Health care in Sweden for visitors from the EU/EEA
If you are insured in another country within the EU/EEA you may receive both emergency health care and planned medical treatment in Sweden.
Planned medical treatment means that you travel to Sweden in order to receive medical treatment there.
Sweden has two national contact points for cross-border health care. Försäkringskassan is responsible for providing general information to persons who are insured in Sweden.
If you are insured in another country within the EU or EEA, you should contact the National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen). Socialstyrelsen can provide you with information about rules and regulations concerning health care in Sweden. You can also contact Socialstyrelsen if you have questions or comments about planned medical treatment in Sweden.