Examinations, consultation, tele-consultations, house calls
You can make an appointment for an examination or for a personal consultation with your GP. Your GP also offers tele-consultations if you need to renew your prescription, etc. In special circumstances, your GP may even pay a house call.
Your GP’s name, address and telephone number is printed on your health card
Treatment or referral
After diagnosing your illness or injury, your GP can start you up in treatment or refer you to a specialist, a hospital or another form of treatment.
Your GP can assist you when you:
- are suffering from a minor ailment
- are taken ill acutely
- suffer minor injuries
- need to renew your prescription
- need a medical certificate
Via your GP’s web site (see
www.sundhed.dk/find-behandler), you can book appointments, renew your prescription and send your GP an email.
Your GP’s surgery opening hours
Your GP’s normal surgery hours are during the day. Once a week, your GP is open during the evening. In the event of acute illness, you can book a consultation with your GP on the same day.
In the event of acute illness outside of normal surgery hours, you can contact the out-of-hours medical services (lægevagten) at (+45) 38 69 38 69.
For life-threatening situations ring 112.
You can always ring the helpline 1813.
Changing your GP
If you want to change to a new GP, contact your local authority or fill in the appropriate form on
www.borger.dk or your local authority’s website.
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