The Department of Environmental Health Protection is responsible for food control, household water control, swimming water control, supervision of sale of tobacco products, supervision of compliance with smoking prohibitions and restrictions, official supervision of indoor air problems and other areas of environmental health protection.
You are kindly asked to contact health inspectors:
Please contact us primarily by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ship Sanitation Certificates
The Department of Environmental Health Protection is the Port Health Authority in Rauma town. The Department issues Ship Sanitation Certificates (SSC) in the Port of Rauma. Please contact us by e-mail email@example.com if you have any questions on ship inspections and ship sanitation certificates.
Inspections for SSC issuance are only carried out on business days from 8.00 am to 17.00 pm (local time). Advance request is required, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please attach a copy of your previous SSC and Maritime Declaration of Health to the request.
We kindly ask to make the request for Ship Sanitation Inspection at least two working days before the desired inspection time.
The Department of Environmental Health Protection is responsible for organizing municipal veterinary services in Rauma. There are two municipal veterinary clinics in Rauma:
Kentäntie 2, 26510 Rauma
Karoliina Hämäläinen +358 40 180 9840
Minna Laeslahti +358 44 707 2452
Lensunkatu 9, 26100 Rauma
Paula Toura +358 44 707 2947
Telephone service time for booking appointments and making inquiries is in the mornings Monday-Friday at 8.00-9.00. We kindly ask our clients to contact our veterinarians at other times only in urgent matters.
Veterinary Emergency Services
Veterinary Emergency Services are meant for urgent emergency situations that cannot wait for the next working day. The area of Veterinary Emergency Services covers , in addition to Rauma, the municipalities of Eura, Huittinen, Kokemäki and Säkylä.
The service is active only outside office hours (workdays 15.00 pm – 8.00 am, weekends and holidays). During the office hours, please contact Veterinary Services.
You can reach the veterinary on call from the number +358 600 303 039. The phone call is automatically put through to the veterinarian on call.
There is an extra service charge for calling the Veterinary Emergency Services. Prices for the call:
The Veterinary Emergency Service provides the patient only first aid-type of veterinary care. You may be asked to contact a veterinarian again on the next working day for further treatment or follow-up.
If you suspect that an animal is cared for, treated or used in a way that violates the Animal Welfare Act, please notify this to the municipal supervising veterinarian.
Supervising veterinarian Tia Kotilainen, 044 403 2949
You are not able to make animal welfare notification anonymously. If requested, the name could be left untold to the owner or holder of the animal.
You are able to make an animal welfare notification also to other municipal veterinarians, preferably in the week days at telephone service time 8.00-9.00 am.