Facts and funding
The Red Cross opened its first health clinic in Copenhagen in 2011 in collaboration with the Danish Medical Association and the Danish Refugee Council. Since then, it has also opened two clinics in Aarhus and Odense. The three clinics are run and administered by the Danish Red Cross as a joint project with different addresses.
All clinics are registered with the Danish National Board of Health as private clinics, which means that the National Board of Health supervises the clinics and has approved that we comply with all regulations for running a private clinic.
- Why did we open the Health Clinic?
- What help does the Health Clinic offer?
- Who visits the Clinic?
- Who works at the Clinic?
- How is the clinic financed?
Support the Health Clinic
With your support, the Health Clinic can continue providing essential health care for those outside the Danish public health system.
Send SUNDHEDSKLINIK to 1290 and support with 150 kr.