Everyone in Sweden has equal access to health-care services. The Swedish health-care system is taxpayer-funded and largely decentralized.
Sweden has a socialized health care system which insures that all of its citizens and residents have equal access to the same level of care, no matter what your social status or background. Additionally, there are private health care services available to complement the state run services.
Jamtland County Council
The Jamtland County Council is responsible for health and health care in the county. The county's primary care is provided by 30 local health centers. Östersund Hospital provides care in nine specialized areas: acute care, medicine, surgery, orthopedics, medical diagnostics and technology, dermatology/infection/eye/ear, psychiatry, pediatrics and genecology and rehabilitation.