when you are there. Also note that you cannot book the room for personal use; the room is there for everybody. Therefore, you cannot always expect to have the room for yourself.
If you require more information, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at Student Support.