Our practice is open every weekday from 08.00 am untill 05.00 pm.
A regular appointment takes 10 minutes. If you need more time, for example if you have more questions or in case of small surgery, please inform the assistant. She will than reserve more time for your appointment. Please try to keep phone calls with the assistant as short as possible, so the general practice stays accessible for everybody. Before you call to make an appointment, take into consideration what day and time you can visit our practice.
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If you are visiting Utrecht or you have an International Insurance and want to make an appointment with the GP, you have to pay € 31,15 directly at the practice counter. We prefer you pay with card or else in the exact amount.
Home visits are specially meant for people who can’t make it to the practice due to physical reasons. If you are sick, handicapped or have difficulty walking, the doctor will visit you at home. You have to request a home visit between 08.00 – 09.30 am, the assistant will schedule the visit.
We always prefer our patients to visit the practice, since we have better equipment and options to examine and treat you there. If you can, please visit the practice instead of requesting a home visit.
- Sanneke Molthof | Wed
- Maike van de Ven | Mo-midday every two weeks
- Sanne Hillebrand | Mo, Thu-midday, Fri
- Tom van der Lee | Tue, Thu
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Consultation by phone
If you would like to discuss a problem with one of our general practitioners by telephone, please call between 08.00 – 09.30 am. The doctor will call you back later that day (usually between 10.00 am and 02.00 pm).
If you think you have a urinary infection you can let the assistant check your urine. Hand over a sample of your first ‘midstream morning urine’ before 09.30 am. Midstream urine means that with the first morning urine you collect the mid part; first urinate a little bit to get rid of bacteria, then you collect your urine. Keep it in the refrigerator until you bring it to the practice.