Please note that if you suspect that you may be infected by the coronavirus, or have symptoms like coughs, cold, fever etc. you should not visit the student clinic.
Please call the municipal emergency reception, tel. 116117. Call first - don't show up directly.
HELSESTASJON - HEALTH CLINIC
The clinic for youth has a special focus upon sexual health. You can have a casual conversation and councelling about sexuality, contraception, sexually transmitted diseases, tobacco and alcohol, mental problems, physical activity and diet.
The clinic also offers testing of sexually transmitted diseases and they can help with other referrals in healthcare, such as physician, psychologist or psychiatric nurse. The clinic for students’ service is free to use, and all conversations are confidential.
Monday 4 - 7 p.m.
For boys only: Tuesday 2.30 - 3.30 p.m.
Adress: Midtre gate 4, 8624 Mo i Rana (building on the oposite side of the Police station).
Tel. 0047 75 14 66 00
Health Clinic Facebook page
Please note that the youth clinic is available for students up to the age of 24 years. Older students should contact Rana Lokalmedisinske senter (Rana Local Medical Center) for veneral disease tests, birth contro issues etc.
General Practitioner (GP)
If you have the right to a regular General Practitioner (GP)/family doctor, you can find and register with your choice of doctor on helsenorge.no. Only students with Norwegian ID number are entitled to a GP.
If you do not have a GP in Mo i Rana, you can use the emergency room when in need of medical attention, or contact Rana Lokalmedisinske senter - a general medical service for people who do not have a GP in the municipality (guest patients).
Tel: 116 117
Open all hours.
If life is at stake call medical emergency number 113.
COVERAGE FOR HEALTH SERVICES
Different rules on coverage apply depending on your country of origin and the length of your studies in Norway. Our general advice is to visit the student clinic or our counsellors if you have questions or need assistance in obtaining the proper health treatment.
You can read detailed information at The Norwegian Labour and Welfare Agency (NAV)'s website for international students and the Nordic Social Insurance Portal.