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Healthcare

The biggest assignment for the Region of Southern Denmark is to run the region’s healthcare system, drawing on an annual budget of around DKK 22.6 billion.

The vision for the healthcare service in the Region of Southern Denmark is:
The healthcare service in the Region of Southern Denmark is there to serve citizens, and it makes an active contribution to preventing and treating illnesses – and thus improving citizens’ health in general.


The Region of Southern Denmark runs four hospital units:

  • Odense University Hospital
  • Hospital Little Belt
  • South-West Jutland Hospital
  • South Jutland Hospital

The Region of Southern Denmark works with 800 General Practitioners (GPs) to provide medical care.
The Region is also responsible for subsidising medicines as well as treatment by dentists, physiotherapists, chiropodists, chiropractors and psychologists.
Moreover, the Region works closely with both GPs and the 22 local authorities to provide citizens with the best possible coherence in the patient process.

Facts

Around 21,000 people are employed in the field of healthcare in the Region of Southern Denmark.
The annual healthcare budget totals DKK 22.6 billion, of which more than 80 per cent is financed by the
Danish State.
The remainder is financed by the local authorities in the form of a fixed basic fee and other activity-dependent
payments.


Siden er sidst opdateret 10-01-2017.
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