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Eye Center of Excellence

In September 2020, St. Erik Eye Hospital moved to new premises. Relocating to the rapidly growing life science area in Hagastaden will give us even greater opportunities to provide our patients with Sweden’s best ophthalmology care.

A tall building with a glass facade.
On 27 September, St. Erik Eye Hospital will be relocating to Eugeniavägen 12 in Hagastaden, on the border between Stockholm and Solna. Photo: White Arkitekter
The proximity to Karolinska University Hospital and Karolinska Institutet will contribute to a more extensive exchange of knowledge and resources within healthcare, research and education.

Our vision is to create an Eye Centre of Excellence in Hagastaden in order to stimulate care, research and development within the field of ophthalmology. This can be accomplished by a close collaboration with other players within the fields of healthcare, academia and business.

The new premises were designed in close cooperation between the contractor and the eye hospital. The mutual aim was to create customised premises to better accommodate present and future patient needs and work procedures.

One older versus a modern medical examination room.
St. Erik’s former examination rooms are not adapted to modern ophthalmology. The new premises will provide customised examination rooms. Photo: St. Erik Eye Hospital
About the relocation of St. Erik Eye Hospital:
  • At the end of September 2020, St. Erik Eye Hospital will move to a newly built property at Eugeniavägen 12 in Hagastaden, Solna.
  • The hospital will be located opposite to Karolinska University Hospital, Solna.
  • Until mid-September, all operations will continue as usual on Kungsholmen in Stockholm. After that, patient services are slightly scaled-down for a short period during the relocation period.
  • As of 27 September, St. Erik Eye Hospital will open all operations and services at the new address Eugeniavägen 12 in Solna.