The merger between Diacor and Terveystalo as from June 1, 2017: the occupational health care services remain the same as now, the name of the service provider will change

The occupational health care services and practicalities remain the same as now after the merger between Diacor and Terveystalo June 1, 2017.

Also the health care centres and Aalto doctors and nurses remain the same after the merger.

Occupational healthcare appointments are taken care of at the same clinics as before: there is a designated health centre for each campus, and employees should primarily use the health centre designated for their campus. The name of the health centres will be Terveystalo in June 2017:

  • Otaniemi: Diacor Otaniemi --> Terveystalo Aalto-yliopiston työterveys, add. Metallimiehenkuja 2 and Diacor Tapiola --> Terveystalo Tapiola add. Länsituuli 7
  • Töölö: Diacor keskusta --> Terveystalo Keskusta, add. Keskuskatu 7
  • Arabia: Diacor Alppikatu --> Terveystalo Alppikatu, add. Alppikatu 2 B.

After the merger in acute cases, you may use the nearest Terveystalo health centre.

As usual the occupational health services are available from Monday to Friday according to the opening hours of the health centre designated for campus, however not later than 9 pm. The services are not available after 9 pm, weekends nor midweek holidays. Also in acute cases occupational health care services are available from Monday to Friday according to the opening hours of health centre, however not later than 9 pm.

Appointments are booked in the same way as before. Diacor’s appointment booking service is available by May 31 at and can also be reached by calling 09 7750 800 Monday to Friday between 7 am and 7 pm, Fridays between 7 am and 6 pm and on weekends between 8 am and 4 pm.

As from June 1 appointments are booked by phone 030 6000 or at

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