In connection with our GP, Julie Galsgaard, leaving us, a letter from the Region has been sent out to all our patients which has caused confusion for some. Julie leaving is part of the natural and expected turnover in staff driven by our temporary GPs wanting to establish their own clinics at some point.
The clinic is still owned and operated by GP Pia Boman and GP Puk Laugen.
Most recently, we have the pleasure of welcoming GP Samir Mansour as of May 1, 2021.
In addition, we have hired a nurse, Tina Stær, who started on 1 May 2021.
We look forward to continuing to welcome you to our clinic at Amagertorv – and we have opened up for the intake of new patients.
At the beginning of the Covid-pandemic, the Regional Health Authorities gave permission for longer telephone consultations in General Practice, to avoid the spread of infection.
This permit ends on the 1st June 2021, because the Regional Health Authorities deem the pandemic as being more stable.
We are therefore now fully open for consultations in person and telephone consultations will no longer be available.
If there is a need for registration of vaccines given abroad, please contact the clinic by phone. We will try to help you as best we can and the following must be assessed:
Best regards Lægerne på Amagertorv
Dear patients. Vaccination with the COVID-19 vaccine from AstraZeneca is put on hold until further notice.
Please refer to this page from the Danish Health Authority: https://www.sst.dk/en/English/news/2021/Vaccination-with-the-COVID-19-vaccine-from-AstraZeneca-is-put-on-hold-until-further-notice
On below page the paediatricians from Region H have put together a series of small videos with tips on what to do when children are sick.
Klostergården is currently the stage for a work of art as part of the Copenhagen Light Festival. The installation is called Solaris, it is made by artist Camilla Brix and consists of 12 drum cymbals. It is turned on every day at 17:00 and is accompanied by music. You can read more at https://copenhagenlightfestival.org/
Did you know that you can write to our amazing secretary Anne Ørting via Self-service?
Anne can assist with:
Read more about self-service on this page
Please read below regarding covid-19 vaccinations.
We are not able to change the current order of the vaccinations, we encourage you to await further notice sent to your e-boks.
Keep an eye on the news regarding the vaccination here or at the Danish Health Authoritys webpage:
The 27th of December 2020 the Doctors at Amagertorv contributed to the history of Denmark when we gave some of the first vaccines against Covid-19 at the nurseringhome Fælledgården in Copenhagen.
We have taken the first steps towards a normalisation of the health system and are looking towards 2021 with great optimism. We do hope this is a turning point in a difficult pandemic.
Many thanks for your understanding, patience and support!