LHL, the National Association for Heart and Lung Diseases, was founded in 1943, under the name of the Tuberculosis Relief Society.
After revolutionary development over decades, LHL becomes one of the greatest medical groups in Norway which focuses on heart and pulmonary diseases.
The Norwegian Heart and Lung Patient Organisation (LHL), established in 1943, is a major patient organization in Norway. LHL has 50 000 members who have, or have had, a heart or lung disease.
LHL owns several hospitals and rehabilitation clinics and out-patients centres across the country. The new hospital owned and run by LHL is operated from 2018. It is situated close to Oslo International Airport, Gardermoen, easily accessible from the city centre.
The LHL clinics represent world-class knowledge about medical rehabilitation for patients with heart, lung and other chronic diseases. At the LHL Hospital Gardermoen and the other clinics in the Oslo area, LHL is able to welcome patients for examinations and analysis at the most modern facilities available, before going to Skibotn for a rehabilitation stay.
The fact that LHL has centres all over Norway, makes us in an unique position to give great health care services during the trip.