As an adult, you must pay a user fee at the walk-in medical centres and at the doctor's. You do not pay if you are admitted to a hospital and receive treatment.
Children under 16 years of age do not pay a user fee at the GP's.
The child health clinics and the school health services are free.
If you are pregnant, your healthcare before and after the birth is free. You do not pay to give birth in a hospital.
If your application for asylum has been finally determined and refused, the general rule is that you must pay for healthcare from the doctor in the municipality and for treatment at the hospital. This also applies if you give birth. If you need emergency help or healthcare that is essential and cannot wait, you do not have to pay before receiving the healthcare. If you cannot pay, the costs will be paid by the healthcare services in the municipality or by the hospital.