All students who have paid the semester fee to SiO can have their regular General Practitioner (GP) with us. Our GPs are located at our three health centers and all of our GPs have many years of experience working with students. You can choose between having your appointment at one of our health centers, or as a video consultation that can take place anywhere.
An appointment with a GP typically lasts 15-20 mins.

Read this before your appointment

Digital services 
SiO's GPs offer video consultations, which function as regular GP appointments, but take place on video via app or a website on a PC. If you wish book a video consultation instead of an appointment at the health center, you can book this at HelseNorge.no. (Please note that this website is in Norwegian)

You can also ask a medical question about an illness or situation in an e-consultation at HelseNorge.no. This functions as a messaging service to your GP.

If you need to renew one or more existing prescriptions, you can also request this at HelseNorge.no.

You also have the opportunity to ask a practical question to the reception at SiO Health. You do this digitally via HelseNorge.no.

Cancelling your appointment?
Cancellations must be made during the working week (Monday-Friday), and 24 hours in advance at the latest. Complete your cancellation at helsenorge.no
You will have to call us on 22 85 33 00 to cancel an appointment that is due within the next 24 hours.

Acutely ill?
If you are acutely ill and need medical attention on the same day, you can book one of our emergency appointments. Urgent appointments are made available for booking on the same day, either via electronic booking ("e-hastetime") or by calling 22 85 33 00 when the health center opens.

Urgent medical help
If it is outside our opening hours, you may contact Oslo emergency care unit (open 24 hours) or call 113.

If you don't wish to book your appointment at helsenorge.no, you can call us and book your appointment, Mon-Fri from 08.15 – 11.00 and 12.30 – 14.30.

22 85 33 00 

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