If you suddenly become ill


Call 112 and ask for an ambulance.

Acute poisoning

Call 112


For non-emergency ambulance transport

018–611 93 30

For non-emergency poison information

018–611 12 31

Online poison information in Swedish and English.
Poison Information (opens in a new screen)


Accident and Emergency Departments


Akademiska sjukhuset

A&E, Entrance 60, Akademiska sjukhuset
For telephone advice ring the Healthcare Hotline on 1177.

Children's Accident and Emergency

Children's Accident and Emergency, Entrance 95/96 Akademiska sjukhuset
For children and young people who have had an accident or who have suddenly become ill.
For telephone advice ring the Healthcare Hotline on 1177.

Accident and Emergency Department, Lasarettet in Enköping.

0171–41 80 00 (switchboard)

Accident and Emergency Department, Tierp

0293-202 50

Accident and Emergency Department, Östhammar

Address: Lasarettsvägen 1, Östhammar

Go directly to the A&E department if there has been a serious accident or illness.

Call 0173-881 40 to get a preliminary appointment. Sometimes the staff are very busy so they cannot answer the phone. If this happens ring the Healthcare Hotline on 1177.

 Accident and Emergency Department, Tierp

Address: Liljevägen 2, Tierp
If you can, ring before you come to 0293-202 50.


Emergency - but not life-threatening


Local Emergency Unit, Uppsala

The Uppsala Local Emergency Unit accepts drop-in patients every day 7-23.
Patient charge: SEK 200

Address: Dragarbrunnsgatan 70, Entrance B in central Uppsala

Go to Uppsala Local Emergency Unit if your health centre is closed and you need treatment that cannot wait until it opens. You can get help if you, for example, have cut yourself, have an infection or have problems with eyes, ears, nose or throat.

If you want some advice on the phone, call the Healthcare Hotline on 1177.

You can also listen to information from the Uppsala Local Emergency Unit on 018-611 79 06 (telephone answering machine).


Orthopaedic Accident and Emergency Dept.


This is where you go if you suffer a simple bone break, for example your ankle or wrist.

Open every day 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

They will treat you there and you will not have long waiting times. The Orthopaedic Accident and Emergency Dept. treats adults and children over 15 and offers medical examination, X-Ray and treatment. Children under 15 are treated at Akademiska sjukhuset,

Patient charge: SEK 200
Address: Dragarbrunnsgatan 70 in Uppsala, Entrance B.


Doctor on-call in Enköping

The Doctor on-call can be found in a clinic at Enköping Lasarettet. Doctor on-call is open on weekdays from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and at weekends between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Ring 1177 to book an appointment or get advice.


Doctor on-call, Uppsala


Doctor on-call Uppsala makes emergency house calls to people living in Uppsala and Knivsta Municipalities. Older people, people with disabilities and families with children are given priority.

Ring the Healthcare Hotline on 1177 to book a home visit.

You can also book a home visit using Doctor on-call Uppsala's telephone answering machine on 018-24 01 01.

Emergency psychiatric care, adults

There is an Emergency psychiatric care clinic on Eva Lagerwalls väg, Uppsala.
This clinic never closes.
018–611 25 00


Child and youth psychiatry

Child and youth psychiatric services are for children and young people up to the age of 18 and can be found at different places in the county.

For emergencies ring any time, day or night.
018–611 25 29

National Centre for Knowledge on Men's Violence against Women

The National Centre for Knowledge on Men's Violence against Women, Akademiska sjukhuset, has a support line for anyone who experiences threats or violence. Ring at any time.
020-50 50 50