You will find information about costs and regulations when you need to seek medical care in Sweden on the following website: Care for foreign students - rights and fees - 1177 Vårdguiden
There are different charges that apply if you come from a country inside or outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland. This is also the case if it relates to emergency/necessary care or non-emergency, planned care.
If you’ll be studying in Sweden for more than a year, you can register for a Swedish personal identity number.
Once you’ve received your number, you’ll be entitled to medical care subject to the same terms and conditions as other people who are resident in Sweden.
International students studying in Sweden are covered by insurance from the Legal, Financial and Administrative Services Agency (or Kammarkollegiet in Swedish) called Student In.
Read about the terms of insurance on their website: Exchange students in Sweden - The Legal, Financial and Administrative Services Agency.
Keep in mind that always save original receipts when you seek care as they should be attached to your claim form.
Contact details of all the health care centres in Borås can be found at 1177.se The Care Guide
Contact information for Södra Älvsborg Hospital in Borås can be found 1177.se The Care Guide