If you are paying for yourself
(this also includes patients whose care is paid for via an insurance company)
An advance-payment invoice for the estimated cost is sent to you.
You must then pay in Swedish currency (Swedish kronor – SEK), without deduction of bank charges, no later than ten days before your appointment for examination/treatment.
A final calculation of costs will be performed on conclusion of your care.
If the actual cost is lower than the advance payment you made, the difference will be returned to you.
If the costs are higher than the payment you made in advance, you will receive a supplementary invoice.
If you have an S2/ E112-form or a payment guarantee from your care provider
An invoice will be sent to the invoice receiver on completion of your care.
To pay via the internet, use the following link: