Urgent and emergency care

During the opening hours of health centres, you can receive help from your own health centre. Please always call us first before you go to the health centre. We are open Mon–Fri at 8–16. The Medical Helpline is there for you when the health centres are closed. Please always call the helpline first on 116 117 before you go to the emergency clinic. In life-threatening situations, always call the emergency number 112.

Urgent care Mon–Fri at 8–16

Urgent care Mon–Fri at 8–16

Iso Omena, Kilo, Kivenlahti, Espoonlahti, Leppävaara, Samaria, Kalajärvi and Tapiola health centres

  • 09 816 34500 Mon–Fri at 7–16. Appointment booking by text message for the deaf and hard of hearing 040 639 3945.

f you need urgent care, we ask you to call us (tel. 09 816 34500) immediately after 7:00 in the morning, as this is when we book emergency appointments. If you need urgent care and our staff do not call you back during the morning, you can visit your local health centre to have your need for treatment assessed.

The recording will ask you to choose your health centre. A nurse will assess your symptoms and need for treatment over the phone and, if necessary, book an appointment for you. When booking an appointment, tell us if you have any special needs that we should take into consideration when planning your care. Such needs include using a wheelchair or having fears related to medical care. This allows us to serve you in the best possible way. You can also assess your symptoms at omaolo.fi(external link)

Piispanportti Health Centre

  • 09 818 220 10 Mon-Fri 7-16.  Appointment booking by text message for the deaf and hard of hearing 040 570 2889.

 

Terveyskeskus Mehiläinen Espoontori (service voucher)

  • 09 855 4303 ma-pe klo 8-16

Terveystalo Epoontori (service voucher)

  • 045 7884 0966 Mon, Wed-Fri 8-16 and Tue 8-18

 

Emergency care Mon–Fri at 16–08, on weekends and bank holidays

Health advice online(external link): Health libraries, the Terveyskylä health advice website and the virtual health check are available at all times.

The Omaolo symptom checkers help you assess what kind of treatment you should seek, when you should seek it, and how you can treat your symptoms. The service is based on scientific data such as the Current Care Guidelines. Espoo uses the following symptom checkers:

The medical helpline 116117

The Medical Helpline is there for you when the health centres are closed. Please always call the helpline first on 116 117 before you go to the emergency clinic. The Medical Helpline will tell you where to go to get the right treatment. It also provides advice on sudden health problems when your health centre is closed.

In life-threatening situations, always call the emergency number 112.