Welcome to Citydoctors
Usually the phone lines are very busy between 8-10 a.m. so unless the call is of a acute nature please try to call after 10 a.m.
From january 1st 2020 we have opened up for drop-in blood tests mondays-tuesdays, thursdays and fridays between 10.00 – 10.30. The blood tests have to be by appointment with one of the doctors, be a part of already scheduled follow up of chronic disease, and there has to be a plan for follow up on the blood tests.
Who are we?
The clinic has four doctors, Solvej Martensen, Camilla Elvekjær, Christian Blomfeldt and Jakob Maraldo.
All four are specialized in General Medicine with a broad experience from various hospital departments and other GPs.
The staff consists of nurse Lotte, Midwife Rikke and health secretaries Lotte and Caroline.
Lotte and Rikke is, amongst other things, responsible for pregnancy controls, gynecological examinations, and blood samples.
The health secretaries Lotte and Caroline is responsible for booking of appointments, renewal of prescriptions, and urine- and Klamydia-testing. Caroline also do bloodtest and other kinds of clinical work.
All work under the supervision of the doctors.
All staff at the clinic speaks English.
What can we do?
Our goal is to provide all of our patients with excellent care of the highest possible standard within the specialties of internal medicine, gynaecology, pediatrics, dermatology, and psychiatry. With our varied expertise and our personal knowledge of our patients we strive to form a collaboration with our patients.
When needed, referrals are made to relevant consultants / doctors at private clinics or hospitals. In Denmark referral to specialists or consultants are made through the general practitioner, with the exceptions of Ear-Nose-Throat and Eye-doctors.
What does it cost?
Provided you have your “yellow card” (the Danish health insurance card) consultations are free of charge. However, professional statements and immunizations are charged according to our price list (cash or “dankort” only).
If you are not a holder of the “yellow card”, consultations are charged 500 kroner (cash or “dankort” only).
How to find us?
The Clinic is located in central Copenhagen at:
Lille Strandstræde 20 st.th
1254 Copenhagen K
Phone: +45 3333 8484
How to see a doctor after office hours?
After 16.00 hours and in the weekends you can call 1813 with acute but no life-threatening problems.
In case of life threatening illness: Call 112
Remember that you can book an appointment, contact the doctors and renew your prescriptions on our website – www.citydoctors.dk
|Monday||8.00 - 15.00|
|Tuesday||8.00 - 15.00|
|Wednesday||10.00-12.00 and 14.00-18.00|
|Thursday||8.00 - 15.00|
|Friday||8.00 - 15.00|
You can contact the clinic by phone from 8.00 untill 12.30 hours except wednesdays where it is from 16.00 till 18.00 hours.
By phone our experienced staff can give you test results, renew prescriptions, book appointments and give you medical advice. The doctors will call you back if it is needed.
After 12.30 hours your call will be re-directed to our voice mail that will provide you the phone number of an on-call doctor that can help you with acute problems only.
In case of acute and potentially life-threatening conditions you should always call: 112.
After 16.00 hours, and in the weekends, you can call Region Hovedstadens telephone: 1813, regarding acute problems.
Booking appointment at the front desk or by phone can be done during the following hours:
|Monday||8.00 - 12.30|
|Tuesday||8.00 - 12.30|
|Wednesday||16.00 - 18.00|
|Thursday||8.00 - 12.30|
|Friday||8.00 - 12.30|
For our registered patients only.
Appointment with the doctor is always after prior arrangement however we offer Acute Consultation for acute illnesses during the following hours.
|Monday||8.00 - 8.30|
|Tuesday||8.00 - 8.30|
|Wednesday||14.00 - 14.30|
|Thursday||8.00 - 8.30|
|Friday||8.00 - 8.30|