The City of Turku, along with its cooperation partners, wants to lower the threshold for using digital services by introducing various trials.
School Health Care is statutory and free of charge. It aims to promote student's health and to support their healthy growth, development and mental wellbeing in co-operation with parents, teachers and other student welfare services.
The City of Turku Oral Health Care has 14 dental clinics. The clinics are often co-located with health centres. You may contact the appointment booking of Oral Health Care via the electronic service, by phone or by text messages (SMS).
Child Welfare Clinics aim to help people who are planning to get pregnant or prevent pregnancy, families expecting a baby, and children and their parents in making healthy and lasting everyday choices.
There are six health stations, two local service points and one Swedish language practice operating in Turku. Refugees and asylum seekers get their initial health services from Immigrant Services. If your place of domicile is Turku, you have been assigned a local health station close to your home.