Refugees and asylum seekers with residence permits are provided doctors’, nurses’ and psychologists’ services by the Immigrant Office for a period of three years. After this period, they will be directed to an ordinary health station by a nurse.
A public health nurse will invite the customer to their first visit and book them an appointment. For subsequent appointments, the customer may book appointments at the premises or by phone.
Our city’s health stations are open Monday to Friday 8–16. Always book an appointment with the nurse or the doctor in advance.
Your health station should provide you with a personal physician if you suffer from a chronic disease.
All residents of Turku are assigned a health station near their place of residence. If you wish, you may change the health station assigned to you. You are also free to make use of the Turku health centre services even if you do not live in Turku.
On weekdays, your local health station functions as your primary place of care in all cases of illness.
- The health stations are open Mon–Fri 8–16
- Telephone line for appointment booking (02) 266 1130 is open Mon-Fri 8–14.00
On the phone, a nurse assesses your need for treatment and books an appointment.
Ward 22 specializes in treating heart patients. In the heart monitoring room, central vital functions, such as heart rhythm, blood pressure, the body's oxygen uptake, and secretory functions, can be effectively monitored and managed. The Internal Medicine Ward conducts electrical rhythm transfers, for which patients use prebooked appointments. In addition to actual treatment procedures, the ward also provides diagnostics, more in-depth examinations, rehabilitation, support for self-care, and pain management and counselling as necessary, based on each patient's individual needs.