- You can call 1 1 3 to the AMK-centre in case of acute illness and injury
- Phone number 116 117 brings you into contact with the nearest municipal casualty ward
All children living in Norway are offered vaccinations against various diseases.
Figures presented at the World Day of Diabetes November 14 shows that 7.8 percent of Norwegian men have diabetes, while the equivalent for women is 5.5. Ninety percent of those with diabetes worldwide have type 2.
From 1 July 2016 you can decide which legal sex that shall appear in the national register and your identity number.
In all households, there is a variety of products that are poisonous or in other ways harmful. Accidental use or consumption of these products may lead to poisoning that in the worst cases may be life threatening.
The website Dinfo spreads equal information on diabetes 1 within the health care services ensuring that patients and affected family members receive the same information regardless of social and cultural background.
Foreigners in Norway and others preferring to read in English, may hopefully find and understand some of the information on treatments written in Norwegian useful. See below.
The theme for World No Tobacco Day 2016 is "Get ready for plain packaging".
In addition to the maternity ward in the hospital, there is a hotel for the mother and her newborn. This hotel is a service to the new mother, and works in close contact with the maternity ward at St. Olavs hospital.
Your hospital stay is meant to be a time for you to be acquainted with your newborn and your new family situation, and become established with breastfeeding.
St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim University Hospital, has 20 clinincs and divisions, and a number of departments. Here below you'll find all the units listed with their e-mail adresses and the names of the heads.