Haukeland University Hospital has many laboratories, and you will find most of them in Laboratoriebygget (The The Laboratory-building). Laboratoriebygget is the hospitals second largest building, located right behind The main hospital building.
Parking facilities at Haukeland are divided into separate zones in and around the hospital grounds.Parking spaces are very limited, however. Out of consideration for those who need to travel to the hospital using their own car, we strongly urge those who are able to do so to use public transport.
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There is a pharmacy in the foyer of the main hospital building (Sentralblokka). This is a public pharmacy operated by Sjukehusapoteka Vest.
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Patients waiting for transport may do so in a designated waiting area in the foyer in the main hospital building (Sentralblokka). The waiting area is designed to make the wait as comfortable as possible for both patients and next-of-kin.Opening hoursStaffed waiting area Monday to Friday: 08:15–17:00Telephone: 05515The waiting area offers reclining chairs, coffee tables with seats, magazines and coffee.In the daytime the waiting area is staffed by two transport planners from the Department of Patient Travel. The transport planners are not medically trained but can assist you if there are any changes to your planned travel.
Patients travelling by air may contact the hosts in the waiting area, who will help organise an airport transfer.In special circumstances the waiting area may be unmanned for limited periods during opening hours.
We are happy to offer free wireless internet access to patients and visitors.
To access the WiFi service, connect to the gjest.ihelse.net network. Open your browser, to get access to username and password.New usersFor first-time usage, access your Web Browser to register your relevant details to receive a username and password via your registered mobile number, with immediate access available upon completing registration. Each session will expire after 31 days.
Please note that signal strength may be weaker in certain parts of the hospital and during peak usage periods.