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The nurse can give you advice on health-related questions, perform simple check-ups or health care treatments. If you need further medical treatment you can also receive guidance where to turn. 

The nurse can also test you for sexually transmitted infections and HIV and hepatitis. You can visit the nurse during drop-in-hours.
You can also book an appointment for a longer talk about your health. This Health-talk contains a dialogue about your health and lifestyle and (if you want) also a simple health examination. Perhaps you are considering quitting smoking or do some changes in your eating habits, this Health-talk may be the help you need to get started. 



Since the university now has moved to level yellow because of the coronavirus, the nurse we will not be able to have any visits at the Student Health Care Center. Level yellow means that physical contact should be minimised as far as possible. For the nurse at the Student Health Care Center this means that all booked appointments will be held over phone instead.

The drop-in clinic will be closed.

You can reach the nurse by phone Monday to Friday 10 am to 12 am. You can also send an email.

These recommendations will last until June 7.

Questions? Please contact nurse Anna-Lena Jingnäs phone 033-4354264, E-mail:anna-lena.jingnas@hb.se

If you suspect an infection, please call 1177 Vårdguiden (Medical Advice).

More information about the corona virus:


Opening hours

Drop-in clinic will be closed until June 7.

Phone hours: Monday to Friday 10 am to 12 am. 
You are also welcome to send an email.


Anna-Lena Jingnäs

Anna-Lena Jingnäs, Nurse
Phone: 033-435 4264
Room number: L 538
E-mail: anna-lena.jingnas@hb.se