Family doctors who treat patients who are without their own family doctor in Oslo

This scheme is available to diplomats, family migrants, asylum seekers and other migrants with permission to live or work in Norway but who do not have their own family doctor in Oslo and require medical assistance. It is also available to tourists who have a European Health Insurance Card

This scheme is not available to people who live in Oslo and have a family doctor elsewhere in Norway.

Doctors you can contact
NameMedical centreAddressPhone numberGenderLanguage
Irfan HadriBerg LegekontorVinkelveien 7, 0870 Oslo22 58 19 85FemaleEnglish og albanian. German, hungarian and serbian/croatian (some)
Nina GirardHuseby LegesenterStasjonsveien 69, 0771 Oslo22 70 33 60FemaleEnglish, french and spanish. German (some)
Lars HektoenUllern LegesenterHoffsveien 48, 0377 Oslo22 51 11 00MaleEnglish
Diako HamediBjørnsletta LegesenterUllern alle 28, 0381 Oslo22 51 06 60MaleEnglish, kurdish, farsi. German (some)
Øyvind Stople SivertsenTorshovdalen LegesenterHans Nielsen Hauges gate 37 E, 0481 Oslo22 09 76 00MaleEnglish
Svein Erik WelleLinderud LegesenterLinderudsenteret, Erich Mogenssønsvei 38, 0594 Oslo22 88 17 00MaleEnglish
Waleed Ben SaleemSchouslegeneTrondheimsveien 2, 0560 Oslo23 15 61 00MaleEnglish, urdu, hindi
Naresh SugandiranGrünerløkka LegekontorTrondheimsveien 42, 0560 Oslo22 37 00 39MaleEnglish, tamil
Juned MahmoodVålerenga LegesenterØsterdalsgata 1 A, 0658 Oslo22 68 20 55MaleEnglish, hindi, punjabi, urdu, polish (some)
Nirmathan TharmalingamHoffsveien LegsenterHoffsveien 15, 0275 Oslo23 25 49 90MaleEnglish, tamil