What are the opening hours of the practice?
The practice is open every working day from 9am till 7.30pm.
Are you a new patient looking for a new family doctor?
You are welcome in the practice. What to bring with you? You bring your schedule of all the pills you take (ask your pharmacist if necessary). Tell me what you’re allergic to. I need a written list from you of all the illnesses you have or have had, of all operations and of all the accidents that you have had. Possibly also the letter of discharge from your last hospital admission. Keep in mind that home visits are reserved for people who live nearby.
How to make an appointment?
Via the red button at the bottom of your screen. Choose 1 person for appointment and then you can see the agenda. You can opt for a PHYSICAL consultation in practice, or a TELE consultation where you will be called back. Afterwards you must fill in a registration form. Do not forget to put the check mark. If you have a fever, cough or sneeze, sore throat or cold, or diarrhea, you must book a TELE consultation. Exception: babies, toddlers or preschoolers with a fever are allowed to come to a PHYSICAL consultation without first booking a TELE consultation.
Is there also consultation without appointment?
On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 12 noon and 12:30 pm. If there are already 3 people in the waiting room, you can wait outside or in your car or come back later. Again, in case of fever, cough, sore throat or cold and older than 6 years, you do not come for free consultation.
When can the doctor be reached by telephone?
I am not always available by phone. You can always book a TELE consultation to be called back to ask your question. For life-threatening matters, you can call 112 yourself or the on-call service on 1733.
In order to give my attention to the patient I am working on, I urge you NOT to call to make an appointment: you book it online yourself or you come to the free consultation. You also do not call for a blood result or an RX result. I will call you for this myself.