We are located in Järva (Rinkeby) and Skärholmen. This is how it works when you visit us
You can visit our walk-in clinic without making an appointment to be tested and examined by a nurse.
Our walk-in clinic is open:
Mondays 13:00-16:00 in Järva
Tuesdays 15:00-18:00 in Järva
Thursdays 14:00-17:00 in Skärholmen
Fridays 8:30-11:00 in Järva
If you need help with sexual dysfunctions such as erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation, an appointment must be made by phone or online at 1177.se
Booked appointments, reschedule or cancel
To make an appointment, you can phone or contact us through the Healthcare Guide 1177 e-services, "1177 Vårdguiden".
Appointments must be cancelled or rescheduled at least 24 hours in advance. You can leave a message to cancel an appointment at any time on our answering machine at 08-123 393 90 or message us through the Healthcare Guide 1177 e-services.
If you do not cancel an appointment in time, you will have to pay a charge for the missed visit.
NB! If you do not cancel an appointment in time, you must pay a charge for the missed visit. This is the case even if the visit would otherwise have been free of charge, for instance, if you were going to be tested for venereal disease, or if you have a high-cost ceiling exemption card (frikort).
It does not cost anything to be tested and treated for the sexually transmitted diseases covered by the Infectious Diseases Act. Condom advisory services are also free of charge.
Appointment with a doctor SEK 350
Appointment with a psychotherapist/sexologist/psychologist SEK 100
Appointment with a nurse SEK 100
The charges are in line with the County Council's rates and a high-cost ceiling exemption card (frikort) is valid at the clinic.
Last updated: 11/14/2017
Järva Rinkebysvängen 70 B, 163 74 Spånga Third floor
Skärholmen Storholmsgatan 27, 127 48 Skärholmen Third floor (just outside the mall SKHLM, between Clas Ohlsson and Swedbank)
Telephone: 08-123 393 90 Monday-friday 13-14
You can easily book an appointment online, to be tested and examined by a nurse, by logging into the Healthcare Guide 1177 e-services using your BankID (Swedish personal identification number is required).