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Venereal Diseases Outpatient Clinic

Fill in enquiry form for suspicion of venereal disease

Omaolo's logo, which will take you to the enquiry form for suspicion of venereal disease.

Contact information

Note. Venereal Diseases Outpatient Clinic is closed from 4 to 31 July 2022. During that time testing through the Omaolo service.

Street address

Tyks Main hospital
Building 8, 2nd floor

Kiinamyllynkatu 4–8, Turku

Postal address

PO Box 52, 20521 Turku​


02 313 2635

Venereal Diseases Outpatient Clinic

We treat and study residents of our hospital district who suspect that they have contracted a venereal disease or who are referred to our outpatient clinic by a doctor.

Before seeking treatment

We admit patients only via's enquiry form for suspicion of venereal disease, through our telephone service or with doctor's referral. Queueing by queue numbers is no longer possible.

Your own health care centre is the primary place to test for venereal diseases if you are symptom free.

Do you suspect you have contracted a venereal disease?

Assess the possibility of a venereal disease infection and your need for treatment by filling in an enquiry form for suspicion of venereal disease at digital service.

You will get an action recommendation and local instructions for your situation through the Omaolo service.

If necessary, you can contact a healthcare professional through the service to get more detailed instructions and, for example, a referral to the laboratory.

You can also call us

Telephone hours

Mon–Thu from 1 pm to 3 pm

Fri from 1 pm to 2 pm

Telephone: 02 313 2635

Customer fees

Venereal examination and treatment is usually free for the patient. There is always an outpatient fee (€41,20) for the follow-up treatment of condyloma previously diagnosed within the Tyks' Venereal Diseases Outpatient Clinic.

People in charge:

Head of division Leena Koulu, tel. 02 313 1624
Head nurse Mari Hörkkö, tel. 050 591 1249 / 02 313 2624

We are a part of the Tyks operational division of Medicine.

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