Contact the Student Health Service

For your first visit you must make an appointment by phone. Note! You can not make an appointment via email. 

Phone counselling and appointments by telephone: 018-471 69 10
Regular hours: Monday–Friday 12:45–14:00
Our phone is manned by counsellors and psychologists, and we receive many calls each day. Note that if you are still on hold efter the telephone hours have closed, you will not be notified, but please call again during our telephone hours. All calls and visits to Student Health Service are free of charge. 
Information to post graduate students.  

In case of urgent need, contact the psychiatric emergency clinic at 018-611 25 00 or Medical advice at 1177 (+46 771 11 77 00 if calling from a foreign number) or your closest primary health care center. 

Contact
For other questions, send an email to receptionen@sh.uu.se. Note that you can not make an appointment via email. All bookings are made by telephone. 

Reception opening hours and for cancel or change an appointment call: 018-471 69 00
Monday 12:30–17:00
Tuesday 8:00–16:30
Wednesday 8:00–16:30
Thursday 8:00–16:30
Friday 8:00–15:00
Closed for lunch 11:45–12:30

Visiting address
Övre Slottsgatan 7, 2nd floor
753 10 Uppsala
receptionen@sh.uu.se

To get here, map

The Student Health Service in Visby

Go to the Student Health Service at Campus Gotland.

Information to postgraduate students at Uppsala University

Postgraduate students at Uppsala University, who are currently work active at 20 % or more (regardless of funding),  should turn to the occupational health services for support (including counselling). They can offer three sessions free of charge before the head of department/equivalent have to be informed.
To book an appointment call the occupational health service.
More information is available on Uppsala University`s staff web. 

Information to postgraduate students at SLU 

Postgraduate students at SLU, (regardless of funding), should turn to the occupational health services for support, including counselling. They can offer one session free of charge before the head of department/equivalent have to be informed.
To book an appointment contact the occupational health service.
More information is available on SLU’s staff web.