As a student at Halmstad University you have access to health care through the Student Health and Welfare Centre. You are always welcome to turn to us if you have anything on your mind, questions or problems relating to your health or study situation.
What can I recieve help for?Here are a few examples of what the Student Health and Welfare Centre can provide:
- health advice given by a qualified nurse
- visits to a physiotherapist
- consultations with a student counsellor, priest or gestalt therapist
- dietary advice
- advice about physical training and fitness activities
What does it cost?As a student you pay a standard fee for the physiotherapist and the doctor. Otherwise you are able to make use of the Student Health and Welfare Centre's facilities free of charge.
Who works at the Student Health and Welfare Centre? The Student Health and Welfare Centre is staffed by seven people with numerous different professions represented in the team: nurse, student counsellor, priest, gestalt therapist, physiotherapist and doctor.
Quiet roomsAdjoining the Student Health and Welfare Centre is the Quiet Room, "Andrum". This is a tranquil room without religious symbolism offering opportunities for quiet contemplation, meditation and prayer. Opening hours are 6 am to 8 pm.
ReceptionSee our reception opening hours to the right.
The Medical Care Telephone Help-line Advice about healthcare — 24-hours a day by phone and e-mail.
If you need advice about healthcare — call the County Council's Medical Care Telephone Help-line, 1177.
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.