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According to a survey, half of the current healthcare centres could be closed in Finland by 2025

A service network survey of the social and healthcare services offered by private and public service providers in Central Finland were presented to social and healthcare directors from Central Finland.

According to the survey, as many as half of all healthcare centres could be closed in Finland by 2025, practically without reducing the availability of the services. The survey estimates that 13 healthcare centres will be closed and 22 centres will remain in Central Finland.

The Palveluverkko 2025 (Service network 2025) survey assessed the geographic availability of basic and special social and healthcare services and any regional changes needed in the service network by 2025. The changes were proportional to population growth and the age structure. The survey was ordered by the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra and conducted by the Geography Research Unit of the University of Oulu.

More information

Director of Social and Health Services, City of Jyväskylä, Ms. Kati Kallimo, phone +358 14 266 3001
Development Director, City of Jyväskylä, Ms. Silja Ässämäki, phone +358 14 3366803
Director, Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra, Mr. Antti Kivelä, Sitra, phone +358 40 482 7435

3.11.2016Satu Heikkinen

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