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Emergency Department, Raseborg Hospital

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The primary health care emergency department at Raseborg Hospital will only care for patients who have suddenly fallen ill or been injured and who require emergency care within 24 hours of the onset of illness or injury.

No visits allowed to emergency department due to the coronavirus epidemic.

We kindly recommend that you call the Medical Helpline's toll-free number 116 117 before seeking medical attention from the emergency clinic. The Medical Helpline’s nurses will guide you to the appropriate location for treatment and will advise you on how urgently you need to seek treatment. If your condition can be treated with self-care, they will provide you care instructions over the phone.

If you need help immediately or you cannot contact the Medical Helpline within a reasonable time, you can come to the emergency department directly.

In life-threatening situations, such as chest pain, shortness of breath, unconsciousness, stroke symptoms, acute seizure, call the emergency number 112.

The primary health care emergency department at Raseborg Hospital will only care for patients who have suddenly fallen ill or been injured and who require emergency care within 24 hours of the onset of illness or injury. Examples of such health problems are:

  • Sudden swelling of one leg 
  • Sudden fever 
  • Unbearable back pain
  • Injury caused by an accident, which causes symptoms which you cannot cope with at home, such as bleeding, severe pain or difficulty walking 
  • Nosebleeds which will not stop
  • Anxiety or depression which has suddenly become more severe

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