Health counseling

Health counseling on weekdays at 8-16

One-stop health counseling in Vantaa
tel. 09 839 10023
available on weekdays from 8 to 16

You can call the health-counseling number and ask general questions about health such as allergies, vaccines, or respiratory infections. You can also ask whether your concern is of such nature that you should go to the doctor's. In addition to general counseling, you will get information about Vantaa's health services; for instance, you can ask which your own health center is.

Furthermore, you can call the counseling number to cancel an appointment with a health-center doctor or nurse: nevertheless, if you want to make a new appointment, you will have to contact your own health center. Contact your own health center by dialing 09 839 10023, then choose your health center, or call the health centers' team numbers. You can make an appointment during the teams' opening hours, from Monday to Friday: 8:00-11:00 and from Monday to Thursday: 13:00-14:00.

When you call the health counseling number, you will be talking with Vantaa's health care professionals.

Health counseling outside office hours

In case of urgencies outside office hours, you can contact Peijas Hospital health center on-call service, tel. 09 471 67060
– weekday evenings and nights at 16–08
– weekends and holidays round-the-clock.

Health center on-call service assesses the need for and urgency of care. In non-urgent cases, customers should always primarily contact other phone counseling numbers during office hours.

Other health-care counseling services

The one-stop counseling and appointment number for Maternity and Child Welfare Clinics serves counseling bureau customers, tel. 09 839 25900. The phone service is available Mon-Thurs at 8-15 and Fri at 8-13. You can also utilize the call-back service.

The customer guidance unit serves and refers elderly customers. When required, the unit analyzes the need for service. You can call 09 8392 4202 (Mon-Fri at 9–15) or send email to: palvelutarpeen.arviointi(at)

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