The danish health care system is based on the general practitioner.
The general practitioner is a medical doctor with a specialist training in family medicine and general practise, and here most diseases, acute as well as chronic, are diagnosed and treated.
If needed, the general practioner can refer you to a hospital or a specialist.
The general practitioner is the cornerstone in the preventive health programmes for children and adults.
When studying or working in Denmark you will usually get the yellow health insurance card, which is needed to receive free consultation. Read more: https:/lifeindenmark.borger.dk/Pages/Healthcare.aspx
When you need the doctor:
Monday-Friday 0800-1600: Call your general practioner. Our clinic phone 45872133.
Evenings and nights 0800-1600: Call 1813
Weekends and holidays: Call 1813
Call the alarm central: Call 112