MyNeuvola is an online source of information for expecting mothers.

The service provides you with important information on visits to the maternity and child health clinic, pregnancy and parenthood. You can also use the service to check the date and time of your first maternity clinic appointment and prepare for the visit by completing the preliminary information form.

You will be provided with access to the MyNeuvola service when you book your first maternity clinic appointment at the clinics’ centralised appointment booking and counselling service, tel. 09 8162 2800 (local network charge/mobile phone charge). The telephone service is available on weekdays at 8:30 am–2:30 pm.

Use of the service requires authentication using your online banking credentials or the Mobile Certificate.

Maternity clinic services are intended for expecting families. The clinics monitor the progress of the pregnancy and discuss parenthood and issues related to the health and well-being of the family.

Fully supported browsers include the two latest major versions of the following browsers:

  • Internet Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Chrome

Partially supported browsers include:

  • Safari
  • Opera

If you try to use the service with a browser version not included on the list, usage will be prevented and you will be asked to update your browser.

Instructions for use

Instructions for using the service

Service type

Use of the service requires strong authentication using your online banking credentials, certificate card or mobile certificate. e-Identification is a shared identification service of public administration e-services. It enables secure electronic identification. e-Identification is the responsibility of the Population Register Centre.

More information on the e-identification

Mobile authentication works on Elisa, Sonera and DNA mobile subscriptions for which the Mobile Certificate service has been activated. (In Finnish)

MyNeuvola user support

Feedback on matters relating to the maternity and child health clinic can be submitted here.

Feedback on technical issues (such as login problems and error messages) can be submitted here,

sent by e-mail to

or reported by telephone at
043 826 9082.