Making First Doctor's Appointment in Denmark

by Md. Jafor Iqbal

Dear concern,

I would like to let you inform that I have been trying to make first time appointment with my doctor sice few weeks but when I am calling to my doctor's number it saying something in danish each time, which is not clear even. My cpr number is xxxxxx-xxxx (deleted for own safety). Would you please help me regarding the matter.I will be grateful to you.

Response: You need to call your doctor between the hours of 0800 and 0900 to make an appointment. If you can not get through at that time, try calling during the day to talk to the receptionist, but you won't be able to talk to a doctor at that time. I do not know what your message is saying, but have to believe it is something like "call between the hours of 0800 and 0900 to talk to your doctor" or "please wait, you are number ? in line". Next best thing is to stop in at their office and make an appointment.

Hope that helps.

Expat Charlie in Denmark

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