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All men and trans people who have sex with men and trans people are welcome to us at Venhälsan for STI testing and counselling.

You can now register your interest in getting vaccinated against monkeypox using the app “Alltid Öppet”

The supply of monkeypox vaccine in Sweden is still limited. However, more people can now be offered vaccine, and this applies until the vaccine runs out. The goal is to offer vaccine to everyone at risk of getting infected with monkeypox.

Those who are at risk of getting infected are predominately men who has sex with men (e.g. non-binary, gay, bi and trans) who have multiple partners/many sexual contacts. If this applies to you then you can use the app “Alltid öppet” and register your interest in getting vaccinated.

Time slots to get vaccinated will be offered based on the access of the vaccine. Therefore, it may take a while from the time you register your interest until you can book an appointment.

You can only register your interest in getting vaccinated if you live/are registered in Stockholm. If you live or are registered in another region, you must contact your home region för vaccination.

How to sign up for monkeypox vaccination:

  • Download the app “alltid Öppet” from Google Playor App Store.
  • Log in to the app using your BankId
  • Chose the category “Vårdenheter” and search för “Venhälsan, Södersjukhuset”
  • Click on the offer” Egenanmälan vaccination mot apkoppor” and fill out the form

If you do not have a Swedish personal number and/or BankID, you can contact us by phoning 08-123 625 00.

If you do get the opportunity to get vaccinated, you will receive your vaccination at vaccination unit “Haga Vaccination” or at Venhälsan.

If you are a trans person and need to do a gynecological examination
we refer to the Gynecological LGBT clinic at Södersjukhuset.

Contact us

Telephone: 08-123 625 00

Telephone hours: Monday - Friday 07:30 - 11:00

Find us

We are located at Sjukhusbacken 14 (next to the bus / taxi square), elevator S, floor -1.


If you have a Swedish personal number and BankID you can contact us through the Healthcare Guide 1177 e-services