In case of emergency
In case of an emergency, dial 112.
HOSPITALS WITH EMERGENCY ROOMS (In Danish: 'Skadestuen')
In case of sickness, dial 1813. You always need to call 1813 before going to the emergency room.
HOSPITALS OPEN 24 HOURS:
- Bispebjerg Hospital
Bispebjerg Bakke 23, 2400 Copenhagen NV
Phone: (+45) 38 63 50 00
- Herlev Hospital
Borgmester Ib Juuls Vej 1, 2730 Herlev
Phone: (+45) 38 68 38 68
- Hvidovre Hospital
Kettegårds Alle 30, 2650 Hvidovre
Phone: (+45) 38 62 38 62
HOSPITALS WITH LIMITED OPENING HOURS:
- Amager Hospital
Kastrupvej 63, 2300 Copenhagen S (the emergency room)
Phone: (+45) 38 62 82 22
Opening hours: Daily from 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Frederiksberg Hospital
Nordre Fasanvej 57, 2000 Frederiksberg
Phone: (+45) 38 16 35 24
Opening hours: Daily from 09:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Copenhagen Central Station Police Station
Copenhagen Central Station, Reventlowsgade, 1570 Copenhagen V
See the opening hours here
For general enquiries, contact the Danish police via phone: (+45) 114
PHONE IN AN EMERGENCY: 112
EMERGENCY DENTAL SERVICE (in Danish ‘Tandlægevagten’)
Only when your own dentist is closed.
- Dental Service
Oslo Plads 14, 2100 Copenhagen Ø
Phone: (+45) 70 25 00 41
Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm, weekends and public holidays: 10:00 am -12:00 pm and 8 pm - 9.30 pm
DOCTORS FOR THOSE WHO DO NOT YET HAVE CPR NUMBER & HEALTH INSURANCE CARD
If you do not yet have a CPR number and the yellow Health Insurance Card, then visit Citydoctors. Citydoctors welcome English-speaking patients, and charge per consultation. For a list of their prices and opening hours visit: www.citydoctors.dk
Lille Strandstræde 20 (ground floor, to the right), 1254 Copenhagen K
Phone: (+45) 33 33 84 84
- Copenhagen Steno Pharmacy (close to Copenhagen Central Station)
Vesterbrogade 6C, 1620 Copenhagen V
Phone: (+45) 33 14 82 66
- Bispebjerg Hospital
The Danish healthcare system offers equal and universal access for all residents. As an international student and resident in Denmark you will have access to free medical treatments with some exceptions, such as dental care and physiotherapy.
The Danish National Health Insurance Card
International students that are staying in Denmark for at least three months and who have registered with the Danish authorities as described one the page "Residence and CPR-number", are automatically included in the Danish Health Insurance Scheme, which gives you the right to free medical treatment by general practitioners and in hospitals – but not by dentists.
When you register at the Citizen Service Center you will receive a personal registration number, which also serves as your health insurance number. After your registration you will receive a health insurance card. Remember always to bring the card along when you see your doctor or your dentist. The name, address and phone number of your chosen doctor will be printed on the card.
Here's what the card looks like - often called "the yellow card":
PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE ('ANSVARSFORSIKRING')
Aalborg University requests all international students to take out a public liability insurance policy to cover expenses for compensating injuries to others or damages to others' belongings.
PERSONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE ('ULYKKESFORSIKRING')
Aalborg University recommends all international students to take out a personal accident insurance to cover expenses in case of personal injury.
Students, who participate in laboratory work during their studies, are insured by Aalborg University. This insurance covers injuries suffered during laboratory experiments, and other laboratory activities during fieldtrips, excursions, internships, etc. However, you should still take out a personal accident insurance that will cover you outside the laboratory.
HOUSE CONTENTS INSURANCE ('INDBOFORSIKRING')
Aalborg University recommends all international students to take out a house contents insurance to cover loss or theft of personal belongings.