How to get to treatment with us

To receive treatment at aCure

Private patient

At aCure, we can assist you with swift investigation and treatment without waiting times.

You can contact us as a self-paying patient without a referral from your own doctor (except for imaging diagnostic examinations, which require a referral).

If you wish for an examination or treatment, you are welcome to call one of our medical secretaries, who can provide advice and schedule an appointment for you.

Health insurance "danmark"

If you are a member of the health insurance 'danmark,' depending on your personal coverage, you may receive contributions for treatment at aCure.

If you are unsure about the extent of your coverage, you can contact 'danmark.


Consultations and examinations are paid in cash or by debit card at the reception after the visit to the specialist doctor or other treatments.

Surgeries are paid in advance, no later than five days before the day of the surgery.

Payment can be made by debit card or via bank transfer. aCure is connected to the patient insurance system, and our prices therefore include a mandatory patient insurance fee of 6%.

Insured patient

If you have health insurance, you can receive prompt examination and treatment at aCure by agreement with your insurance company. aCure collaborates with most insurance companies, providing you with the opportunity for swift treatment by our highly qualified specialist doctors.

Public patient

As a patient in the public healthcare system, you have the right to prompt examination and an extended free choice of hospitals.

You can exercise the right to prompt examination
 - if the waiting time for examination exceeds 30 days.

You can use the extended free choice of hospitals
 - if your primary care doctor needs a diagnostic examination, such as an X-ray or a scan, and simultaneously has referred you to a public hospital where the waiting time is longer than 30 days
 - if the waiting time for your planned treatment is longer than 30 days
 - if your surgery date is changed, regardless of how long the delay is.

aCure has agreements with the Danish Regions, which means that you can be referred to us if the public healthcare system cannot meet the waiting time guarantee.

Patient Office

If you want to be referred to aCure, you should contact the patient guide at the hospital where you are in line.

For answers to general questions and information about your options to use the extended free hospital choice, it is best to contact the patient guide in your home region, the patient guide in our industry organization, or visit the website.

Region of Southern Denmark

Patient Office, Damhaven 12, 7100 Vejle
Open: Workdays between 9 - 12 
Phone: 76 63 14 90

North Denmark Region

Patient Office, Niels Bohrs Vej 30, Postboks 8300, 9220 Aalborg 
Phone: 97 64 80 10

Region Zealand

Patient Office, Alléen 15, 4180 Sorø
Phone: 70 15 50 01

Region Zealnad

Regionsgården, Kongens Vænge 2, 3400 Hillerød
Phone: 48 20 57 17

Patient guide in the industry organization

Rie Rasmussen, Health Denmark, Association of Danish Healthcare Companies.

Contact info

Jægersborgvej 64-66, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Phone: +45 73 70 67 01

Opening hours:

Monday - Friday: 8:00-15:30
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