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Stockholm Student Health Services

Stockholm Student Health Services offers students at Stockholm University, and a number of associated colleges in Stockholm, support during their study time.


Important information

Please note that Stockholm Student Health Services only offers appointments by telephone and no physical visits until further notice. To book an appointment, please use our online booking system.


About Stockholm Student Health Services

Stockholm University students, as well as students from a few other universities, are welcome to contact Stockholm Student Health Services.
The Stockholm Student Health Services provides nurse and counselor services, groups, workshops and other activities. All visits are free of charge. In case you lack a Swedish personal identity number and wish to make an appointment, please contact us at, so we can help you.

Apart from offering services to students of Stockholm University, the following institutions may also benefit:


Within the Swedish healthcare system, confidentiality and patients' integrity are considered as very important.

Confidentiality of healthcare professionals

Within the Swedish healthcare system, all healthcare employees and professionals are bound by professional secrecy. No information can be released or shared without the patient's consent. This applies to the person's personal information, condition or treatment.

The professional secrecy obligation is regulated by the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act.

Personal data

Your personal data (name, date of birth or social security number, address and telephone number) will be registered at the Stockholm Student Health Services. An electronic medical record will be kept, where notes about your visits at the clinic will be saved, containing background information of your symptoms as well as actions taken. No one outside the Stockholm Student Health Services is granted access to this information.

Patients' integrity

Issues concerning patients' integrity are considered as very important within Swedish healthcare. There are laws regulating authorisation to patient data. Generally, only healthcare professionals who treat the same patient are permitted to share information regarding the patient's condition or personal situation.

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