Gynecology is a medical specialty that focuses on women’s reproductive health, including the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and conditions of the female reproductive system. This includes organs such as the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, vagina and vulva. Gynecologists are doctors who specialize in this field and have knowledge and experience in both medical and surgical treatment of gynecological problems.
A gynecological examination is an important part of women’s healthcare. This examination usually involves a physical examination of the external genitalia, as well as an internal examination using a speculum. During the internal examination, the doctor may inspect the cervix and vagina to detect any abnormalities or signs of disease. In addition, tests such as cell samples can also be carried out to check for cell changes or infections.
Gynecology also includes other important aspects of women’s health, such as contraception, pregnancy, childbirth and menopause. Gynecologists can advise on different contraceptive methods and help women choose the method that is best for them. During pregnancy, gynecologists can monitor the development of the fetus and provide the necessary medical follow-up to ensure a healthy pregnancy and birth. In addition, gynecologists can also treat and manage complications that may arise during pregnancy, such as gestational diabetes or high blood pressure.
1. By public transport
From central Oslo:
– Take bus 31 towards Grorud subway station. Get off at Kalbakken Metro station and then walk towards Kalbakken Shopping (yellow building).
– Take subway line 5 towards Vestli and get off at Kalbakken subway station. Go towards Kalbakken Shopping (yellow building).
From Gardermoen Airport:
-Take the Flybussen from the airport and get off at the Flaen bus stop. Then walk 300 meters towards Kalbakken Shopping (yellow building)
2. By car
From central Oslo:
– Drive towards Sinsenkrysset / Aker Hospital. Drive on Rv4. against Gjøvik. Take off towards Kalbakken.
-Drive the E6 towards Oslo, take the exit towards Alnabru/Kalbakken.
3. On foot or by bicycle:
– If you are near the city centre, you can take a walk along the Akerselva river in a north-easterly direction.
– Follow the river until you reach Trondheimsveien.
– Walk along Trondheimsveien in a north-easterly direction, and you will find number 391 on the left side of the road.
Please note that directions may vary depending on the time of day and traffic conditions. It is recommended to use a reliable map service or navigation app to get up-to-date directions.
More about Groruddalsklinikken
Groruddalsklinikken’s vision is to offer high-quality health services with short waiting times.
We can offer health services both to those who do not have a referral from their GP, to those who have a referral from their GP or to those who are waiting for treatment at the hospital or waiting in the hospital queue.
If you have health insurance, you can contact your insurance company about getting treatment with us.
Groruddalsklinikken has a broad and relevant range of healthcare services with high quality and good accessibility for everyone. With us, you should always feel safe and looked after.
Groruddalsklinikken’s medical services include many specialist areas within the specialist health service, including day surgery.
Groruddalsklinikken believes that you as a patient deserve and should have quick medical attention without having to wait for several hours to receive health care.
We offer a chiropractor, physiotherapist, acupuncturist and masseur at GRD. We have modern devices for pressure wave treatment and ultrasound diagnostics and follow up the patient from A to Z.